Medical Doctor – Anthroposophic
Anthroposophic doctors are all conventionally trained Physicians with additional training in the use and prescribing of anthroposophical medicine.
Anthroposophic Medicine is integrative medicine. It is rooted in the science-based medicine of the present, but takes into account the whole human being in its method, diagnosis and therapy. It pays equal attention to the body, soul and spirit of the patient, recognizing the person’s unique biography.It has been particularly effective at helping people with complex and long-term health problems whilst also offering a preventative approach to health care. Consultations with the doctor sometimes include recommendations for supporting treatments, for example Rhythmical Massage, Therapeutic Art, Eurythmy or Counselling.
Anthroposophic Medicine was established by Dr. phil. Rudolf Steiner and Dr. med. Ita Wegman in 1920. Since then it has been continuously developed further in hospitals and by independent doctors. It is now practised in over 60 countries. The therapeutic system is a multiprofessional one, with shared concepts for diagnosis and therapy.
More information about Anthroposophic Medicine https://www.anthroposophicmedicine.org.uk/
To see more on how anthroposophical doctors are trained see http://www.anthroposophic-drs-training.org/anthroposophic-medicine/
Pain Care – Rheumatology
Pain forms an important part of human experience and survival. When it occurs due to injury, it can make sense to us. However, if pain persists or when pain occurs without an obvious cause, it can easily become unsettling and threatening.
Rheumatic conditions are often characterised by pain and/or stiffness felt in our limbs and/or spine. They can be due to relatively well understood diseases, such as osteo- and rheumatoid arthritis, but also less well understood conditions such as
Holistic medical consultations are available at the Elysia Centre with a fully qualified and registered Consultant Rheumatologist, Dr Rainer Klocke.
This service is available for those with difficult pain or stiffness in joints, muscles, neck and/or back (e.g. due to arthritis, fibromyalgia or spondylosis).
Dr. Klocke is currently available for new patient or follow-up consultations via Zoom or telephone. For all enquiries or to arrange an appointment, please contact [email protected]