Emily Bradley is a highly trained naturopath with over 17 years clinical experience and a caring and practical approach towards treatment. Using nutritional and herbal medicine, in conjunction with dietary and lifestyle guidance, Emily will work with you to reach good health with long term well-being the ultimate goal.
As well as practising Naturopathy, Emily lecturers in clinical nutrition and supervises in the student clinic at both the Endeavour College of Natural Medicine and the Southern School of Natural Therapies. Emily has also contributed to academic text books in naturopathy and complementary medicine including Herbs and Natural Supplements by Braun & Cohen (3rd and 4th editions) and Clinical Naturopathic Medicine by Leah Hetchman. Emily is an expert advisor in complementary medicine for Prevention magazine.
As well as a Bachelor in Health Science (Naturopathy) from Melbourne’s Southern School of Natural Therapies, Emily has also completed a Masters in Nutritional Medicine at RMIT.