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New practitioners at NIIM Sydney – Breeana Xiong, Lynn Joels & Dr Stiofán Mac Suibhne - October 19, 2018

NIIM Sydney recently welcomed Breeana Xiong, Lynn Joels & Dr Stiofán Mac Suibhne. These talented practitioner bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to NIIM Sydney.

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Professor Avni Sali presents at NIIM Sydney - September 13, 2018

Prof Avni Sali, Founder & Director of NIIM – the National Institute of Integrative Medicine​, presented ‘Integrative Medicine – Why is it the best form of Medicine’ on Monday 10th September 2018 together with Integrative Psychologist & Meditation Teacher at NIIM Sydney,​ Avanti Singh.

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Meet Avanti Singh - June 29, 2018

Now practising at NIIM Sydney. Avanti Singh is an Integrative Psychologist who sees people going through anxiety, depression, grief, infertility, illness and a whole host of critical transitional periods in the areas of health, relationships and work.

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NIIM Sydney Now Open! - March 23, 2018

We are excited to announce the opening of Lane Cove’s new Premier Integrative Medical Clinic, NIIM Sydney.

NIIM Sydney Clinic provides the community with access to the best integrative medical care, which combines conventional medicine with evidence based complementary medicine, therapies and lifestyle interventions. The clinic will house integrative medical doctors, allied and complementary health practitioners and the latest innovative therapies all under the one roof.

With a highly experienced team, NIIM Sydney offers the best evidence-based conventional and complementary treatments for chronic and everyday illnesses. Our doctors have furthered their medical training with additional education such as nutritional, environmental, and mind-body medicine, using natural therapies wherever necessary and scientifically proven useful.

The focus of Integrative Medicine is on optimal outcomes in terms of patient satisfaction and wellbeing, as well as long term health improvement, prevention and treatment of disease. It encompasses a ‘whole person’ approach with a supportive and empowering patient-clinician relationship. The integrative model focuses on the cause of illness and is well suited to the care of people with chronic conditions including cancer, heart disease, diabetes and many others.

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