Teresa Hale: Founder of The Hale Clinic

***image1*** The Hale Clinic was founded by Teresa Hale whose aim is to combine and integrate the principles of conventional and complementary medicine as no one system of medicine has the whole answer to every medical problem.

Great emphasis is placed on preventative medicine as a way of maintaining good health following treatment. The roots of Chinese health care lie in acupuncture and medical herbalism.

In India, Ayurvedic remedies play a large part in treating disease. Homeopathy and herbalism are widely practiced throughout Europe. There is empirical evidence to suggest that all of these methods are effective in combating ill health.

While modern western medicine tends to focus on treating specific illnesses and their symptoms “complementary medicine” takes a broader view and considers factors such as a patient’s diet, temperament, work environment and sleeping habits amongst others when prescribing treatment.

There are over 100 practitioners based at The Hale Clinic, 20 of whom are medical doctors, many of whom are multi-disciplinary. Of the complementary medical therapies practiced at the clinic, some are over 3000 years old and some have been developed within the last 50 years.

For further information contact: www.haleclinic.com

Tel: +44 (0) 870-167-6667

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by Teresa Hale
Teresa Hale founded the Hale Clinic, London in 1987. Teresa Hale is regarded as one of the Worlds leading "Health visionaries". She has played a major role in growth of Complementary Medicine over the last 17 years. The Prince of Wales opened the Clinic officially in 1988 and Teresa has been at the helm as Managing Director ever since