Do I need to prepare anything for consultation?

It is not necessary to prepare anything for consultation as information such as your medical history and diet history will be taken during consultation. However, if you have kept a food diary or have received any recent blood test results, then you may wish to bring this along to your consultation. This can be further discussed and dietary advice will be tailored accordingly. In addition, consultant or GP letters discussing a recent or past diagnosis may also be useful to bring.


What are your Fees?

Fees start from £100 per hour. However, fees are dependent on the length and type of booking requested. All fees fairly reflect current level of expertise, time, resources and/or travel, therefore fees are subject to change at any time.


What is your accepted payment methods?

Accepted payment methods are: Direct bank transfer, Cash and PayPal. Please note that all payments via PayPal will incur an additional process fee of 3.6%. All fees must be settled at the end of consultation or upon completion of work being carried out. An invoice will be sent to you as receipt of payment.


How long is a consultation?

Initial consultations are 1 hour however, you may wish to have a longer consultation depending on you individual needs. Follow-up appointment are usually up to 45 -60 minutes however a longer appointment can be made upon request.

Do you offer home visits?

Yes, home visits are available upon request. This may be a residential visit or a location upon request. A call out fee will be charged for home visits. Please contact us for a quote.

Do you offer Skype and Telephone consultations?

Yes, Skype and Telephone consultations are available upon request. 

Where are you located?

My clinic room is conveniently located within short walking distance to Norwood Junctions train station and Buses: 312, 410, 197 and 130.


Is there parking?

There is private parking off road behind the building. Please ask for further details upon booking.


Is there wheelchair access?

Unfortunately, there is no wheel chair access to my clinic room. The clinic room is located on the first floor of the building and there are two (short) flights of stairs to climb.