Cotham Chiropractic Clinic0117 946 6200

Robert Clarke

TREATMENTS: Naturopathy, Nutrition, Swedish Massage & Reiki

Robert is Bristol born but widely travelled, having most recently returned from a decade’s spell, practising in Stockholm, Sweden.

He employs a multi-disciplinary approach, graduating from the College of Natural Nutrition, Exeter in 2001 with distinction, under the auspices of Principle Barbara Wren.

Using nutrition, Herbal lore, cleansing techniques, hydration and counselling, Robert has worked with many conditions.

Adding Classic Swedish massage, which is a thoroughly therapeutic feel-good experience whilst utilising the movement of lymph in the body work, to his practice he is even better positioned to bring an entirely holistic approach to all matters of health and the body.

Also obtaining a Reiki qualification Robert is engaging with this healing-hands technique through the transfer of curative energy from himself to his patient.

Ultimately Robert’s principle philosophy is ala Hippocrates: “Heal thyself”

The ability to heal ourselves naturally is always possible, the body never works against us, it doesn’t know how. Therefore we gently assist the body and mind towards their perpetual destiny of good health.

Prices:

Naturopathic Consultation with prescription:
1 hour £40
Swedish massage:
1 hour £40
Reiki:
1 hour £38

To book an appointment with Robert or to discuss further:
Telephone: 0117 3070379 or 07939 488841
Email: robo-clarke@outlook.com
For more information please visit his website:
https://robo-clarke.wixsite.com/health

Opening Times

Monday
8.00AM - 8.00PM
Tuesday
8.00AM - 8.00PM
Wednesday
8.00AM - 8.00PM
Thursday
8.00AM - 8.00PM
Friday
8.00AM - 8.00PM
Saturday
9.00AM - 1.00PM

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Healthcare Tip

Want To Know a Way to Keep Your Back Feeling Great?

Your hamstrings are the muscles at the back of your thighs that help flex the knees and extend the hips. In some people, this group can be very tight which restricts the pelvic movement - this in turn increases the stress on the lumbar spine which causes dysfunctional movement. There are researched links between the the length of the hamstring group and lower back pain. Stretch!!

Posted: 11/04/2019
By: Ben