Respiratory & Ear/Nose/Throat

Respiratory & Ear, Nose & Throat Conditions

You will find the main respiratory and ear, nose and throat conditions we treat detailed on this page.   If you are suffering with an illness or condition outside of those listed please feel free to contact us for more information.

Tonsillitis & Chronic Pharyngitis

Chronic throat conditions such as these are commonly associated with pathogens that tend to hide out in the head area.  The lymphatic glands around your throat do an important job of removing toxins from the body, to fight illness.  However, if your immune system is struggling or you already have an underlying infection(s) then you may experience ‘flare’ ups of the same symptoms over and over again.  We are able to identify the pathogens responsible for your chronic throat symptoms and gradually weaken them to remove them, without the need for invasive procedures.

Typical causal pathogens: Epstein Barr, Haemophilus influenza, Swine Flu, Hepatitis

Chronic Sinusitis, Nasal Polyps, Excessive Mucous, Nasal dripping & ear infections

Viruses love to hide out in the head area.  Unfortunately sometimes our immune system cannot completely kill an invading pathogen and so it simply ‘keeps it under control’.  Unfortunately, when you become run down or there are too many pathogens present the immune system is too stretched to prevent the pathogens from causing symptoms. We can treat such symptoms by identifying the causal pathogens without the need for pharmaceutical drugs or invasive medical procedures.

Typical causal pathogens: Haemophilus influenza, Swine flu, Epstein Barr, Brucella.

Asthmatic Symptoms, Chronic Chest Infections & Chronic Coughing

Sometimes lung-based pathogens are able to get the better of our immune systems and will present a sufferer with chronic symptoms and flare ups.  Asthmatic symptoms can be diagnosed by mainstream medicine at any age as breathing can be compromised along with overall lung health.  Sometimes symptoms are milder and a person may just become aware that they have a persistent cough or are throat clearing regularly.

Typical causal pathogens: Aspergillus, Tuberculinum, Pneumonia, Pertussis, Brucella