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Friendly Online & Face To Face Clinics

Whether your appointment is online or you visit my clinic situated  in the Market Town of Sleaford in Lincolnshire, you will find the experience warm and friendly. 

Online appointments are a great way to access me wherever your location and without leaving the house!, but for those preferring to visit, the clinic has its own parking and wheelchair access.

Booking an appointment is an easy process, with appointments at a variety of convenient times, including evenings and weekends.  

I aim to keep prices affordable and transparent, and offer a variety of payment methods for your convenience.

Available Practitioners

Jane Sanderson BSc (Hons) MNIMH
Founder of Netherlodge Natural Health Clinic

Natural Health Practitioner, Medical Herbalist, Iridologist and Live/Dry Blood Analyst

 

Matt Dolman BSc (Hons) 

Medical Herbalist with particular interest in Male Health, Fibromyalgia, LGBTQ, anxiety, depression and sleep problems.

Where to find us

Address

Netherlodge Natural Health Clinic
16A Holdingham
Sleaford
NG34 8NS

Opening Times

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June D (May 2020) I went to Jane because I had so many illnesses.  I had depression, ME, osteoarthritis, stomach problems, thyroid problems and was struggling with the menopause and I was rattling with June D (May 2020) Scott G (March 2020) I started working with Jane because I was getting to the stage where I had so much time off work I thought I might lose my job.  I was really Scott G (March 2020) Alan. T. July 2020 Migraines are better; so is my digestion.  Looking forward to being able to have Live Blood Analysis now restrictions are being lifted.  Highly recommend Alan. T. July 2020 Teigen. W. July 2020 I can really recommend seeing Jane.  After just a week of speaking to her and taking the herbs, I felt different.  I could concentrate on things and was more motivated.  Teigen. W. July 2020 Angie F. October 2019 Everyone should try Live Blood Analysis! It is truly amazing.  Seeing your blood moving around on the screen and finding out why it behaves the way it does is quite Angie F. October 2019