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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mrs Hilary Thomas at Spire include:
Allied Health Professionals Gut and bowel health, thyroid and adrenal health, insulin resistance and ME. Sub-specialties: IBS IBD (ulcerative colitis, crohn's disease) Coeliac disease Food intolerances Food allergies Candida overgrowth and parasitic infections
Following four hard, but very rewarding years of studying Diet and Nutrition, together with anatomy, physiology and pathology, I qualified with Distinction as a Nutritional Therapist from BCNH, the British College of Nutrition and Health. I am a member of BANT the British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy and a registered practitioner for the NTC the Nutritional Therapy Council, the CNHC Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council and the GRCCT the General Regulatory Council for Complimentary Therapies.
I am also a member of the IFM, Institute of Functional Medicine. In order that my knowledge is continually updated and my Continued Practice Development is fulfilled I attend many post-graduate seminars each year.
Following graduation in 2006 I set up my own practice seeing patients of all ages, some of which are children and teenagers, addressing their many types of health issues. I also offer a wide range of functional tests, which gives valuable insight into my patient's current health status'. Working with my patients, I help to improve their diet and lifestyle with the ultimate goal of an overall improvement for their future health and wellbeing.
I am available for patient appointments at the Spire Wellesley Hospital on Tuesdays.
Gut and bowel health, thyroid and adrenal health, insulin resistance and ME. Sub-specialties; IBS, IBD (ulcerative colitis, crohn's disease), coeliac disease, food intolerances, food allergies, Candida overgrowth and parasitic infections.
In 2000 I became very seriously ill resulting in two major operations within six months of each other, with a three month recovery period following each. After this, on recommendation I saw a Nutritionist, and following her advice changed my diet and lifestyle. I was truly amazed what eating the right foods could do; it put me on the road to good health. This inspired me so much that I wanted to learn more and I wanted to help others in the way I had been helped, and subsequently enrolled in a four year nutrition course.Back to top
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