Dr Lyn Tendek

Dr Lyn Tendek, MBBS (Hons) is a general practitioner who has a passion for integrative medicine and is committed to helping her patients achieve wellness. Having an extensive background in women’s health and obtaining a diploma in obstetrics and gynaecology, Lyn undertook further training with ACNEM (Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine) and Bio-balance Health, giving her a comprehensive grounding in the growing field of integrative medicine.

She integrates the best of both conventional and evidence based complementary medicine for a truly holistic approach. With a focus on addressing the causes of illness and the impact of lifestyle on well being, she works with the individual to develop a personalised program that may include lifestyle recommendations involving sleep, diet modification and stress management, nutrient and herbal supplements and bio-identical hormones.

Dr Tendek’s areas of interest include:

  • Women’s health
  • Men’s health
  • Menopause
  • Bio-identical hormones
  • Thyroid disease
  • Chronic fatigue/fibromyalgia
  • Emotional and mental health
  • Digestive disorders and gut health
  • Autoimmune disorders
  • Weight management

Lyn believes that integrative medicine has a unique role in both prevention of illness and restoration to well being and recognises the body’s own ability to heal itself provided the cornerstone lifestyle factors are addressed- diet, exercise, sleep, stress and purpose.

It is the integrative practitioner’s challenge and privilege to partner with the patient in their journey to healing, health and wellness.

Dr Nabilah Islam

Dr Nabilah Islam is a general practitioner (FRACGP) who completed her MBBS with Honours from the University of Western Australia. She also holds a Diploma of Child Health (DCH, Children’s Hospital at Westmead).

She is passionate about integrative medicine and treating patients holistically.

She has undertaken Bio-Balance training and finished the Primary certification of ACNEM. She is currently working towards attaining her Fellowship at ACNEM (Australian College of Nutritional and Environmental medicine).

She has found through her training in integrative medicine that she can provide patients with a new perspective on the cause of their ill health and strategies to treat this.

Her approach is to start with a detailed assessment of a patient’s nutrition and lifestyle and its impact on their health.

Following this,the patient may be referred to undertake investigations to further assess their digestive function, hormone imbalances and /or nutrient deficiencies depending on their needs.

Her approach to management involves various strategies including dietary interventions, nutrient and herbal therapies as well as bio-identical hormones. She takes care to create management plans that are individualised to each patient’s needs.

Her special interests are women’s health, mental health and digestive health.