About Amina 2017-04-27T21:21:47+00:00

About Amina

Amina Eastham-Hillier is a highly experienced Lyme literate naturopath (LLND), specialising in testing & treating Lyme disease, Lyme co-infections, mould & chemical sensitivities and undiagnosed stealth infections.

She has successfully treated over 1500 cases of Lyme disease, stealth and co-infections in Australia and consulting patients in New Zealand, Europe, USA, Canada & Asia.

With a wonderful insight to Japanese & Chinese health culture, together with Western medicine and modern science, Amina can incorporate her vast amount of knowledge to give her patients a holistic approach to health and get results.

Amina offers Skype and phone consultations as well as in clinic at Noosaville, on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia.

Your personal Lyme symptoms will be addressed, such as fatigue, digestive sensitivities, brain fog, poor concentration, chronic pain, skin rashes, mould sensitivities, anxiety, stress & depression. Since every Lyme case is different, patients will receive personalised herbal & nutritional formulas and an ongoing treatment plan. Naturopathy can be used in conjunction with conventional medicine or alone.

Amina earned her Bachelor of Health Science in Naturopathy at Endeavour college (formerly, Australian College of Natural Medicine) and has a great passion for treating Chronic fatigue and Chronic immune deficiencies. Amina is also passionate about Children’s & Women’s Health, from Infertility & Pre-conception to Menopause, Gut health, Allergies & food intolerance’s, skin problems such as eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis & acne.


  • Bachelor Health Science – Naturopathy (Australian College Natural Medicine – Endeavour).
  • Advanced Diploma Naturopathy
  • Dip. Nutrition
  • Dip. Herbal Medicine
  • Cert Kinesiology
  • First Aid Certificate

  • Currently Studying- Diploma of Nutrigenomics


NHAA (Naturopaths and Herbalists Association of Australia)
ATMS (Australian Traditional Medicine Society)

Health Fund Rebates: With ALL Australian Health funds