Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is among the oldest healing practices in the world. It has been in China and other Asian countries for more than four thousand years. It is a comprehensive medicalsystem with its own principles, diagnostic methods and therapies. TCM views the body as an organic whole with a network of meridians connecting and coordinating the internal organs, Qi ('chi' - Vital energy), blood, body fluids, muscles, bones, tendons and skin.
If you are looking for help to improve or maintain your health, I may be able to help you. I have been a complementary therapist for over 25 years and have worked with people of all ages from babies,young people, adults and the elderly, to help them improve their health.
The Hereford Osteopathic Centre was established in Hereford in 1975 by the internationally known osteopath Nicholas Handoll. He opened the Ross-on-Wye Clinic of Osteopathy and Complementary Medicinesome eight years later. These practices have become centres of development for osteopaths for over 30 years, particularly in the field of what has become known as Cranial Osteopathy. Many prominent osteopaths developed their careers at the Hereford Osteopathic Centre.
With the ever increasing demands of the 21st century living more and more people are seeking the benefits of complementary medicine. Michelle and Clare Davies owners of the centre, have many years ofexperience in this field. Michelle is an Osteopath and Clare is a natural health practitioner.
At Beautonics we aim to tailor our treatments to suit your individual needs, we will always be pleased to offer free consultations and advice. So if you need help with looking great or feelinghealthier then look no further than Beautonics of Hereford.
Paul is a functional medicine practitioner and registered nutritional therapist. He has created wellness model that uses diagnostic tools to look at your specific biochemistry and then implement themost recent and relevant medical literature to create a program that is specifically tailored around your needs.