Health & Wellbeing
The Old Rectory Clinic covering Bristol, Yate, Chipping Sodbury, Winterbourne, Thornbury
We are a diverse team of highly qualified, experienced practitioners and are here to help and support our clients in all aspects of their health and wellbeing. We are all fully insured and members of appropriate professional bodies. We are all bound by relevant codes of conduct which ensures that we provide the very highest standards of care for our clients.
Health and wellbeing covers a wide range of disciplines and specialisms and focuses on an individual’s physical, mental, emotional and social health. Our practitioners offer a variety of approaches tailored to create opportunities for our clients to thrive and remove any barriers to their health and wellbeing.
Health & Wellbeing available at The Old Rectory Clinic
I am a Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Acupuncturist and Naturopath specialising in Fertility and Hormone Health. I work with you to understand your journey so far and agree a treatment plan to address your problems.
I am Ian, an audiologist in my 27th year of practice. Removing earwax using micro-suction, prescribing and dispensing discreet digital hearing aids, hearing rehabilitation and tinnitus advice are all part of my remit. I enjoy talking about audiology, so please feel free to ask me anything.
Lydia Leighton is a qualified, registered Dietitian and Nutritionist with over 15 years experience. Lydia has had a varied career working within the NHS, in hospitals and in the local community, working alongside GP's and other health professionals to support adults and children both as individuals and in groups.
My name is Pippa and I am holistic therapist offering massage and holistic treatments at The Old Rectory Clinic. I have gained a lot of experience working in a range of spas and salons over the four years that I have been in the industry, including working abroad in Crete, Greece! I feel that massage is the best way to ease people of any pain they are experiencing, whether that be emotional or physical. It is surprising how much emotion or tension we hold in our bodies perhaps without realising.