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Manor House Complementary Therapy Centre
Nutritional Therapy
 First Appointment: £75, Follow Up Appointment: £60

First appointment:  1hr: £75

Continuation consultations:  1hr: £60; 1/2hr: £35

Block bookings of 3 appointments (Total 2 1/2hrs):  £155

Block bookings of 3 appointments (Total 3 hrs): £180

Therapies  Nutritional Therapy 

Please Note: Kathryn Rogers runs clinics from Hadfield on Wednesday afternoons 1pm-6pm and Thursday mornings 9am-1pm.

To make the most of your consultation it is essential that you complete the nutritional assessment questionnaire and return it to Kathryn before your appointment. Please contact Kathryn to arrange this at least one week prior to your appointment.

If you would like to learn more about Nutritional Therapy prior to booking, you can speak directly with Kathryn (Tel: 07798 812735) without further obligation.  


What is Nutritional Therpay?

Nutritional Therapy addresses underlying causes of symptoms, and supports all areas of your health by assessing for potential nutritional imbalances and planning personalised dietary and lifestyle changes. It is relevant for individuals with chronic diseases or for individuals looking to optimise their health. Further information is available on the British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy website http://bant.org.uk/bant/jsp/nutritionalTherapy.faces

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How can Nutritional Therapy help me?

 

Nutritional Therapy may be helpful for supporting the health of all your body systems, as well as general health issues such as weight control. Nutritional Therpay is individualised programming to support your own health goals - there is no 'one size fits all' diet. This applies whether you are aiming to address specific symptoms, for example joint pain, tiredness, abdominal discomfort, or whether you are interested in optimising your health prospects; for example you may be at high risk of developing a chronic condition such as heart disease or diabetes. These are just examples and most health issues can be considered.

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Information about the therapist

Kathryn Rogers

Kathryn Rogers first trained as a professional catering manager, and has always remained interested in the properties of food, and passionate about cookery, ever since. She has been working in a GP surgery for over 20 years as a health informatics manager. More recently she has studied Nutritional Therapy and qualified in 2013, and is registered with the professional body, BANT. More information is available on her website: http://www.forkprovoking.co.uk/

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