Stomach Disorders Treatment Cambridge
Stomach disorders involve an inflammation of the stomach lining and are collectively known as gastritis. Gastritis can be either acute (occurs suddenly lasting a day or two) or chronic (develops gradually, with long term symptoms).
For most people, stomach disorders are not serious and improve quickly with treatment; however, in some cases, gastritis can lead to ulcers, stomach bleeding and an increased risk of stomach cancer.
Therapies for Help with Stomach Disorders
- Corrective Holistic Exercise Kinesiology The CHEK system is multidisciplinary; therefore, it prioritises your personal programme according to your financial and time commitments to address the areas that will give you the greatest long-term reward. ... read more
- Functional Health Care assesses your current health and wellbeing and the practitioner can advise you on the various options available. Your assessment will be thorough and in depth and look at your health, diet, lifestyle, posture, fitness, happiness and coping abilities. ... read more
- Integrated Gastro-Intestinal Clinic gut and stomach issues are often difficult to treat with traditional medicine especially chronic problems, so we practice functional medicine. This is a science based natural way to become healthy again. We specialise in treating the individual (not the problem) who may have bodily symptoms, imbalances and dysfunctions. ... read more
- Kinesiology is quick, gentle and non-invasive form of therapy and will help you discover how your body is feeling about the life you are living. By bringing your attention to how your body is responding it makes it easier to know what is right for you. ... read more
- Mediator Release Food Sensitivity Testing If you haven’t considered food sensitivity as a cause of your symptoms, then you may spend many years unwell, spending money on treatments that won’t work. ... read more
- Western Herbal Medicine is a particularly good approach for chronic conditions and ill health that is ill-defined by general practice, as we step back and take time to really investigate how the whole body interacts and impacts on symptoms ... read more