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Holistic Health at Chase Lodge Hospital in Mill Hill, London

How going to a holistic physician can benefit you in all ways

A blog about Rowena Ronson, our Holistic Physician and Homeopath

We are not a collection of separate bodily systems, disconnected, isolated and unaffected by our emotions and our thoughts. We know from life experience that when we feel stressed, we might get a headache or an upset tummy. We might feel our heart racing or notice other physiological disturbances when we are feeling anxious or bereft. We might notice that we are more susceptible to viruses when we have been pushing ourselves too much and not had the time or resources to look after ourselves. Or we may observe that after an emotional upset, we manifest a physical response as a consequence of our internal imbalance.

When you visit Chase Lodge Hospital’s Holistic Physician, Rowena Ronson, no stone is left unturned in the process. Working on your health holistically involves sharing your past history and your present state of being, on all levels. Rowena will work with you to gain insight into why you are struggling with your current health issues by seeing your life in terms of a timeline of events and circumstances that have created how you express yourself as an individual – mentally, emotionally and physically, in the present.

The relationship is an empowering one, as Rowena will encourage you, with one hundred percent support, to understand and take responsibility for your health, moving yourself forward from “stuckness” and imbalance to a healthier and wiser place within yourself, that is free from the limitations we create by our conditioning and self limiting beliefs about ourselves.

Rowena uses classical homeopathy – a natural and holistic Western system of medicine – in combination with eclectic counseling and life coaching (incorporating Mindfulness, CBT, NLP and TA) and good healthy diet and nutritional advice, when needed, to take you on a journey to reclaim your health potential and recreate the person you want to be, in all ways.

Rowena’s areas of expertise are fertility, pregnancy and birth, children’s health, hormonal imbalances, women’s health, mental and emotional issues, relationship counselling for families and couples, and pathological disturbances for which patients want to work naturally and holistically in combination, or as an alternative to, conventional treatment.

Often people discover Rowena’s approach to health when they have been struggling with repeated prescriptions of, for example, antibiotics or antidepressants, and with issues that are not resolving. It is usually the case that they are looking for a more holistic approach to understand and resolve their imbalances. Many come with young children, as homeopathy is safe, natural and effective in building immunity and preventing illness. Others come when they have reached a crisis in their health on one level or another, and they are looking desperately for change. Mostly, once a family member discovers this holistic approach to maintaining good health in all ways, it becomes their way of viewing their life and they can’t help but tell the other members of their family and friends, as they notice the changes in their well-being.

Chase Lodge Hospital is now offering a three-month introductory package to come and work with Rowena, intensely and holistically, through a well-being revival process. Please email Rowena direct for more information on rowena@evolve2solve.co.uk.

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It Doesn’t Just Happen To Us

This is an article I posted on my own health blog evolve2solve a few months ago and I wanted to share it on Double Take for your thoughts and reflections…..

Rowena J Ronson's Evolve 2 Solve Blog

It Doesn’t Just Happen To Us

By Rowena J Ronson, Holistic Physician

When a cancer diagnosis is given to us, it is most likely to be a tremendous shock. Even if we have been having undiagnosed symptoms for a while, and have visited our doctor several times over a period of months and have been told not to worry; even if we have been referred to a few specialists who have come up with nothing – our first reaction is mostly and unequivocally, shock. The fall from denial to awareness is shocking indeed.

Our second reaction is fear. Fear of the unknown, of the loss of the delusion of certainty that we thought we had, the aloneness of it all. And in our blind panic, our independence and choice are taken from us as we are admitted and filtered, as swiftly as possible, through the system. We can lose our…

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