Dr Georgina Hale

MBBS FRACP PhD

Specialist medical doctor with expertise in a personalised whole-body approach incorporating
internal medicine, functional medicine and nutritional science

Expert Medical

Women's Health

Personalised & Precise

Incorporating a personalised & precise whole body, whole mind approach. 

Dr Hale assesses and manages complex, chronic or puzzling conditions including undiagnosed inflammatory illness, functional gut disorders, fatigue disorders (with and without pain), cognitive disorders and poorly defined neurological disorders. Dr Hale has also expanded her practice to midlife and menopausal health using expertise gained from her women’s health PhD clinical study.

Dr Georgina Hale

Specialist Doctor, PhD & Author

I have been a hospital-based internal medicine specialist for almost 30 years now, and about six years ago, I opened a private medical clinic in Buderim QLD, where I have been using functional medicine principles to delve into the underlying causes and contributors of illness. What sets my Buderim clinic assessments apart from my usual medical assessments is the time taken and the detailed medical/personal information collected. If you were a patient in my Buderim clinic, your assessment would include a comprehensive pre-consultation questionnaire, a detailed medical/personal history, a mental health score questionnaire, a thorough physical examination and a targeted set of investigations. This initial assessment usually takes place over two 60-90-minute consultations.

My aim in carrying out such detailed assessments is to propose one or more diagnoses that explain your health issue, and if no diagnoses are evident, to outline the most important contributors and perpetuators to your health issue. ‘Contributors and perpetuators’ are those factors unique to you which could have triggered your health issue and/or have allowed it to continue. It is my functional medicine training in particular, that has allowed me to make sense of the ways in which diet, lifestyle, stressors, mental health, infections, and environmental exposures trigger ill health and prevent recovery.

Once I have ascertained the main contributors/perpetuators unique to your health issue, I can provide you with a personalised recovery program targeted at reversing and/or reducing these contributors /perpetuators. My management programs are aimed at minimising the use of medications in addition to a safe and whole-body-beneficial diet/lifestyle/nutritional/mental/emotional strategy.”

Midlife Women’s Health Book
COMING SOON!

In her first publication, Dr Hale finally brings us the information women have been waiting for. This is the first time such precise, detailed, and understandable information about midlife hormones has been delivered to everyday women. Dr Hale includes information from her own published study data in addition to the up-to-date research on midlife women’s health. What you can expect:

Detailed, clear explanations about your hormones at midlife before menopause
Easy to understand explanations about why you often experience symptoms before menopause starts
To understand why midlife is a time of oestrogen excess and why you need to know about environmental estrogens or ‘xenoestrogens’
Simple, easy to incorporate diet and lifestyle modifications to help your body manage the estrogen and other hormonal load
To feel lighter, clearer in the head and better equipped to get out, get into action and make a positive difference in the world

Hale Health Medicine

Dr Georgina Hale

Dr Georgina Hale

MBBS FRACP PhD

Anthony Wollaston

Anthony Wollaston

Nurse Practitioner

Cath Dwyer

Cath Dwyer

Technical/Support Staff

Fax: (07) 5390 6222

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