Here at the Special Kids Medical Clinic we want to help all children. We offer full biomedical screening and individualised treatment plans. However if parents do not wish to undertake this we can also offer generalised nutritional advice which will also help their child.
We specialise in children however we also offer prenatal and pregnancy advice to mums. Often when parents see the improvements in their children’s health through biomedical interventions they are keen to investigate medical issues of their own and we are also happy to help with this.
Your child does not need a label to be seen here- we want to offer help to all parents. When you have a concern as a parent it can be frustrating and disheartening to have nowhere to turn to for answers. We are here to help.
No, we are happy to give advice on specific concerns such as sleep issues, bowel issues, skin conditions etc. We also offer prenatal and pregnancy support. Increasingly we are seeing adult patients with a range of medical issues who wish to pursue a nutritional medicine approach to their healing.
Yes. All children are welcome here.
No, unfortunately we do not offer holistic GP care and we do not offer 24 hour a day cover. So you would still need to have your own regular GP. We are happy to communicate with your GP all test results and dietary plans undertaken in our clinic so we can all work together to help your child.
Yes we are happy to help the entire family but this is strictly by appointment only.
We would like to see you face to face for the initial consultation. However as many of our patients travel from distant counties we are happy to Skype/ telephone future consultations where appropriate. We do charge the same for both types of consultations.
We ask that you make an appointment for a Skype/telephone or face to face consultation so we can discuss your questions in depth.
No. The clinic does not undertake chelation therapy.
Unfortunately at this time we are unable to accept GMS card cover. We are happy to discuss payment plans with patients.
As a general practitionner some insurance companies partially reimburse you for GP visits. All consultations are eligible to be claimed on your annual tax return Med1 form.
Patients are seen strictly by appointment only.
We ask you to return this by email or post at least three days prior to your appointment to allow adequate time to review your child’s history.