Meet Amy Angus

Clinical Naturopath at Brisbane Livewell Clinic

Amy is a clinical naturopath placing special emphasis on the management and treatment of female reproductive conditions, specifically; endometriosis, PMS and PCOS.

Amy Angus - Naturopath - Brisbane Livewell Clinic


In Amy's Experience...

Despite having areas of special interest, her approach all areas of health with the same sense of diligence and intent in order to elicit positive health outcomes. Amy's primary goal for all of my consultations is to provide guidance on effective methods to manage and maximise one’s personal health, to treat the cause of illness, to treat the associated symptoms, and to detect early indicators of ill health.

Amy's Approach

Her approach demands continuous research into the latest in traditional evidence-based medicine and other scientific research to ensure a holistic and patient-centred approach and positive health outcomes.

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How Amy approaches her patients

Every client of her will receive a personalised treatment plan that best suits the client in accordance with my multi-modality evidence-based approach. Typically, a plan includes treatment goals, an individualised prescription as well dietary and lifestyle advice to further alleviate symptoms and aid in the healing process.

What is Amy Angus's Training?

Amy has studied these past few years and she has knowledge to share. She is trained in the following therapies:

  • Naturopath: Bachelor of Health Science (Naturopathy)
  • Advanced Diploma in Naturopathy
  • Accredited member of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society (ATMS)

Who (and What) Does Amy Angus Treat?

Amy's desire is to help women with hormonal disturbances stems from my own experience. In 2017, Amy struggled with stage 4 endometriosis. Her primary symptoms included severe dysmenorrhea, acne, and fatigue. Since then, she have worked hard researching, evaluating, and broadening her understanding of the topic. Amy have evaluated numerous nutritional and herbal formulas, including surprisingly effective new remedies, and found relief.

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What Patients Think of Amy Angus...

‘R’ has been seeing me for over 1-year now. She initially came into the clinic with severe gastrointestinal upset, and she felt “unheard” by previous practitioners. We wasted no time in figuring out the exact cause of her complaint by immediately conducting functional pathology (gut testing). After creating a treatment plan in accordance with the test results, ‘R’ felt immediately better. We have had some phases of relapse however none have been as severe as her initial presentation. She expressed her gratitude for my assistance in a recent email: “I'm just so so happy with how things are going, and I feel like I’m getting my life back! I would really like to thank you, if it weren't for you, I don't know what would have happened so thank you so so much”.

‘S’ recently visited the clinic with symptoms of endometriosis. Her primary symptoms are very heavy and painful periods. After only 1-month of treatment she reported that her first period on the treatment protocol was “overall better”, and she no longer requires regular intake of NSAIDs to relieve the pain. I will continue to work with her to ensure her symptoms continue to reduce and her overall health improves."

“N”, age 12, presented to the clinic with period abnormalities including dysmenorrhea, PMS, and associated anxiety. After focusing on gut health, restoring macro and micro-nutrient deficiencies, and making some small dietary adjustments, she returned for her follow-up appointment with positive feedback. “N” reported that she is feeling much better overall, had fewer symptoms of PMS, less period pain, fewer symptoms of digestive upset, and more energy! By investigating further and determining the cause of her presenting complaint, in this case; gut dysbiosis and nutritional deficiencies, we were able to implement a simple treatment protocol that has quickly proven effective."

Overcome Reproductive Conditions, specifically; Endometriosis, PMS and PCOS

Last Updated on 25 March 2024 by Brisbane Livewell Clinic