Jamie walsh
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Jamie Walsh is a women's health naturopath with a special interest in helping women with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) manage their symptoms, regulate their cycles and enhance their fertility naturally.

She also helps women make a smooth transition from hormonal birth control to a healthy, natural cycle, and for those with PMS, pelvic pain and other hormonal symptoms to find relief

Jamie is dedicated to helping women take back control of their hormones by finding and resolving the root cause of their symptoms, so they can have peace of mind that their bodies are working the way they should be.

Philosophy

Today, women are more educated about their cycles and their bodies than they ever have been. Many are no longer satisfied with a one-size-fits all approach that masks their symptoms, rather than getting to the core of the issue and restoring health. 

Jamie believes that "one of the most valuable things you can do for your health is to form a partnership with a practitioner whose values align with yours; who can walk the path with you, support you, educate you and keep you accountable until you reach your health goals." 

"You deserve to be in the driver's seat of your treatment, because no one knows your body better than you do."

What makes her special

"My mission is to help women be empowered to play an active role in their healthcare, to have power and agency over themselves and their bodies to help them find relief from hormonal symptoms naturally."

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Education

Bachelor of Health Science (Naturopathy)

Approach

Jamie helps clients to cultivate an understanding of their hormones and menstrual cycles, develop a connection with their body and resolve hormonal symptoms by addressing the underlying cause naturally.

Fun facts

"I love art! I spent a year in Berlin studying art history in my 20's and worked in a public art gallery for 8 years up until I became a naturopath."

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