Individual Treatment Plans - Tailor made treatment protocols that are re assessed on a monthly basis. They may comprise of the following assessments and treatments:



Iridology is the scientific analysis of patterns and structures in the iris of the eye which locates areas and stages of inflammation throughout the body. The iris is the portion of the eye showing colour. It reveals body constitution, inherent strengths and weaknesses, health levels, and transitions that take place in a person's body according to their way of life.

Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis:

This is a laboratory test that measures the mineral composition of the hair. Research has shown that the hair mineral levels reflect stored mineral levels in other body tissues.

Specific Nutritional deficiencies analysis:

eg Zinc. A small amount of Zinc sulphate solution is held in the mouth for at least 10 seconds and then swallowed giving an evaluation of Zinc status in the body.

Heavy Metal Body Burden Lab Testing/Dentistry:

To establish toxic levels of heavy metals in the body and safe treatment plans to remove them. This is at the basis of all treatments for serious illness - more and more people are realising the negative effects that heavy metals, particularly mercury, aluminium and lead have on the human body.

There are very few qualified dentists in the UK who specialise in safe mercury/amalgam extraction.It is extremely important that all currently recognised safety procedures are put in place when removing amalgam or other metallic composite fillings.

Other Laboratory tests:

I offer other laboratory screening service using either a blood, urine, stool or saliva sample.

Blood Pressure Check:

Performed using a manual cuff and sphygmomanometer.

Nail, Tongue & Skin:

When examining the tongue, the practitioner looks at the colour of the tongue body, its size and shape, the colour and thickness of its coating or fur, locations of abnormalities and moistness or dryness of the tongue body and fur. These signs reveal not only overall states of health, but correlate to specific organ functions and disharmonies, especially in the digestive system.

Nails and skin assessment can also reveal clues about deep seated issues that the body is expressing.

Further specific symptom questionnaires:

To assess hormone fluctuations, body temperature and candida overgrowth.

Acid/ Alkaline body balance pH testing with urine and saliva samples:

Home testing to assess acidity of the body.


Orthomolecular Supplementation Therapy:

Is where the body is balanced, strengthened and cleansed through the use of Vitamins, Minerals, Amino acids, Enzymes and so on.

Dietary and lifestyle changes:

Analysis of diet, mainly looking at wheat, dairy, sugar, yeast and alcohol consumption and assessing individual body types that require tailor made healthy eating regimes.

Advising on feasable and healthier food alternatives that allow the body to start to regenerate healthier tissue and therefore give the body a chance to expel long standing disease patterns.

Naturopathic Cleansing & Detoxification Protocols

Hydrotherapy & Skin Brushing:

Are techniques used to clear inflammation and help the body's waste disposal system to clear and work more efficiently.

Acupressure Massage and ear acupuncture to support the healing process

Acupressure Massage (APM) and ear reflex zones diagnostics is a therapy form adapted from classic acupuncture. Following the classic acupuncture thinking model, the life energy passes through meridians. Every single treatment can be exactly adapted to the energy findings.

In ancient China the spine was seen as the axis of the soul.

After energy treatment with APM, the manipulative treatment of the spine can be performed with little force, due to the balanced energy circulation.

Lymphatic Drainage Massage:

Massage therapists versed in lymphatic drainage therapy, an advanced form of lymphatic massage, can identify the rhythm, direction, and quality of the lymphatic flow and remap drainage pathways.

Lymph massage can benefit just about everyone. If you're feeling tired and low on energy, or if you've been sick and feeling like your body is fighting to get back on track, lymph massage would likely serve you well.

In addition, athletes, surgical patients, fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue sufferers, as well as those wanting a fresh look may want to consider lymphatic massage. Here's why.

After a sports injury or surgery, lymph vessels can become overwhelmed with the demand placed on them. When tissues are swollen, deep tissue techniques may actually cause damage to the lymph vessels and surrounding structures. Lymphatic massage is often the treatment of choice, because it helps the body remove proteins and waste products from the affected area and reduce the swelling. This helps reduce pressure on cells and allows them to reproduce faster to heal the body.

Surgical procedures involving lymph node removal--such as breast cancer surgery--can cause limbs to swell. Severe limb swelling needs the attention of a medical team, but in milder cases, lymphatic massage alone may be enough to prevent or even treat the swelling. It's important that your doctor be involved in your care. Let your doctor know you'd like to see a massage therapist and make sure you have medical approval.

Lymph massage can also be part of a care program for fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue syndrome. Because it's so gentle, it is well tolerated by these patients, who are often experiencing sore trigger points throughout the body. And by encouraging lymph flow and removing waste products, this gentle form of bodywork can help restore immune function and improve vitality.


My massage includes diagnosis, Maitland-manipulative therapy or adjustments of the human skeletal structure, stretches, Pilates core strengthening and general strengthening exercises.