Frequently Asked Questions
New patients can book appointments online for Dr Shami, Jessica Singh or Sue Jones, here.
- What’s the difference between a regular GP and an Integrative GP?
An Integrative GP is a fully qualified and practising General Practitioner with extra training and expertise in nutritional and environmental medicine and hence practises holistically.
- List of Conditions treated?
Gut symptoms e.g. bloating, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Constipation, Diarrhoea, Abdominal Cramps
Anxiety and Depression
Female Hormonal Imbalances
Chronic Diseases for example Diabetes and Hypertension
Difficulty losing weight
Dr Shami is able review any other enquiries. Please send an email to reception outlining your condition if not listed above.
- What’s a holistic Psychiatrist?
A medically trained doctor who has specialised in Psychiatry and uses a holistic approach to manage mental illnesses by teaching meditation, mindfulness, encouraging exercise and a healthy diet. Dr Sinha is trained in psychotherapies and offers compassionate focused therapy sessions for his clients.
- Do I need a GP referral for the specialists?
Dr Karan Sinha, our Consultant Psychiatrist, will review all referrals prior to accepting new patients. Once a referral has been received, a patient will receive a phone call from the clinic about the outcome of the referral.
- How does the Dietitian practise?
Jessica Singh will see clients for 60 minutes for the initial review. She requests patients complete her questionnaire which includes a weekly food diary prior to the first appointment. The review appointments can be either 30 minutes or 60 minutes. She doesn’t offer programs.
7. What are the smoking cessation session fees?