We seek to restore lives. We have decades of experience investigating and treating complex illnesses and see 30-50 new complex illness patients each month. We cannot promise outcomes but we have been told more than once, that the effects of our treatment have been ‘life changing’.
Pharmaceutical medicine is important, especially so in acute/emergency situations. We are not anti-pharmaceutical. Frequently the skilled use of pharmaceuticals in long-term illnesses helps maintain and restore quality of life. Nevertheless, the medical profession must avoid the temptation to sometimes, reflexively label unusual or mysterious symptoms which do not easily fit a standard ‘disease’ pattern, as purely being a manifestation of stress or a ‘somatisation disorder’.
We seek to help the disillusioned patient who has “been everywhere and tried everything”. Our aim is to bring physical, mental and emotional well-being back to people’s lives.