Selina Hatherley RSHom
Some of your symptoms may be
As a Vega practitioner, I can use this simple test to help identify which substances are causing problems.
Vega testing can also test for sensitivity to substances such as pollens and chemicals.
You may or may not have some idea of the food or food groups that cause you a problem. However, it is really useful to keep a food diary for at least a week before your appointment
Testing for intolerance
The Vega Test method uses two hand electrodes – one the patient holds, the other is a testing “pen” used by the practitioner. Both electrodes are attached to the Vega machine.
Vials of substances – food, drink, chemical etc – are put into the machine while the practitioner presses the testing pen onto an acupressure point on the patient’s hand.
The response of the patient’s body to each substance is determined by change in electro-magnetic conductivity and shown on the machine’s voltage meter.
Once problematic substances have been identified, we will discuss whether they need to be avoided, or whether combinations of foods may need to be changed or avoided.
I will usually give a homeopathic remedy to help with the symptoms you are experiencing. It is useful that you keep a food diary for a month and note any changes, until the next appointment, when we will review.
Always check with your GP if you have any concerns about your health
Fees for homeopathy and/or Vega testing
First appointment approx 60 minutes
children (under 14) - £50.00
Follow up appointment approx 30 minutes
children (under 14) - £35.00
All fees are inclusive of remedies
Should you need to cancel or change your appointment with less than 24 hours notice, there is a cancellation fee of £25