Turning Point Clinics How to Find Us TURNING POINT CLINICS The phrase Turning point is often used when The Bath Practice is situated in Monmouth change occurs for the better. Street, round the corner from Queen’s Square, and a few hundred yards from the It is also the title of a book by Fritjof Capra— a Ustinov Theatre. scientist who believes that we are in a time of change in which our world view is becoming There is on-road metered parking in more holistic. Monmouth Street and Monmouth Place, or in Kingsmead Square. There are car parks in The practitioners at The Bath Practice believe that, in order to get the best from their Charlotte Street and Green Park. THE BATH PRACTICE (Established 1973) therapies, they must treat the patient Bath bus station and railway station are ten Therapies, Training courses, Workshops holistically. This means that not only must minutes walk away, or there are taxis they understand the problem which their available. Park and Ride buses also stop patient brings to them, but also how that nearby. problem came about, and how it may relate OSTEOPATHY to other aspects of that person’s health. CRANIAL OSTEOPATHY All the practitioners follow the code of HOMOTOXICOLOGY conduct of their respective professions. They ACUPUNCTURE meet regularly to discuss all aspects of the (children and adults) running of The Bath Practice. They keep up to date with the requirements of their HOLISTIC THERAPIES professions, and attend courses to update and further their training. For appointments and further information 26 Monmouth Street, Some of the fees that are charged are Bath BA1 2AP redeemable through health insurance TURNING POINT CLINICS schemes. The Bath Practice 26 Monmouth Street, Appointments & Enquiries Bath. BA1 2AP Tel. No: 01225 427835/448993 Contact the clinic for further information. Tel.No: 01225 427835/448993 Mon-Fri: 8.45 am—6.00 pm Directors: Also Also in Devon The North Devon Practice: The North Devon Practice Jonathan Lawrence Tel.No: 01769 574833 Tel.No: 01769 574833 BA DO Cert Ed Rosemary Lawrence Email: email@example.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Dip BFD.Cert.Clin Hom. Cert.Ed www.turningpointclinics.co.uk www.turningpointclinics.co.uk . Homotoxicology Acupuncture (Paediatric and Adults) Osteopathy, Cranial Osteopathy (Progressive Homœopathy) Julian Scott MA,PhD,Cert Ac.(China) MBAcC Jonathan Lawrence BA DO Cert Ed Rosemary Lawrence Stephen Gascoigne MB, ChB, CAc,Dip.CHM Satyen P Gadher DO Dip BFD.Cert.Clin Hom. Cert.Ed Acupuncture is a wonderful medicine. It has a Julian Berriman BSc(Hons) Ost long and venerable history in China, and is A Biodiagnostic machine is used to test reflex growing in popularity in the West. It can help with points on the hands and feet that relate to organs Osteopathy is a system of treatment based on the a wide range of conditions and illnesses, even simple idea that if the structure of the body is not in the body. Abnormal readings mean that the some which cannot be helped by orthodox target organ is disturbed. A test kit is then used to right, then the body will not work properly. medicine. It is especially helpful for children’s Osteopaths use a wide range of techniques in identify which of the hundreds of remedies would problems, as it is safe and non-invasive compared be helpful to correct the disturbance. Each order to correct structural imbalances that can to surgery and other techniques, and is free from occur in joints, soft tissues or organs. prescription is tailored to the individual. the weakening side effects of drugs. Although well known for its effectiveness in the Homotoxicology has helped people with ailments Acupuncture is effective in the treatment of such treatment of back problems, many other such as irritable bowel syndrome, ME, depression, conditions as respiratory problems, infections, problems can benefit from Osteopathy, such as acute infections, and chronic illnesses like digestive disorders, skin diseases and urinary asthma, sinusitis, adhesions, migraines, irritable Parkinson’s disease. problems. bowel syndrome and painful periods. Rosemary is a trained teacher, who took up a Julian has been treating children with Cranial Osteopathy is a gentle, effective career in complementary health, qualifying in acupuncture since 1976. In 1984 he opened the treatment for babies and children, and also homotoxicology and bio-diagnostics. She is also Children’s Clinic for Natural Therapies in Brighton. patients who are nervous of manipulation. It can a qualified massage therapist. Rosemary has He has treated children and taught in the USA successfully treat sleep problems, colic, glue ear, established thriving practices in both South and in France, before moving to Bath in 2002 to and chronic effects of traumas such as whiplash. Molton, Devon and Bath. join The Bath Practice. Jonathan is an experienced Osteopath who has Stephen qualified in medicine in 1976 and specialised in Chinese medicine following over 6 treated a wide variety of patients, including babies, pregnant mothers, athletes and the Massage years of work in the NHS in the UK. He originally elderly. He is a trained teacher and has lectured trained in acupuncture in China and subsequently ‘No Hands’, Sports, Therapeutic, Workplace, at the European School of Osteopaths, running trained in London in Chinese herbal medicine. He Indian Head, Aromatherapy. joined the Bath Practice in 2006, and also has a seminars and courses in the UK and abroad for Kate Cornish FICHT practice in Ireland. fellow professionals. Satyen came from Kenya to study Osteopathy Precision Reflexology; Hopi Ear Candling; and joined The Bath Practice in 1994. His special Massage can help correct structural imbalances, Hand, Foot and Face massage; interest is in the treatment of babies and children, as well as releasing tensions, leaving the body Baby Massage Instruction and children and adults with special needs. As a feeling rejuvenated. Libby Birts RGN MICHT Yoga student, he is interested in encouraging Kate joined The Bath Practice in 2006, offering a patients to try yoga as part of a preventative wide range of massage. She also works at Gene- ibby's career background is in nursing, most programme. sis Gym with clients of various ages with wide recently as a neo-natal intensive care nurse. She ranging conditions, and at Widcombe Surgery, came to holistic therapy after witnessing the Julian has had links with The Bath Practice having positive effects of touch and massage on very sick worked alongside Jonathan Lawrence during his offering massage/reflexology to patients, as sug- and chronically ill babies and children. She has a training. His areas of expertise include sports gested by the doctors. long-standing interest in complementary therapy, which will be a valuable addition to the She also offers 'workplace' massage and Indian healthcare, and has used homoeopathy and therapies already on offer. He has also been Head massage to companies in Bath. herbs for herself and her family for many years. involved in organising and running training Libby has been with The Bath Practice since 2002. courses.