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About Us
 
At the ME Treatment Clinic we have several highly qualified therapists including the founders of the clinic, David and Deborah.
 
David Grinnell
BEng (Hons) MSc (Hons) C.Hyp CP.NLP
 
Having studied at Nottingham and Leeds Universities whilst recovering from ME/CFS David went on to teach Science and treat sufferers of the illness. His scientific background has led to the development of an evidence based approach within the practice, thus enabling the evaluation of the research available into ME/CFS and the establishment of the efficacy of the different techniques at hand. He has also been able to apply the same system to his own experiences of alternative medicine and so ascertain effective practice. Today he still uses his scientific approach to evaluate what is appropriate for an individual patient. Even with his extensive scientific background he is still known for his warm and friendly approachable manner.
 
David is a highly qualified Curative Hypnotherapist, an NHS Trusts’ Association Complementary Practitioner (www.nhsta.org.uk), a member of the NHS Directory of Complementary and Alternative Therapists (www.nhsdirectory.org) and a member of the General Hypnotherapy Standards Council (www.ghsc.co.uk.)
 
 
 
 
Deborah Mills
BA(Hons) PGCE D.Hyp
 
Deborah is a graduate of English and has spent many years as a secondary school teacher and college lecturer. Motivating students and helping them to deal with anxiety, stress and many other challenges and obstacles led to her current study and practice within the ME Treatment Clinic. She has extensive experience in successfully treating a range of anxiety and stress related conditions as well as treating ME/CFS.
 
Deborah is a highly qualified Clinical Hypnotherapist, an NHS Trusts’ Association Complementary Practitioner (www.nhsta.org.uk), a member of the NHS Directory of Complementary and Alternative Therapists (www.nhsdirectory.org) and a member of the General Hypnotherapy Standards Council (www.ghsc.co.uk.)
 
 
 
 
 

Latest Research

Central nervous system abnormalities in fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome: new concepts in treatment.

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Childhood trauma and risk for chronic fatigue syndrome: association with neuroendocrine dysfunction.

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Chronic fatigue syndrome and the central nervous system.

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Immunological aspects of chronic fatigue syndrome.

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Customizing treatment of chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia: the role of perpetuating factors.

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Normalization of leaky gut in chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is accompanied by a clinical improvement: effects of age, duration of illness and the translocation of LPS from gram-negative bacteria.

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Negative perfectionism increases the risk of fatigue following a period of stress.

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Alternative medical interventions used in the treatment and management of myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia.

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