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Somerset Health Practice

Providing Osteopathy, Herbal Medicine, & Acupuncture.  Also Shockwave Therapy, Platelet Rich Plasma and Prolotherapy injections, Cranial Sacral Therapy, Custom Designed Orthotics, and Diagnostics Ultrasound and Pressure Plate Systems for Gait Analysis.

Effective at treating acute pain, musculoskeletal problems including arthritis, tendon and ligament damage, digestive complaints, skin disorders, menstrual and infertility issues, sleeping problems, depression, stress and more.

Matthew Jackson BSc(Hons)Ost, Dip.Ac/Chm (China), Pg Dip CHM (OBS/GYN) Pg Cert US (MSK), BMUS, MRCHM is the clinical director of Somerset Health Practice, a natural health and wellbeing clinic for the whole family.  He is also the clinical lead of Expert Herbalist, a collection of the clinics most effective herbal formulas combining ancient wisdom with the latest research.

The Somerset Health practice provide some private clinics from our premises.  For full details, please see their website -



Counselling, Psychotherapy and Hypnosis

Lina Morton MSc(Counselling), BSc(Hons)Psych, Cert. Ed., MBACP, MBPs, MBSCAH(Accred), Member of NHS Directory of Complementary and Alternative Practitioners.

An experienced Integrative therapist  offering professional support using Psychodynamic, Humanistic, Cognitive-behavioural and  Mindfulness  theoretical approaches to help people  achieve a broad range of objectives.





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