Our friendly and approachable manner helps our patients feel at ease and comfortable. Sessions are private and confidential. We endeavour to address the issues you are experiencing and provide you with a personalised treatment and Herbal Medicine plan. Your medicine is then reviewed and modified at each consultation, so it will change as your health and condition improve and as we get to know your individual needs.
Led by Dr Ruth Brunt, we at Frankston Family Natural Medicine work with you and your body’s needs to help you on your journey to health.
Dr Ruth Brunt
BAppSc(Human biolog), BAppSc(Chinese Medicine)
Dr Ruth Brunt has been studying the art and science of herbal medicine for over 25 years. In 2007 she graduated from RMIT University with a double degree in Applied Science (Human Biology and Chinese Medicine). After graduation, she completed an internship at Jiangsu Provincial Hospital, Nanjing, China.
She has been practicing professionally since 2008. She is a registered Allied Health professional with AHPRA, and private health rebates apply.
Dr Ruth Brunt is passionate about helping people return to health. After her extensive travels throughout India and China, she witnessed first hand the use of herbal medicine and acupuncture contributing to positive outcomes in people lives.
Understanding the need for alternatives to the treatment of chronic and difficult to treat illnesses, Dr Ruth Brunt stands firm in her confidence that herbal medicine and acupuncture has a great future and plays an important role in achieving health and well being.
Always striving to serve her clients better and determined to further her knowledge and skill lead to her studies in Classical Chinese Medicine. She has now completed private post-graduate studies under Dr Suzanne Robidoux PhD (Nanjing), a specialist in Chinese Medicine treatment of neurological problems.
“I founded Frankston Family Natural Medicine as a way to bring excellence in herbal medicine to the modern world, and to offer a real and studied alternative for chronic, difficult to treat conditions.”