Lorraine Hogg

Lorraine Hogg

Lorraine Hogg

I’ve recently been invited to work at Physio and Therapies and I have to say it’s exciting to be seeing patients face to face again, after running my clinic predominantly online for the past few years. I’m Lorraine and I’ll be working here in my role as Naturopathic Nutrition Therapist, Homeopath and qualified Teacher. I love working with people to…

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Nicola Salter

Nicola Salter

What is Reiki? Reiki (pronounced ray-key) is a Japanese word meaning Universal life force, an energy that is all around us and that runs through every living being. Reiki heals the body holistically, meaning it helps to heal on a physical, mental and emotional level. This is achieved by channelling Reiki healing energy from the universe to the recipient via…

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Nicola Salter

Nicola Salter

I have lived in the Upper Calder Valley for over 40 years, I have 4 children all now over 17 and previously fitted my work and training in around school hours. I have a strong 20 year background in holistic therapy, special educational needs education, bereavement counselling and art facilitation. I began my Podiatry training at Huddersfield University in 2020,…

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J Hellings

J Hellings

J completed their fourth and final year of psychotherapy training at the Manchester Gestalt Centre in 2021. During their training, J took on counselling placements at Manchester Mind and LGBT Foundation. They have spent hundreds of hours working with people who sought help through those charities and will continue working with LGBT Foundation for the foreseeable future. Some people are…

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Abigail Duffy

Abigail Duffy

Abigail holds Bsc (hons) degrees in both Biology and Podiatry. In 2017 she began practicing Podiatry with Buckinghamshire NHS trust, working with a wide variety of patients. Following the birth of her daughter she moved back north, and joined East Lancashire hospital Trust podiatry department. As of 2021 Abigail became a specialist podiatrist. She is well versed in the many…

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Darren Jones

Darren Jones

Recent changes within the NHS mean that GP’s are not obliged to remove ear wax and referrals to ENT services mean a long wait and heavy reliance on NHS services. Excessive ear wax build up can cause symptoms such as reduced hearing, a “blocked” sensation, itching, discomfort or tinnitus. It can also cause hearing aids to whistle and work less…

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Clare Whitworth

Clare Whitworth

Clare gained her MA in Psychotherapy and Counselling from the University of Leeds, and is an accredited member of the BACP (British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists). She works with adults, children and young people, in-person and online. Clare has previously counselled with charities such as Mosaic II (working with sexual abuse) and alongside private practice currently works with TalkThru…

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