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Helios Medical Centre
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The Helios Medical Centre’s approach to treatment includes conventional, anthroposophical and homeopathic medicine. They encourage the patient to be involved in their own treatment in the form of movement therapy, art therapy, massage and counselling.

Helios has opted in to research projects and work with several university hospitals, including Bristol University. Patients are invited to be involved in these studies to help improve healthcare for the future: CANDID, MIR, Comet, BARAK-D, Duty, STAMP -2.

Specialisms:

Counselling.
Eurythmy therapy of gentle, mindful exercises to harmonise body, soul and spirit.
Art therapy through clay or paint or drawing.



Last Updated:25/08/2020
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    Helios Medical Centre
    17 Stoke Hill, Stoke Bishop, Bristol, BS9 1JN, UK

    +44 (0)11 7962 6060 reception@gp-l81622.nhs.uk http://www.heliosbristol.co.uk
    Therapies provided by this provider:

    Mistletoe Therapy
    Mistletoe therapy was developed as an adjunct to cancer treatment in Switzerland in 1917-20, in the collaboration between Dr I Wegman MD and Dr Rudolf Steiner PhD (1861-1925).

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    Counselling
    Seeing a counsellor or psychotherapist, who is trained and experienced at working with cancer patients, can help you and others close to you deal with the emotional impact of a cancer diagnosis and help to make sense of the many emotions that you are experiencing.

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    Massage
    Massage is the practice of manipulating, applying pressure, and rubbing or stroking soft tissue and skin to promote physical and mental relaxation, well-being, and circulation.

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