Dr Lyn Tendek is an experienced Medical Practitioner who graduated with Honours from the University of New South Wales. She also holds a Diploma of Obstetrics. Lyn is committed to helping her patients achieve wellness. She integrates both traditional and holistic medical practice to assess each patient’s needs, developing specific plans that may include lifestyle recommendations, nutritional supplements and bio- identical hormones. Her areas of expertise include women’s and hormonal health, thyroid disease, adrenal dysfunction, chronic fatigue, weight management, anxiety and depression, and digestive disorders.
Dr Maree Bellamy is an accomplished Medical Practitioner who spear-headed Australia’s introduction to the compounding practises of troches and creams. She is expert in bio-identical hormone therapy. She has also served as director of clinical governance for the Sydney South West Area Health Service, which covers 1.3 million people from Balmain to Bowral. Dr Bellamy has many years of high-level experience in clinical governance and patient safety, and currently works in the Clinical Excellence Commission (NSW) as well as private practice in Elizabeth Bay and now Edgecliff.
Dr Mona Singh is an Integrative General Practitioner who is very passionate about providing holistic and exceptional care to all her patients.
After completing her MBBS degree, she gained experience in several hospital based specialities in the UK. She then decided to pursue a career in General Practice and received her MRCGP, UK. She moved to Sydney in 2013 and is now recognised as a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practice (FRACGP) and is affiliated to A4M (The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine).
Frustrated with a 10 minute consultation model, a ‘telescopic symptoms approach’ and an inability of her traditional medical training to provide answers and treatment options for some of the most common patient complaints, she started researching other avenues. After being introduced to the world of Anti-Ageing and Regenerative Medicine by a colleague, she felt it all come together. Integrative medicine is evidence based and this has led her to comfortably incorporate this approach to her traditional medical one. She believes that optimising health is not always about taking a prescription pill but can be helped by making small, gradual lifestyle changes and utilising everyday available natural resources.
Dr Singh’s main interests lie in managing women’s health, thyroid, adrenal and other hormonal imbalances.