Homeopathy comes to Birchington, Kent
Plan B Natural Health has been established to provide practical, natural solutions to your health challenges. It has grown out of my 20+ year career in complementary therapies in London, Orpington and Whitstable. I practice in the coastal village of Birchington, Kent and specialise in Homeopathy, the benefits of which I am sharing with my local community and the Thanet region. Homeopathy and Nutrition work beautifully together to help manage and reduce the scale of health challenges for the people of Thanet.
Plan B Natural Health is ideally located for those living in Birchington, Westgate, Broadstairs, Margate, St Nicholas and surrounding villages. I also continue to consult with patients from Herne Bay, Beltinge, Whitstable and Canterbury. But don't worry if live outside of the area - we can consult using Skype (read more here).
The practice room is bright, quiet and private, providing a safe and pleasant space for you to share your story. Parking is available or, if you're using public transport, the clinic is a 5 minute walk from the Birchington train station or is served by regular bus routes 34, 38 and 8.
Here's a few reasons why Plan B might interest you:-
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What's different about Plan B?
I think it's fair to say that we have become a nation of pill poppers, expecting the 'magic bullet' to fix all our woes. There is a tablet for just about everything and, as a result, the pharmaceutical industry is enormous, estimated to be worth $1.1bn worldwide in 2017/18. But does it really have all the answers? Chronic physical and mental health numbers would suggest not.
Plan B differs in that I prescribe very few remedies on a short term basis. One of the founding principles of Homeopathy is that of minimum dose. Homeopathy does not need to be repeated long term. It is a safe, economical and ethical approach to your health. I believe that less is more, and that the success of any treatment modality should be judged by how often you need to repeat it. With over 20 years' training and experience in natural health therapies, I can interpret your case through various sets of lens. I am not limited to one approach which makes many complex cases accessible.
One size does not fit all. I believe in an integrated approach to health - that the 'one size fits all' approach as broadly followed in the Western World - has its limitations. Whilst we live longer, it comes with a price tag: often a reduced quality of life with chronic, degenerative and, increasingly, autoimmune illnesses. Equally, I believe that conventional medicine has it's place - I wouldn't want to be without it in an emergency. Diagnostics play a key role in defining what the problem is and surgical advances are truly staggering. I do, though, think the NHS - and its patients - would benefit from the collective experience and wisdom of traditional and complementary therapies. Such a collaboration would save our critically ill NHS time, money and resources which could be invested elsewhere. I think a fresh perspective is long overdue. To quote the great Einstein, "...insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results."
Food for thought: how many people do you know that aren't on any medication? I don't know about you, but I wonder how and when it became the 'norm' to be on multiple, long term medication. I'll leave that disturbing question with you... It is truly staggering to see the bags full of medication dispensed on repeat prescription - per person! And the pharmacies even provide transport to get the drugs to you. We have indeed become a dependent society. I believe the nation's health will improve when we begin to take responsibility for ourselves and, in turn, our health and many other choices.
Did you know … that 'polypharmacy' is newly recognised disease? This is where a patient taking multiple medication and experiencing drug interactions - the drugs are literally making us sick. I am seeing more of this in my practice and I think we have to take a fresh look at what really needs to be cured.
Felicia Foster, BSc (Hons, Hom), LCHE, LCPH (MARH)
Keep Calm and use Homeopathy!
Why not take a natural approach to treating flu?
If your immune system is strong, you're less likely to do flu
Despite the publicity, 'getting' flu is not a foregone conclusion
The reason why some people are affected whereas others don't is susceptibility
Your susceptibility is informed by your medical history and lifestyle
Remember: one size never fits all!
Contact me to discuss how Homeopathy and nutrition can help your immunity