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Help from the Holistic Integrated Healthcare Team

posted on 3rd November 2011 by Gerard Frith

If you are not sure whether we can help you, please call us on 0845 6769699, and we will you identify the practitioner that best meets your needs. You can then discuss with them with complete confidentiality your problem. You will find that we treat everyone’s individual needs with great respect and sensitivity.
We can also recommend a treatment pathway that matches your time and financial situation.

Our team of Professor, Doctors and expert clinicians combine the caring, patient-centred approach of complementary medicine with the reassurance and accuracy of modern science-based diagnosis and testing.

We have recently established the acupuncture & traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) team. We combine our wide range of skills in acupuncture, herbal medicine, nutrition,massage, acupressure and mindfulness to address a wide range of chronic health problems.

We can see patients independently and we work together on complex cases where more minds are better than one (including our unique service, the Integrated Consultation). So you can have a second and third opinion about your treatment right at the start. This saves you time, money and stress.

 Help from the Holistic Integrated Healthcare Team

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