Naturopathy and Nutrition
Naturopathy is a holistic approach to healthcare that works to maximise your health by ensuring you are putting all the right things into your body, and fewer of the wrong things.
The philosophy of naturopathy is that your body is able to maintain health and heal itself given the right conditions and encouragement.
Pain and illness are signs that something is wrong or out of balance. A naturopath will try to resolve this at the root of the problem, rather than just treating the symptoms. Often people find that some very simple lifestyle changes can make radical differences.
A naturopath will work with you to help find optimal balance to promote, restore and maintain good health. Alongside this a naturopath will work to boost your body’s own elimination processes, allowing the body to function at its best.
What can naturopathy treat?
Naturopathy can be used to help a wide variety of conditions, as well as improving general health and well-being. Below are just some of the many things naturopathy can help with:
- Weight loss or gain
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Women’s health
- Skin conditions
- Infertility or preconception care
To find out more, please contact us or contact our practitioner directly.
Our NATUROPATHY PRACTITIONERS:
- Wells Road
Karen is a naturopathic Nutritional Therapist, having spent 3 years training with the College of Naturopathic Medicine in Bristol. A mum of 3, she has seen first hand the difference that the right nutrition can make to your health. Nutritional therapy is a holistic approach to wellness, it is based on the functional medicine approach to … Continued
- Sneyd Park
Victoria is a qualified allergy therapist, nutritional counsellor, aromatherapist and baby massage instructor. Her nutritional therapy successfully works alongside conventional medicine and Victoria is happy to liaise with GPs, consultants or osteopathic teams to help her clients gain optimum well-being.
- Wells Road
Claire joined the team in 2011 and became a partner at the Wells Road clinic in 2016. Claire completed her studies and clinical training in osteopathy at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in London, graduating with a Distinction in the four year Master’s of Osteopathy degree. Before training as an osteopath, Claire studied a … Continued