The Taymount Clinic – Nutritional Therapist Opportunities
Are you a Therapist / Practitioner / Coach who would like to enter our awards and get more exposure for your work?
We have a category this year specially for you and we are thrilled that The Taymount Digestive Health Clinics who are recognized across the world as leading the way with FMT – Faecal Microbiota Transplant are the sponsor for this category in the 2016 JANEY LOVES Platinum Awards.
Enid and Glenn Taylor want to assist us in recognizing the best of the best in natural health and wellbeing. You can click on the link to enter and pay by card or contact us if you would like to be invoiced. We have some awesome judges this year including Zoe Ball, Carrie Grant, Jo Wood, Dr Marilyn Glenville and Lynne McTaggart and while it’s unlikely that the judges will be ableto experience all the therapists / practitioners who enter, you can send us some information about the work that you do and some case studies / recent testimonials.
We are delighted that The Taymount Clinic are sponsoring this category (you can read more about their pioneering work later) but we are also excited to announce that they are looking for a Qualified Nutritionist.
Are you a qualified nutritionist (ideally with colon hydrotherapy training) looking for an amazing opportunity to be trained in FMT?
The Taymount Clinic have recently launched their Taymount FRESH START Program (FSP) which is a complete program consisting of up to 8 hours of 1-to-1 time with a personal FMT Nutritional Therapist. Made up of a five-day program of three preparatory colon lavages to achieve a clean colon, followed by three FMT implants. The FSP is designed to help repopulate the gut with healthy gut flora – effectively like laying new healthy turf and border flowers in a garden, and then being shown exactly what fertilisers to use to get the best growth and weed control.
The Taymount Clinic is expanding rapidly, and as such, the UK has an opening for a number of Nutritional Therapists at their new location in Letchworth Garden City, Hertfordshire.
To be considered you must have a Nutritional qualification and ideally Colonic Hydrotherapy but professional training can be given for this and full certificated FMT training is given in order to offer treatments to patients from across the globe.
The package includes good rates of pay depending on experience and qualifications. Location is a fabulous new, state-of-the-art clinic premises in Letchworth Garden City, Hertfordshire. Clinic hours are: Monday to Friday, 9 to 5.30 pm. 4 weeks’ holiday per year and NEST Pension.
For more information on the Taymount Digestive Health Clinic, treatments and the job description, please visit: http://taymount.com/all/join-our-team
Closing date for applications is Sunday 31st July
Read more about The Taymount Clinic:
The Taymount Clinic, Hertfordshire, UK, is known worldwide as a specialist centre for providing Faecal Microbiota Transplant (FMT) procedures for the replacement of good and healthy intestinal bacteria in situations where unbalanced gut bacteria are thought to play a significant part. FMT is the re-stocking of gut bacteria from a health and disease-free source, to create what is described as more normal, healthier bacterial levels. Faecal Microbiota Transplants are rapidly becoming the preferred treatment for many gut related diseases and chronic conditions. The clinic provides FMT treatment to normalise gut bacteria in patients with Clostridium difficile infection and have also replaced gut bacteria in patients with Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (IBD) such as Crohn’s disease and Ulcerative Colitis, post-antibiotic Dysbiosis and food intolerance cases.
However, it is not always about a specific disease condition or a known diagnosed illness. All around us, we are witness to an increasing number of people who do not have a formal diagnosis but who have a general feeling of bloating, sluggishness and general gut issues which are not directly related to a specific illness, but more to lifestyle factors including stress, post-holiday illness, antibiotic treatments, and today’s chaotic lifestyles and eating habits.