Beth Bundy is a Melbourne based naturopath with a strong focus on the interplay of the thyroid, adrenals and sex organs.
In this interview, she reveals the benefits of functional pathology as an objective measurement to show patient benefits of treatment over time. Beth takes our listeners through the differences in functional testing as opposed to standard pathology testing, and shows the practitioner some of the commonly useful tests to determine or confirm clinical suspicions of what's going on inside the patient's body.
Beth Bundy is a qualified Naturopath with over 15 years specialising in integrative and functional medicine. She plays a role in the clinical training programs and educational initiatives to offer the most advanced clinical tools available to prevent and treat the underlying causes of disease. Beth obtained her Bachelor of Health Science at the Southern School of Natural Therapies and lectured in both Nutrition and Food as Medicine for several years at the Australian College of Natural Medicine (now Endeavour College). She has worked as Technical and Practitioner Consultant with one of Australia’s top functional pathology companies where she was mentor here and overseas by some of integrative and anti-ageing medicines foremost speakers. She has operated her own business and currently also works in a busy and highly successful integrative medical practice which specialises in adrenal and hormonal issues, along with weight management and heavy metal detoxification, with a strong emphasis on functional pathology to assist clinical treatment.
Additionally, she is a Clinical Consultant at NutriPATH Integrative Pathology Services. Beth provides friendly and expert clinical training and support to assist practitioners in choosing the most appropriate test profiles, interpreting test results, and offering guidance on treatment approaches.
For more information on Functional Pathology, please visit NutriPATH Integrative Pathology Services.