A face to face consultation is always best;  however at times this is not possible. For those times our team of practitioners is available to provide help and assistance outside normal office hours. Disease does not exclusively afflict us between the hours of 9-5!

To book an appointment call 07802 876678 or email steve@stevekippax.com

Once you have made your consultation appointment and been assessed by one of our practitioners you will be able to register for free membership of Herbs are good. This will give you access to a wider range of mixtures, tinctures and pills under practitioner advice.

Steve has been practising herbal medicine since 1985. He has an MSc in Herbal Medicine, is a Past President of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists and was named as one of the country’s top 20 health gurus by the Daily Telegraph. As well as being a fully trained western herbalist, Steve primarily practises Traditional Chinese Medicine – this provides a different understanding of health, disease, and treatment options to western medicine. While treating all conditions his special areas of interest are digestive problems, gynaecology and fertility, stress, tiredness, and general transient conditions (things like coughs, colds, infections etc.)

Amanda is a Western Medical Herbalist and a member of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists. Having qualified with first class honours in 2009, her practice has grown and developed to include a special interest in fertility and women’s health. Her aim is to treat the whole person not just the symptoms, and integrate meaningful lifestyle changes to support the body’s innate ability to heal itself

Dave is a fully qualified western medical herbalist and member of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists (NIMH), the self-regulating professional body for herbalists in the UK. He graduated from the University of East London with a degree in herbal medicine, gaining clinical experience at Whipps Cross Hospital and the Stratford Centre for Herbal Medicine. Much like a conventional medical degree, his training included a thorough study of anatomy and physiology, pathology, pharmacology and differential diagnosis along with extensive training in clinical skills.