Yes, if paying in instalments will allow you to start working on your health and getting better, I’m happy to split the cost of the programme.

I tend to see clients online via Zoom these days, but if you are local to me, and would like to see me in person, this can be organised. On same occasions, I visit clients in their homes if mobility is an issue for them.

I do not draw blood in my office, but I use various test kits (stool, saliva, blood) that can be done in the convenience of your home, taken to an independent lab or carried out by a phlebotomist. I can recommend a local phlebotomist, or you can inquire with your doctor’s surgery as they may be willing to do a blood draw for you once in a while.

Yes, definitely, especially if they were done in the last 6 months. If you don’t have a print out copies, please get in touch with your surgery and ask for the print-outs. You can then scan them, or take clear photos of the results and email them to me before our first consultation.

Some surgeries share the results within their patients’ portal. If that’s the case, please download the results and email them to me.

Yes, I offer consultations to parents who are concerned about your child’s health, development, behaviour and/or learning. Please note that children under the age of 16 need to be accompanied by an adult.

Yes, if the initial appointment is about your child’s health, then ideally I will need to meet him or her, but they don’t have to stay for the whole consultation. They also don’t necessarily need to attend follow-ups.

If an in-person visit isn’t possible, we can agree on a virtual consultation.

Yes, elderly clients can also hugely benefit from nutritional advice whether it’s with regards to wanting to put on weight, lose weight, digestive discomfort or any other health problem.

Yes, I have a professional and malpractice insurance with Balens. My certificate is available upon request.

It really depends on the insurer and your policy. Some will cover the cost of nutritional therapy consultations. Private testing is less likely to be covered though. Please check with your provider directly.

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