Our Doctors & Practitioners

Dr Amelia Stephens

Dr Amelia Stephens

Dr Amelia Stephens completed her medical degree at the University of Queensland in 2011 and a Bachelor of Science degree prior with majors in Biomedical Science and Physiology in 2007.  Amelia completed her specialist General Practice training in 2016, and is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
She also completed the RACGP Future Leaders program in 2018, in light of her motivation and constant engagement within the GP community.

Last year she underwent mentorship with Dr Catherine Bartholomew and Dr Karen Robinson, as well as completing the Foundational Modules with ACNEM. Dr Amelia is looking forward to learning more, progressing towards ACNEM Fellowship qualification and providing excellent patient care.

She has a keen interest in Integrative Medicine and preventive health, working with people of all ages to assist with their health concerns.

The services Dr Amelia offers as a General Practitioner include: In depth Nutritional and functional medicine assessment testing and treatment, Gut Health, Hormone balancing, Chronic disease support, Behaviour change management, Support with self-care strategies, Food allergy and intolerance management.

Dr Karen Robinson

Dr Karen Robinson

The experience of connecting with individual patients during her hospital training is what led Dr Karen Robinson to pursue a profession in General Practice. In 2012 she completed the primary course with the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (ACNEM) that immediately changed her approach to the practice of medicine.

After completing a science degree that allowed her to recognise an interest in the medical sciences, Dr Karen pursued a degree in medicine; she graduated from the University of Queensland in 2000. Her hospital years were spent at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and The Prince Charles and Hervey Bay Hospitals. Six months training in paediatrics at the Royal Children’s Hospital was the start of her career in General Practice.

2012 saw Dr Karen’s first introduction to functional and nutritional medicine, and it has been the foundation of her practice since. Grounded in the fundamental sciences of nutrition, physiology and biochemistry, Nutritional and Integrative medicine resonated with Dr Karen. Focusing on the core areas of endocrine and hormone health (including thyroid, adrenals and sex hormones), Gut health, Mental health (Biobalance and Neurotransmitter testing), and the fundamentals of diet and basic nutritional requirements, Dr Karen continues to train in this ever-changing field.

Dr Catherine Bartholomew

Dr Catherine Bartholomew

Dr. Bartholomew is a General Practitioner with a special interest in nutritional and environmental medicine. 

She obtained her medical degree through the University of Queensland in 1987 and completed her General Practice training.  In 1997 she became interested in nutritional medicine and undertook studies through the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine, going on to complete a Fellowship with them.

Her major interests are Natural hormone replacement therapy, Thyroid disease, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia, Adrenal dysfunction and Anxiety and Depression.

Dr. Bartholomew takes into account the person as a whole (body, mind and spirit) and makes use of all appropriate therapies both conventional and complementary.

Dr Helen Broom

Dr. Helen Broom had a variety of occupations before studying medicine. She graduated from the University of Queensland in 1993.

Dr. Broom practices integrative medicine, combining western medical training with her nutritional and environmental knowledge.

Dr. Broom believes that our state of health is dynamic, and dependent on the balance/imbalances in our lifestyle and environment, including our relationship with our self and others.

She prefers to practice holistically, and sees her role as that of a health coach, guiding you through different perspectives and options.

Special interests include: hormone balancing, thyroid and adrenal issues, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, digestive issues, skin. 

Dr Ebby Patel

Dr Ebby Patel

Dr Ebrahim Patel is a GP with many years of medical experience. He qualified as a doctor in 1986 and worked in rural Queensland for several years before relocating to Brisbane.

Dr. Ebby’s main interests are Thyroid disorders, Adrenal disorders, Autoimmune diseases, Natural hormone replacement therapy, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Weight management, Diabetes & Reproductive health.

Dr Ebby is registered with the Special Access Scheme (SAS) to prescribe Medicinal Cannabis within our My Releaf Clinic.

Dr Sujoy Roychowdhury

Dr Sujoy Roychowdhury is an Australian trained doctor who has a passion for holistic medicine, using a multidisiplinary approach to complex and chronic illnesses.  He has clinical experience working in multiple regional and metropolitan centres across Australia.  He has treated patients from multiple social and cultural backgrounds.  He has an academic and clinical interest in new therapies while maintaining the framework in evidence based medicine.

Dr Roychowdhury is available to consult with you and will liaise with your current practitioners to ensure that you receive adequate, safe clinical care and support during your treatment.

Des Harp

Des Harp

Education: Bachelor of Pharmacy, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane (2008) (Hons). Bachelor of Chemistry, Curtin University of Technology, Perth WA (2000). Qualified Chef, Certification of Nutrition, Primary training ACNEM

Des is the owner of My Life My Health | Medical | Compounding | My Keto Hub| My Keto Clinic and was drawn to compounding from his previous careers as a chef and industrial chemist where formulating plays a big role in both food science and pharmaceutics to obtain the highest quality product.  Des’ professional interests are in the areas of functional medicine and its relationship to good health through balancing hormones, improving liver detoxification and the newly emerging area of nutrigenomics. He is interested in how specific supplements can improve a persons biochemistry. Des attends regular conferences both nationally and internationally that focus on the latest evidence supporting Integrative Nutritional Metabolic Medicine and he is also active in the Integrative Medicine community.

He is passionate about educating people on the importance of incorporating proper diet, lifestyle and appropriate nutrient supplementation as part of overall health.

Are you looking for a change or a change in the way you are treating your patients?

Are you looking for a change or a change in the way you are treating your patients?

We are an Integrative and Metabolic Medical Practice seeking to share and grow our expanding patient base with a like-minded General Practitioner. You can work 1-5 days a week in our centrally located rooms where you will experience a warm, friendly working environment with a team approach to patient care.

We recognise the critical role the practitioner-patient relationship plays in a patient’s overall healthcare experience taking into account the many interrelated physical and nonphysical factors that affect health, wellness and disease.

Our Focus is on improving body functioning by using scientific methods of Clinical Nutrition, based on molecular biology and supported by published medical studies, to combine natural medicine and nutrition with conventional medical science, in order to analyse and correct the causes of these imbalances.

Come and be part of our growing team of Doctors, Compounding Pharmacist, Nutritionist, Health Coach, Receptionist, Technician support staff, Chef and Barista to share in our “Group Knowledge Base” for supported treatment care of Our Patients.

Interested? Give us a call or email.