Connie is extremely thorough in obtaining her client's background information to diagnose and follow up. I admire the fact that she keeps her plans simple, relevant and realistic and does not over prescribe.

I recently took my 84 year old mother for a consultation with Connie. Mum has not had much to do with complimentary therapies, but was very impressed
with Connie's approach, professionalism and plan which still incorporated
mum's prescription medicine.

Connie's support and follow up is exceptional and I would thoroughly
recommend her services.

About Connie Page, Medical Herbalist, Kinesiologist

Connie Page medical herbalist

Dip. Phyt. MNHAA

Born and educated in Germany, Connie studied French in the south of France and spent many years travelling around the world before she settled in the UK to study Herbal Medicine.

She gained her Diploma in Phytotherapy (Plant Medicine) in 2000 at the prestigious College of Phytotherapy in East Sussex, UK. Initially Connie practised Herbal Medicine in a busy Inner City Clinic in Edinburgh/Scotland where she also helped set up a Free Clinic for low income earners, pensioners and students. She moved to Australia in 2003 where she runs a busy Clinic in Peregian Beach, specialising in natural infertility treatment and cancer support. Connie has done further studies in Progressive Kinesiology, graduating with a Diploma in 2012, and Aromatic Medicine, graduating with an Advanced Diploma in 2013. She is a registered and insured member of the National Herbalist Association of Australia (NHAA), which also entitles her to offer private health refunds.

Connie lectures at Aminya Natural Therapies Academy on the Sunshine Coast, runs regular workshops and is a popular guest speaker. Recently Connie has set up a FREE CLINIC for Low Income Earners. People with a Pensioner Concession or Low Income Health Care Card are entitled to this service.

She is a great supporter of Integrative Medicine, and strongly encourages a cooperative working relationship between Medical Doctors and Natural Health Practitioners. In her spare time Connie is heavily involved in Cancer Charities and Community Events.

As a Mum of a blended family with five girls aged 20, 18 (twins), 15 and 9, Connie understands the challenges that come with a busy family life, thus uses a realistic and simplistic treatment approach.