Bristol Natural Health Service offers a wide range of therapies and help in selecting the natural therapy which may best suit you, whether you are in pain with an acute or chronic condition, want to feel better in yourself or simply feel you deserve a treat.
Natural Treatment of the Patient
As a Bristol Natural Health Service patient you are treated as an individual - rarely is your condition assessed against an artificial norm. "Normal" instead means your potential for health and as it is usually you as a complete person being treated rather than the symptoms alone. There are no reasons to separate the body from the mind. Attitudes, life style, vital energy and posture are all considered relevant in most therapies. Even in manipulative therapies efforts will be made to identify the sources of tensions and stresses in your body so that you can then choose to take action.
In addition to pain relief most natural therapists would like to help you towards a complete state of physical and mental well being (the definition of health used by The World Health Organization). Poor vitality and low resistance are conventionally regarded as inadequate states of health rather than illness - we take them more seriously.
Natural Therapy as a Preventative Measure
Once symptoms have cleared, the treatments can often be used as a preventive measure. Natural therapies administered by qualified professionals are safe, non-toxic, non-addictive and have no side effects.
Help & Advice from Bristol Natural Health Service Clinic
Visitors will find the atmosphere welcoming with members of the clinic approachable and there to help.
We aim to offer not only first class health care but also offer advice / information on self help issues. The clinic has regular open days but visitors are always welcome, so feel free to call in.
Free Consultations at our Bristol Clinic
If you are unsure as to which treatment is most suited to your condition, we offer free consultations with practitioners and our reception staff are well versed in the different therapies and can usually help. An informed choice can then be made.