New: Practitioner Support

Hot on the heels of the new Clinic Notes weekly digest, I’ve added some new Practitioner mentoring type services for you. I am asked at least once a week if I can help a newer practitioner. I normally say no. Something to do with imposter syndrome and not being arrogant enough to think I know it all, you know!

However, I have done a few recently where practitioners have asked for advice on a case or how to approach something in setting up a new practice – and the feedback has been great! So, I am being brave and putting myself out there a bit more. After all, 30 years’ experience is not be sniffed at, so I’m told 😉

I’ve added a new Practitioner Support page here on the website for more info, and a special section on the shop.

I hope it is useful for you. If you need help, confidence, a fresh pair of eyes or whatever, just shout and I will endeavour to avail you of my knowledge and experience! Just bear in mind I’m not your conventional practitioner type and I do tend to question things and think out of the box a little. Just sayin’…

My specialisms are generally food intolerance, hypersensitivity illness, the gut, trauma-triggered illness, fatigue and gluten illness (NCGS especially). I brought the first testing for NCGS and the gluten gene test to the UK long before Cyrex helped me out ;). I started operating by telehealth over a decade ago – and got told off by BANT (who was right…?!), I taught myself functional lab testing way before functional medicine and testing was even a thing. In fact, I designed my own training with separate courses to cover much of what I thought I needed to be a ‘good’ practitioner and was way ahead of the importance of ACE Disorders, vagus nerve and trauma-triggered illness that is just getting going now.

My emphasis has always been to support people trying to get themselves well. I give most of my time and knowledge away for free as long as I have enough to pay my bills and have a nice life, I’m happy. I’m not one of your ambitious types who want huge or several clinics although there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that; it’s just not me! It’s all about patient care, honesty, making sure you’re the best you and the patient can be. That said, don’t worry: I do believe in getting paid properly for what you do!

Ooh, a bit of trumpet-blowing – very weird! Anyway, I’m here to help if you need me,


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