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The Mendip Suite

The Mendip suite is a private practice clinic, incorporated into the new surgery at Pudding Pie Lane.  Our fully qualified complementary therapists offer a wide range of services to suit individual needs.  Some of the treatments include:   hypnotherapy, counselling, clinical psychology and CFS/ME. See below for a full list of services currently available.

Conveniently situated just off the A38, yet in a tranquil rural setting, the Mendip Suite welcomes you into a relaxing and comfortable waiting area, where you can enjoy complimentary refreshments whilst looking forward to the personal care and attention you will receive from our dedicated therapists.

For more information about services or to book an appointment please contact any of the practitioners listed below to discuss how we might help you. 
If you would like more information about the full range of service on offer, please call into or contact us on 01934 839820.

Mendip Suite waiting room

CFS/ME Paediatric Clinic - Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases
For children. Carol Slater via RUH. GP referral to Heather Hill at RUH on 01225 473425

Counselling (Individuals & Couples)  - Sally Walters
01275 792056

Positive Step - Supporting Wellness in North Somerset

NHS Psychological therapies.

Hypnotherapy and E.F.T. - Alison Becker D.Hyp (MBSCH) CP.AMT
For further information click here or here.
01934 843382 / 07715286606

Leg Ulcer Clinic - District Nursing Team (North Somerset Community Partnership)
Contact NSCP District Nurses on 01934 852829

Osteopathy  - Peter Everett
01934 844764

Podiatry -  Jacqui Coulson  click here for more information
01934 835858

Podiatry - NHS service provided by North Somerset Community Partnership

Referals via GP.

Sue White  -  Private Physiotherapist

For appointments Please Ring - 01275 790509

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