Michael Pook trades as The Castle Clinic and is committed to providing natural therapies for your good health and well-being.
As a graduate of The British Institute of Homeopathy, Michael was awarded a fellowship for his commitment to the healing art of Homeopathic medicine.
Michael has a thriving practice treating patients around the globe and he is keen to share his knowledge with his patients.
He is qualified in his chosen fields, registered with the appropriate professional bodies and fully insured.
Michael is currently holding clinics on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10am to 5 pm. All consultations are conducted via telephone, ‘WhatsAPP’ video call or email, but appointments must be booked in advance.
Homeopathy, Homeopathy & Radionics
Michael also has a a Diploma in Osteopathy and is the Retired Principal of The Midlands School of Massage & Manipulative Therapy and is a member of The Royal Society of Medicine.
Volunteer PA to Michael Pook
Sian undertook nurse training in Leeds & Nottingham followed by 20 years in paediatric nursing ultimately specialising in cleft lip and palate care. After leaving nursing she gained a first class honours degree from Nottingham Trent university and started work with Michael. Her knowledge and background together with Remedial Massage Training at The Midlands School of Massage gives her an excellent insight into pathology, musculo-skeletal problems and treatment options. Sian will continue to monitor emails and telephone calls whilst Michael adds the finishing touches to his ‘working from home’!
Lucy joined the team part time in 2016, working in reception and helping with admin and accounts. Prior to this she spent 7 years working with dairy cows, where she witnessed the power of homeopathy. Several short courses in homeopathy for animals followed to increase her knowledge and understanding of this vast subject. She has now completed her foundation Diploma in Homeopathy and is in her 3rd year of study. Planning for student (supervised) clinics is in progress so that Lucy will be able to see patients in clinic – watch this space! At home she has a collection of beef cattle and poultry who often end up in mischief. Lucy is an accomplished musician holding the LTCL performance diploma for saxophone.
Now the Ruddington clinic has closed its doors Lucy is able to concentrate fully on her farm animals and studies and we hope to be able to promote her practice in the near future.