About Sydney Natural Health Clinic and Lauretta Schembri (BHSc Nat.)

Sydney Natural Health Clinic was founded by Lauretta Schembri in January of 2021. We are striving to be the primary clinic of Western Sydney.

We are located at 79 Mimosa Rd, Bossley Park NSW 2176, at Bossley Park Medical Practice.

Pensioners discount on the consult cost is available: 1 hour initial consult for $100, 30 minute follow-up for $50.

Refer a friend and both receive 10% off of your first/next consult costs. Terms and conditions: This discount is not available with other offers. If you are a new client referring another new client, you both shall receive 10% off your initial consult cost only. If you are a returning client and you refer a new client, you receive 10% off your return consult cost only, and your referred client will receive 10% off their initial consult cost only.

We provide service to the following suburbs: Cecil Hills, Elizabeth Hills, Bonnyrigg, Bonnyrigg Heights, Abbotsbury, Green Valley, Middleton Grange, Wetherill Park, Hinchinbrook, Busby, Liverpool, Edensor Park, Greenfield Park, Cartwright, Hoxton Park, West Hoxton, Kemps Creek, Mount Vernon, Horningsea Park, Austral, Rossmore, Bringelly, Leppington, Catherine Field, Lurnea, Smithfield, Fairfield, Cabramatta, Mount Pritchard, St Johns Park, Canley Heights, Wakeley, Bossley Park, Prairiewood, Warwick Farm, Prestons, Casula, Edmondson Park, Denham Court, and beyond.

About Lauretta Schembri (BHSc Nat.)

Lauretta has a Bachelor of Health Science in Naturopathy from Torrens University Australia (formerly ACNT) and is a member of the Australian Natural Therapists Association (ANTA) 28031.

 

"I am fortunate to have been introduced to complementary medicine at a young age.  I was drawn to studying naturopathy due to my curiosity about how to manage my own health conditions, and how to help my family manage theirs. Learning how to repair the root-cause of an issue — rather than merely treat the symptoms of it — opened my eyes to the power of medicine and inspired me to share this with others."

"I respect and acknowledge the significance of Western medicine in my life and the lives of my clients, and I am fortunate to work alongside it to strive towards greater health."

"I feel a sense of duty to share my knowledge and experiences with my community. My role as a naturopath is to provide a gentle, safe, and comforting space for my clients, and to work together with them to uncover the underlying factors of their health condition/s, and to take into consideration every aspect of their life. Through this, an individualised treatment plan can be made that is achievable and results-driven for everyone. My model of healthcare is to treat the person, not just manage their disease."

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