About

In her practice of over 15 years, Susan Lohmeyer applies wisdom and practical know-how

Hello, I am Sue Lohmeyer. My practice is about treating each person on an individual basis rather than accepting 'normal' symptoms on face value.

I question, make connections and demand the use of ‘common sense’ to combine:

  • study
  • on-going professional development with member association colleagues and allied practitioners
  • life experience and
  • playing/coaching/mentoring sport (as I have done for over 35 years).


Qualifications

  • Diploma of Herbal Medicine at the Dorothy Hall School of Herbal Medicine
  • Member of ATMS (Australian Traditional Medicine Society)

I studied Herbal Medicine under Dorothy Hall, a renowned Australian authority and author of Herbal Medicine, Iridology, Nutrition and Bach Flower Remedies.

Experience and practice

After graduating, I initially established the Westbourne Park clinic, and has since expanded the Practice. I also consult at Evolve Chiropractic and Wellbeing Clinic in Walkley Heights on a regular basis.

Much of my experience has run concurrently with parenting three sons to adulthood, maintaining a long term marriage and a life-long association with the sport of hockey.

Being part of a successful sports team naturally involves a wide variety of personalities, sickness, injuries and conflicts within a variety of ages and abilities, both male and female. I have coached nearly everything in hockey from modified rules for beginners through to state level.

Through this sporting outlet, I've developed a unique ‘Sports Pack’ that supplements the traditional First Aid Kit, being especially effective for cuts, bruises, aches, pains and shock.

The Sue Lohmeyer approach to renewed health as a natural health mentor

For good health, a person’s mind, body and soul need to be in balance and in good working order. The body is under more duress than ever before, with ever increasing levels of stress that arise from the pressure of relationships, from environmental factors (including air, soil, water and food) and from pharmaceutical medicines.

The natural use of plants as medicine is as relevant in today’s society as it has ever been. By treating the cause of health problems there are positive long term outcomes without unnecessary side effects.

I encourage everyone to take responsibility for their health and well-being, offering information, guidance and support in this journey.

Prevention has to be the key – a healthy body does not get sick or have disease.I offer a commonsense approach to health, which includes evaluating your individual levels of:

  • Nutrition
  • Exercise
  • Fresh air, water and sunshine
  • Sleep and relaxation
  • Mental and emotional – stress levels
  • Healthy relationships.

This is all offered through one-on-one consultation or, if preferred, small groups.