St Matthew's Clinic
116 Ramsden Square
Thierry grew up in an environment with an awareness of natural ways of healing. However, his interest in health started after he suffered from a severe form of arthritis that almost crippled him.
After seeing successfully a homeopath in France, he decided to study how the body & mind work, and then, homeopathy, herbs and nutrition. The rest is history. Thierry Clerc practices clinical homeopathy in Cambridge, England.
Clinical Homeopathy is widely used on the continent, including by homeopathic doctors in France, and by Heilpraktikers in Germany. Thierry Clerc is also a certified metabolic balance coach . He provides this weight loss programme to his customers in Cambridge.
. His therapeutic approach is based on homeopathy, with a mix of herbs, nutrition and life-style changes.
Thierry has an extensive scientific curriculum. He strives to bring scientific rigour in the case analysis, alongside care in the healing process.
Training, qualifications & experience
Licentiate of Homeopathy (CPH)
Member of the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths (MARH) and the Register of Homeopaths (RHom)
IAH Certificate - Homotoxicology
Editor & Moderator at Hpathy.com, the biggest homeopathic magazine in the world.
Health Practitioner - Cambridge (England)
Nutrition & Allergy Consultant
BSc Mechanics (Université Nancy I)
Specialised MSc, Electro-Mechanics (ENSEM, France )
Master of Management (ESCP Europe Business School)
Other available therapies
Rates & Long-Term Package
Initial Consultation: £80
Concessions rate apply
The fees above do not include remedies, herbs or supplements. A support plan will be provided at the end of your appointment, and can be purchased directly after the session.
Approved Private Medical Insurance Companies
If you have a policy with a British or International health insurer, then our services may be funded by your insurance provider. Check here for more information on how to fund your treatment:
For any further information, please check: http://www.thierry-health.com.
If you have been diagnosed with or suspect you may have a pre-existing medical condition you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.
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