Multidisciplinary health clinic Be Well London to open on 26 November
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Multidisciplinary health clinic Be Well London to open on 26 November

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The Be Well London multidisciplinary complementary health clinic will open on 26 November, set to be run by alumni and teaching staff at the University of Westminster – a health institution in complementary medicine training and research.

Therapists at Be Well London will offer a wide range of complementary therapies, including western herbal medicine, acupuncture, naturopathy, nutritional therapy and different types of massage. Specialists clinics will feature on topics such as eczema, fertility, female wellbeing, weight loss, sport and fitness, plus stress.

All practitioners at the facility are educated to a BSc level, which involves three years of full time training, up to 500 practical clinic hours and a thorough understanding of biomedical theory.

“We believe that raising standards is essential to ensure optimum outcomes for patients,” said clinic manager Susanne Kaiser. “If we can help we will, and if we can’t we will refer on to our extensive network of other healthcare professionals.”

“We believe in working together as a close team, sharing our collective knowledge,” said naturopath Kate Fismer. “As a cooperative, practitioners benefit equally whether they are treating patients or working on the educational programmes. This eliminates any potential therapy bias.”

“We also offer a full ‘Health MOT’ for those who want more of an insight into their health,” said nutritionist Jackie McCusker. “Our team of experts developed a personalised programme from a multidisciplinary perspective, following extensive assessments and a wide range of tests. This will culminate in a detailed report that will highlight areas that may benefit from early interventions.”

Other educational seminars and workshops will range from seasonal tips for flu, nutrition for health and fitness, mindful eating seminars with ‘chocolate meditation’, to hands-on sessions in the clinic’s herbal medicine dispensary.

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