Root Cause Analysis

Root Cause Analysis - the 6 root causes of all Symptoms

Know why you have symptoms and unlock your body’s natural healing intelligence. 

We’ve all have experienced fear and confusion about what’s really causing our symptoms. We worry and want to know WHY we have chronic illnesses such as back pain, eczema, IBS, high blood pressure, asthma.  The root cause analysis approach will introduce you to a revolutionary health paradigm, to help you understand your stress triggers and how your organ tissue reacts to your stressors and importantly how to stop the triggers and improve your symptoms. 

Root cause analysis  is a concise analytical framework that gives comprehensive and specific information as to why you experience specific health issues and indicates what you need to do to resolve them.  At its core is the principle that your body (and everything in nature) has innate intelligence and never makes a mistake.  It is based on decades of (continuing) research by practitioners and medical doctors.  It looks at physical, emotional, mental, social, environmental and spiritual health issues as fully and completely interconnected.

Lymphedema

foot-care

Lymphedema

Suffer from an Lymphedema? We can help.

foot-care

Are you experiencing one of the following symptoms?

About Lymphedema

Lymphedema affects the lymphatic system. This system has three main functions:

  • Draining excess tissue fluid: It balances the fluid in the blood and the fluid in the tissues. This is known as fluid homeostasis.
  • Fighting infection: It provides immunity by assisting the body’s immune defense against foreign bodies, such as bacteria.
  • Absorbing fats: It absorbs lipid nutrients from the intestine and transports them to the blood.

A disruption to the lymphatic system can, in the long term, undermine its ability to drain fluid properly. As a result, excess fluid can build up in parts of the body.

Lymphedema increases the risk of infection and other complications because the lymphocytes cannot reach parts of the body where swelling occurs.

Top Tips to fight Lymphedema

  1. Exercise
  2. Avoid sun beds, steam rooms, and saunas.
  3. Build strength 
  4. Eat healthily 

How we can help you

The aim is to encourage the lymph fluid to move away from the swollen area, so it can drain normally. It also helps lymph fluid drain through the healthy lymph vessels. This helps control swelling.

Fluent compression strokes provide a gentle, consistent wave-like massage to the treated areas, increasing circulation and helping remove waste and toxins from the body whilst promoting a sense of calm and relaxation.

Lymphatic drainage should be offered by a qualified practitioners only. 

For pregnancy and postnatal care

For pregnant and lactating women,  gives comfort especially in legs and feet when fluid retention strikes. MLD also helps breast feeding relieving  the problems of blocked ducts and sore tight breasts.

After cancer surgery 

Lymphatic treatment is often required after cancer treatment and when the lymph nodes have been removed. Having lymph nodes removed can cause some long term side effects. Lymph nodes drain fluid from your arms and legs. If the surgeon removes the lymph nodes, fluid can build up and cause swelling in your arms or legs. This is called lymphoedema.

For healing

Reducing pain and discomfort post surgery or injury.  Decongesting the swollen and sore tissues through therapy, pain and discomfort would be reduced.

 

Therapies to help you

Unsure what‘s the best solution for you?

Contact us now for a free and friendly first consultation.

Lymphatic Drainage

Myofascial Release (MFR)

Lymphatic Drainage

What Lymphatic Drainage is and how it works​

Myofascial Release (MFR)

Definition:

Manual lymph drainage (MLD) is  a specific type of massage technique designed to stimulate the lymphatic system. The hand movements and sequences are adapted for each person.

The length of the course and number of sessions required will  vary depending on your needs. 

Description:

The aim is to encourage the lymph fluid to move away from the swollen area, so it can drain normally. It also helps lymph fluid drain through the healthy lymph vessels. This helps control swelling.

Fluent compression strokes provide a gentle, consistent wave-like massage to the treated areas, increasing circulation and helping remove waste and toxins from the body whilst promoting a sense of calm and relaxation.

Lymphatic drainage should be offered by a qualified practitioners only. 

For pregnancy and postnatal care

For pregnant and lactating women,  gives comfort especially in legs and feet when fluid retention strikes. MLD also helps breast feeding relieving  the problems of blocked ducts and sore tight breasts.

After cancer treatment 

Lymphatic treatment is often required after cancer treatment and when the lymph nodes have been removed. Having lymph nodes removed can cause some long term side effects. Lymph nodes drain fluid from your arms and legs. If the surgeon removes the lymph nodes, fluid can build up and cause swelling in your arms or legs. This is called lymphoedema.

For post operative healing

This gentle and relaxing therapeutic approach reduces pain and discomfort post surgery or injury, and aids your body to heal quicker. Decongesting the swollen and sore tissues, decreasing the pain and discomfort, this approach will reduce the risk of complications such as adhesions, fibrosis and seromas. 

Lymphatic drainage can help you with

Our lymphatic drainage therapist

Ready to give it a try?

Unsure if this is the right answer for your current situation?

Contact us now for a free and friendly first consultation.

Pain Management

pain-management

Pain Management

What pain management is and how it works

pain-management

Definition:

Pain is a signal, an alarm to make you aware some part of your body may be or may become damaged. Once you recognise and take steps to remove the cause of the pain or act to remedy the damage being done there is no need for the pain to continue. How many times have you contacted the surgery for an appointment with your GP and found that when you get to your appointment the pain has disappeared or the symptom is no longer presenting? This is because you have taken action in order to address the problem. Many aches and pains and ailments are rooted in brain processes that can be affected by your mental attitude and emotion, promoting good mental health or letting go of emotional issues repairs a lot of ailments the body can suffer with. Our pain clinic offers several therapies all of which are very successful for most people in managing, diminishing or negating pain.

Description:

Different approaches provide different solutions. We have a range of therapies that can help you either manage or be rid of pain.

Exercise Rehabilitation
Exercise can help rebuild confidence and manage anxiety and stress.
Regular exercise before surgery or after treatment will help you recover faster and have better outcomes.
Rehab exercises to regain strength, mobility, core stability and encouraging of good form to make everyday activities easier.
Injury prevention
 

 

Sports Massage Therapy
sporting injuries;
 
General Lowe back pain
Plantar Fasciitis 
Achillies Tendinosis
Frozen Shoulder / Rotator Cuff
Strains
Shin Splints
Tennis / Golfers elbow

Massage 

Our therapists focus on acute and chronic pain conditions that arise in the muscles, joints, tendons and ligaments. Whether this pain has arisen from injury, poor posture, overuse (i.e. repetitive strain), stress or any other reason we aim is to relieve your pain and improve your flexibility.

EFT

EFT is very effective in helping manage pain in chronic illnesses such Fibromyalgia, Parkinson’s Disease, Diabetes and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. It has been researched extensively, with strongly positive results for its effectiveness in resolving both emotional and physical difficulties.  It is gentle enough to be used by people in chronic pain and with the pain that comes from chronic disease.

The pain management team can help you with

Our pain management team

Ready to give it a try?

Unsure if this is the right answer for your current situation?

Contact us now for a free and friendly first consultation.

Chronic Illness

Chronic Illness

Suffering from a chronic illness and pain? This can help.

chronic-illness

Are you experiencing one of the following?

Living with a chronic illness

Being diagnosed with a long-term health condition can be frightening and disorienting. Once you move beyond the initial shock of your diagnosis, it’s helpful to learn how to cope with the daily stresses of living with your illness. Managing your illness well means living healthily  as possible. Eating well, not smoking, drinking in moderation (or quitting altogether) and working to live as stress free as possible.  Managing your emotional well-being is essential as your emotional health will affect your physical health.  

Top Tips to Manage Chronic Illness

  1. Manage your illness rather than let it manage you.
  2. Book regular alternative/complementary treatments.  
  3. Work to minimise stress. High stress levels exacerbate pain levels .
  4. Understand your condition. it can be helpful to learn everything you can about your symptoms and treatment options.
  5. Observe your own body. Pay close attention to what seems to ease your symptoms or make them worse. Use a notebook or calendar to record trends and other insights that might help you manage your symptoms.

How we can help you

We have several qualified therapists, experts in their field,  that can help in various way depending on what your needs are. Massage, Myofascial release, Reflexology and our Foot Care clinic can help make remarkable positive changes in your body. Reiki, CBT, EMDR, Cognitive Hypnotherapy or EFT can help let go of limiting beliefs and negative emotions. Counselling can help support you make positive changes in your life as attitude and approach can make a big difference to your quality of life. It’s important to develop a healthy acceptance of the lifestyle changes that your condition requires.  And lastly, Nutritional therapy along with food intolerance testing and/or allergy can also help you make positive lifestyle changes. 

Unsure what‘s the best solution for you?

Contact us now for a free and friendly first consultation.

Women’s Health

womens-health

Women’s Health

Women's health issues? This can help.

womens-health

Are you experiencing one of the following symptoms?

There are many different causes for women's health problems

Hormone imbalance, stress and poor physical health are all contributory factors as well as perimenopause and menopause. Fertility issues and other conditions such as PCOS and endometriosis may be caused by hormone imbalance.  

Top Tips to fight typical women's health issues

  1. Take control, Rather than accepting things as they are, look for ways you can improve your health 
  2. Reseach your condition and take action
  3. Book an appointment with our holistic therapist who specialises in women’s health issues. 
  4. Eat well, move more. A good diet and some exercise will always benefit your mind and body
  5. Struggling with motivation or dragged down by your condition? Book some sessions  of CBT or EFT to change the way you think and feel.

How we can help you

If you suffer from any of the following, our therapies may be able to help you.

PCOS
PMS
Endometriosis
Menopause
Fibroids
Hormonal Imbalances
Fertility Issues
Insomnia
Hot Flushes

Our therapists offer a range of therapies which can help manage or be rid of the unpleasant effects of the above listed issues.

Therapies to help you manage or overcome women's health issues and infertility

Unsure what‘s the best solution for you?

Contact us now for a free and friendly first consultation.

IBS & Digestion Issues

ibs-digestion-issues

IBS & Digestion Issues

Digestion problems? IBS?This can help.

ibs-digestion-issues

Are you experiencing one of the following symptoms?

There are many different causes for digestive disorders

Intolerance, allergies, medical issues may be a cause of digestive issues or IBS. Anxiety, stress and excessive worry can also greatly contribute to stomach, bowl and digestive problems.  In fact the Mind Body connection is undeniable. Latest research clearly shows how our thoughts can produce chemical changes in our body which can affect our molecular pathways and our immune system.  

Top Tips to fight IBS and digestive disorders

 

  1. Make life style changes
  2. Book a free consultation with us to find out what therapies are available to work to be rid of stress and anxiety, 
  3. Try reflexology. A few sessions can improve your digestion. 
  4. Book a visit to your GP if you are worried or concerned about your digestive health. 

How we can help you

We have several therapist offering different approaches which may help you to improve your digestive health.  From food intolerance tests (same day results) to getting rid of anxiety and stress. 

Therapies to help you overcome digestive issues and IBS

Unsure what‘s the best solution for you?

Contact us now for a free and friendly first consultation.