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Vision of Hope Clinic (The)

The Vision of Hope Clinic specialises in Metabolic Protocol, a nutritional approach to wellbeing. The clinic is headed by Dr. Young-Snell who has qualified in conventional medicine over 25 years ago. He trained at Guy’s Hospital Medical School in London and spent much of his NHS career in elderly medicine with a particular interest in Parkinson’s Disease. He set up The Vision of Hope Clinic in Brighton in 2002 in order to concentrate on helping patients using Integrative Medicine.

Set in Brighton, the clinic offers a healing environment, providing support for tumour sufferers who are affected not only physically by their condition but also mentally, emotionally and spiritually.

This clinic is all on the ground floor, with a spacious reception and waiting area, a consultation room, and a comfortable relaxation room looking out onto a garden, which contributes to the calm and restful atmosphere. The Vision of Hope Clinic offers Ozone and Hyperthermia (FIR sauna) sessions, both separately and combined.


The initial consultation is a 2-hour session during which the patient is first seen by Dr. Young-Snell and then by a Natural Nutritionist. The first hour allows Dr. Young-Snell to meet the patient, carry out a detailed medical examination, discuss their situation, answer any questions and propose a customised plan in detail. The second hour with the Natural Nutritionist provides a nourishing regime tailoured specifically to the patient. Review sessions can be periodically arranged to assess progress and adjust your programme accordingly.

New patient consultation costs £250. Follow-up consultations are £100 for 30 mins and £150 for 1 hour sesssions.


Metabolic Treatment, Carctol, Detoxification, Counselling, Nutrition, Ozone Therapy, Liposomal/Oral Vitamin C, Hyperthermia.

Last Updated:04/06/2020
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    Vision of Hope Clinic (The)
    332A Dyke Road, Brighton, BN1 5BB, UK - England (South East)

    +44 1273 232779
    Therapies provided by this provider:

    Hypnosis is a state of deep relaxation and focused concentration.

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    Hyperthermia is the application of concentrated therapeutic heat to treat cancer.

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    Vitamin C Therapy
    Vitamin C can be given intravenously as part of a programme of Metabolic Therapy.

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    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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    Oxygen Therapy
    Oxygen therapy introduces substances into the body that are supposed to release oxygen.

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