- Are you struggling with persistent tiredness?
- Are there aches and pains in your muscles and joints
- Are you experiencing “brain fog” or slowness of thinking and concentration?
You don’t need me to tell you that living with issues like these is a struggle on many fronts – physically, emotionally, professionally and socially.
The good news is that there is an effective and fast treatment for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Reverse therapy offers a fast, non-medical treatment (including no dietary change or supplements) and offers the chance to become symptom-free within a matter of weeks.
Effective Treatment of Chronic Fatigue
I can help you get your life back by teaching you to tune into your body’s signals and act on the specific message of your symptoms. This will help to restore balance, variety and enjoyment in your daily life. You don’t need to learn to live with the pain. Why delay when you can get started on your recovery today?
Get started on the road back to full health. Successful treatment of your Chronic Fatigue is likely within only 8 sessions. See what other clients have said:
“Thank you for encouraging me to come. It was scary at first but I just knew it was going to work”
“It has turned my life around and even though I have a way to go, it is the most amazing feeling to be well again”
“Thank you for showing me the way and helping me to get my life back!”
“I’m now as fit as I ever was, socializing and able to do everything CFS once curtailed”
“I owe it all to Reverse Therapy; had I not tried it, I would still be lying in bed”
I am based in Brondesbury Park, London NW2 and I offer a 15 minute free telephone consultation to new clients – contact me now to book yours!
As I am usually in sessions with clients, the best way to contact me is via the form you will find lower down the page.
Send me some details and I will get in touch within 24 hrs to answer any questions, explain more about this treatment and arrange our first session.
I look forward to hearing from you and working with you!
(Dr. Tania Abdulezer)