Keeping Women Healthy, Open Day Prize Winners Annouced, Yummy Winter Recipes and much more....
2012 Paddington Clinic Open Day

Thank you to those who came along to our Open Day! The winners of our prize give-away are as follows:
Congratulations to
Gwen Passier, Scott Wade and Pauline McNulty for winning a 1 hour massage, and the winner of the full diagnostic consult is Susie De Re. Thanks again for coming along!

Fertility expert Mary Melling explains the 3 essential things you must know for fertility success:

1. Why a mother's health is so important and how to achieve the perfect growing environment. 

2. How a man can go "from dud to stud in 90 days"; sperm health is half the problem. 
3. The number one block to conception; "STRESS" and tips on how to become relaxed. 


Check Out Our Latest Healthy Recipes
(We have a Facebook Foodie Friday every week with a new quick, easy and healthy meal idea)

Low-fat Moussaka Rolls
Ginger Chicken Noodle Soup
Pumpkin Risotto
Vegetarian Sung Choi Bao
Cashew & Lentil Patties


Health & Wellness 

This month we are talking about all things women, so grab a cup of tea and settle down to hear about this month's secret women's business.  


Period Problems Explained

In Chinese medicine, it is said that the period is a mirror into a woman's health. Often, menstrual problems are swept under the carpet in our culture. Unfortunately some women may be prescribed the pill to alleviate their symptoms when we believe this only masks the problem and doesn't solve it at its core. Often when women cease taking the pill their problems re-emerge and they have to deal with them at the same time as wanting to start a family. Where possible, it's best to deal with period problems as early as possible in a woman's life because correcting the root of the imbalance will help their overall health, including fertility, for the future.
 Continue reading...

Women’s Hormones and Transition to Menopause

What About Me? The Hidden Cost of Compromise

We all sacrifice parts of ourselves and our lives for the greater good of our value systems. Some women place great value on their home lives and sacrifice huge amounts of themselves in order to adapt to their husband’s agenda, their child’s moods, the routine of the household and the pressures of the workforce. In both men and women, compromise is a noble personal skill as long as it doesn’t negatively impact the health and happiness of the individual. We have far too often seen the detrimental impact imbalanced sacrifice has on people, and have found that it is absolutely necessary to find a place, a time, a retreat that is all yours and to not feel selfish or guilty about being there. Continue reading...

Thank You

A special thanks goes to Jim whittle, Nicole cody, Gemma Sheahan, Annie Spurge, Julie simpson, Jodie Osbaorne, Belinda Siddle, Clare Stephens, Belinda Dale Cort, Kate Kitchin, Kathryn Klotz, Felisa Quah, Joan Willox, and Nadine Thurgate for referring friends and family to the clinic this past month. We appreciate the trust you have in us. For those we may have forgotten, we send a big thank you to you as well. Your support keeps our community alive and helps us continue to do what we love. 
Latest Blogs
A Treatment Not A Treat
Most of us get a massage as a treat, and if we're really lucky, our spouse might give us one at the end of a long hard day. Continue reading...

What Food Do You Need?

If you are experiencing any unusual health symptoms, a nutrient deficiency could be to blame. Below is a list of common nutrient deficiency symptoms and foods you should eat continue reading...

Winter Health Tips
Here are some tips to help you stay fit and healthy through the colder months. Continue reading...

Success Story 

Many thanks for all your help towards bringing my little boy Leiam Thomas into the world!

Your help from preconception throughout the pregnancy and up to the birth was much appreciated.  

Many thanks
Wishing you a great month.
Yours in health,
The team at Paddington Clinic.

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