Amy Angus ND

Amy Angus has a special interest as a naturopath for women's hormone issue



Amy graduated with a Bachelor of Health Science (Naturopathy) in 2019. As a Clinical Naturopath, she applies the latest in traditional evidence-based medicine and scientific research to ensure a holistic and patient-centered approach.

Amy is passionate about treating a wide range of conditions and places a special emphasis on women's health and well-being. In particular the management and treatment of reproductive disorders, including conditions such as endometriosis, PCOS, and PMS. Amy aims to help women understand and care for their body naturally, to assist them in becoming aware of hormone-related conditions, and how to better manage them.

Her passion for helping women stems from personal experience, coming to fruition after being diagnosed with endometriosis in 2017. Amy has since worked hard to control the condition by broadening her understanding of the topic and staying up to date with new research about the condition and those alike, resulting in a dramatic reduction in her own symptom's.

“I now have the knowledge to share, and I wish to help as many women as possible who are suffering from similar conditions."

Amy is also passionate about promoting healthy lifestyle choices and the elimination of habits that harm rather than heal. A subject she is particularly fond of is the promotion of organic foods and non-toxic lifestyle choices, as far as possible. This requires awareness and education. Amy aims to educate and encourage people to return to more traditional less toxic lifestyle choices.

Although Amy has areas of special interest, she approaches all areas with the same diligence, that is, to apply the latest in evidence-based medicine to ensure a holistic and patient-centred approach. Amy wishes for all of her clients to live healthy, happy, balanced, and vibrant lives.

Amy utilises functional testing regularly to develop an individualised treatment approach for each client to successfully achieve long-term positive change.

Amy continues to maintain her professional development as a clinical naturopath by regularly attending seminars and webinars.

Amy is available on the following days and times:

      • Thursdays 3:00 - 7:00pm (Graceville and Online)
      • Saturdays 9:00am - 1:00pm (Graceville and Online)

To make an appointment with Amy call reception on 07 3075 7090 or book online.