If you are already suffering from a health problem, Autonomic Response Testing can reveal what your body needs to tap into your inner doctor and boost natural healing, often using treatments you can do in the comfort of your own home.

In my practice I aim to provide you with the information you need to manage your own health. Nutritional science and medical research can be applied in a natural way using tried and tested approaches including energy medicine such as homeopathy, personalised nutrition and naturopathys alongside technology such as the Physiokey and far infrared saunas.  Functional medicine is the new name for Naturopathy. The emphasis is on restoring or optimising function (how your body works) because this is where health problems arise. I believe this is the way medicine will be practised in the future.

Taking the decision to embark on a natural lifestyle programme could be the best decision you ever made. You may have noticed that much dietary and health information today is confusing and contradictory.  This is because different foods have different effects in different people.  From high protein to raw, how can you be sure if the way you are eating is right for you? Having a little help in identifying which diet and lifestyle suits your genetic make-up buffers you against the latest media scare or advice and provides a unique eating plan just for you.

What to expect

Your initial consultation will include ART testing.  After the consultation you will receive a full report and a personalised treatment plan will be prepared for you.

Laboratory Tests

Specialised tests carried out by external laboratories may be recommended.  These are generally not available on the NHS.

Supplements and Remedies

Supplements, remedies and treatments are charged pro-rata.

Home Treatments

In the case of chronic health problems you may be advised to carry out home treatments.  These may include therapeutic baths, enemas, relaxation or exercise for example.

Follow-up appointments

You may initially be recommended to have 3 – 4 weekly Physiokey treatments. Follow-up appointments are generally 4 – 8 weeks apart and are charged pro rata (see ‘Charges’)

How to arrange an appointment

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