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.
common issues include breast cancer, fertility, menopause, hair loss, pregnancy, PMT, contraception and ovarian cancer. A variety of therapies can treat these health issues.
can be successfully supported with a variety of Complementary Health therapies
can be a symptom of an underlying cause such as infection, poisoning or emotional stress and can be successfully treated with a variety of Complementary Health therapies
is a particularly disabling condition where the sufferer feels that either themself or their immediate surrounding is in a constant state of motion. The most common symptom is a feeling of spinning or that the ground is tilting.
can involve the mouth and the back of the throat area, including the pharynx. and can be successfully treated with a variety of Complementary Health therapies
is a term used to describe the symptoms a person experiences when feeling under pressure or threatened. It is essentially the body responding naturally to a perceived threat by something called the fight or flight response.
involve an inflammation of the stomach lining and are collectively known as gastritis. Gastritis and ulcers can be successfully treated with a variety of Complementary Health therapies
can be successfully treated with a variety of Complementary Health therapies
can sometimes cause sleep apnoea. This is when the blockage in your airway causes you to stop breathing for a few seconds, so you wake up many times during the night. It does not usually cause any problems for the person doing it. But, it does affect partners, family and even neighbours if it keeps them awake.