Category: Get Set for Surgery
NHS Waiting lists are growing but you can use this time wisely to prepare for surgery and recovery so you can make the process as straightforward as possible, reduce the risk of complications and help your body to recover faster following the anaesthetic.
This post recommends some effective remedies to help you Manage Chronic Pain at home. Do you often find yourself struggling with the debilitating pain of arthritis? Are you tired of relying on medications that only provide temporary relief? If so, we have great news for you! In this blog post, we will be sharing some […]Read More
Functional Nutrition Testing is a personalised nutritional assessment to find out whether you are getting the right nutrients from your diet. Using a urine sample we measure your functional need for antioxidants, B-vitamins, minerals, digestive support, fatty acids, and amino acids i.e. the levels required for your body to function optimally. In many cases I […]Read More
The first and most important part of regaining or optimizing your health is to clean your digestive system so that you can get all the nutrients from your food to where they are needed so that all your cells and organs work optimally. Secondly, a ‘clean’ digestive system will help you to avoid opportunistic infections […]Read More
PEMF for Hip Pain is a form of natural pain relief that you can do at home for daily relief of pain and joint stiffness. PEMF therapy, which stands for pulsed electromagnetic field therapy, is is a form of natural pain relief that uses low-frequency magnetic fields to stimulate healing and provide relief from pain.Read More
Red light treatment for wrinkles has been scientifically proven to bean effective and safe way to reduce the appearance of wrinkles quicklyRead More
Functional Medicine has many options to prevent osteoporosis in menopause, but here are 8 suggestions for you to start with. Osteoporosis is a condition that can occur in menopause due to the loss of estrogen. Estrogen helps to keep bones strong and healthy. When estrogen levels drop during menopause, bones can become weak and porous. […]Read More