Nutritional Therapy can be extremely effective in supporting your body during and after a physiotherapy treatment. By having the knowledge at your fingertips as to what to eat, what to avoid and food combinations to try, you will hopefully begin to notice a positive difference in your symptoms.
For example, you may find that you recover more efficiently after a treatment, or find that you are able to successfully lose weight which could take the pressure off joints, thus resulting in reduced joint pain.
You may also be able to prepare for a forthcoming physiotherapy treatment by knowing which foods and drinks to consume prior to your appointment.
Or your joint pain may be linked with a thyroid issue for example, in which case a full consultation would prove to be very useful in your treatment and management of symptoms.
Optimum nutrition can lead to optimum health and recovery.
Working closely with you and your Physiotherapist I will devise the correct nutritional approach for your specific needs.
There are two different consultations available. Both enable a 1:1 consultation for an hour or more plus a personalised written report to take away with you. Additional handout material may also be given.
All you would need to do is complete a questionnaire and food diary (available on request).
Nutritional Therapists work with specific supplements. If you are keen to try a supplement this will also be discussed during the consultation.
As everybody is different, the recommendations will also vary from person to person. All information given to you will consider previous and current medical diagnoses, prescribed medication and your current lifestyle.
If you would like to contact me prior to booking an appointment please don’t hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org
Conditions we treat:
- The following conditions respond very well to nutritional therapy:
- PMS or Menopause
- Allergy/food intolerance
- Rheumatoid & osteoarthritis
- Weight management
- Digestive disorders
- Skin disorders
- Emotional imbalances
- Joint & muscular pain
- Multiple sclerosis
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME)
- Weight issues