other therapies at ace
Sports Therapy - Carlie-Ann, Sophie Capito and Gary Lambeth
Sports Therapy is specifically concerned with the prevention injury and the rehabilitation of a patient back to optimum levels of functional, occupational and sports specific fitness, regardless of age and ability. Rehabilitation works with the muscular system, creating exercises that support and control the body.
Medical Herbalism and Nutrition - Stuart McLean
Medical Herbalists are trained the same way as orthodox doctors, but are also trained to take an overall view of a patient’s constitution and try to identify the root cause of the symptoms presented. Through good Nutrition along sometimes with carefully selected herbal remedies this can be achieved. First our level of nutrition and fitness must be established through an assessment which can be conducted within a consultation period at the Clinic.
Acupuncture - Liz Xerri
Acupuncture is a system of traditional medicine which promotes and maintains good health. An acupuncturist aims to discover the unique symptoms a patient may suffer from in order to treat the underlying cause. The method of treatment will involve selecting certain acupoints known to have actions relevant to the patient’s symptoms, where fine needles are then tapped into them.
Chiropody - Paula Maple
Chiropody/Podiatry is a treatment for corns, callouses, in-growing toenails, fungal infections, verrucae and other general foot disorders. Paula, who through professional development, is able to advise and treat any problems caused by various systemic diseases like Diabetes, Rheumatoid and Osteo-Arthritis along with biomechanical abnormalities which may need exercise techniques or orthotic insoles.
Jon Young & Annette Self
Through this therapy, we look at the underlying structure that determines why we actually do what we do and what stops us making the changes we want. Combining the latest tools and strategic interventions we can begin to understand and then change. By using this process we begin to take ourselves from where we are to where we want to be.
Annette Self – Cognitive Hypnotherapy
Cognitive hypnotherapy is a modern form of therapy based on the latest scientific research into how the brain works. It incorporates ideas from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Positive Psychology, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and cutting edge techniques such as Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), binding them together with hypnotic language to create a powerful therapeutic approach that can achieve amazing results in a short space of time. The Cognitive Hypnotherapy approach is geared to helping people get the results they want, usually in less time than they might expect.
Nutrition Therapy - Holly Sorce
Pilates Reformer - Rebecca Gough
Bodywise Pilates offers 1-2-1 and small group mat and reformer classes for all levels and abilities.
Bodywise is based in Surbiton and is run by Rebecca Gough, a Pilates teacher with over 12 years experience in both the USA and UK.
Reflexology or Zone Therapy is based on a system that the body is divided into vertical and cross zones or channels which connect all parts of the body from the feet to the head and down the arms to the hands. The existence of these zones was first described in 1913 by an American Physician and surgeon Dr William Fitzgerald. A Reflexologist accesses the body's energy through these zones by applying pressure to reflex points on the feet or hands. Each reflex point relates specifically to parts of the body. Reflexology aims to balance the energy flow within the vertical zones of the body and so help correct body functioning.