Warrington low dose naltrexone clinic

WarringtonLow dose naltrexone clinic

Welcome to the WarringtonLow dose naltrexone clinic

Professional and friendly service by medically qualified staff. Video appointments in the comfort of your own home and support available whenever you need it to help you along the way with your weight loss journey.

Welcome to the Warrington low dose naltrexone clinic

447 Manchester Rd, Paddington, Warrington WA1 3TZ, UK

Visit by appointment only.
Call 0800 995 6036 to book now.

What to expect when you visit

With 150 combined years of experience between them, our team is here to help you through every step of your low dose naltrexone treatments treatment. All of our clinics are CQC accredited.

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Clinic opening hours

09:00 - 20:00
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Frequently asked questions

Naltrexone is a drug that has been used for many years to treat addiction to opioids and alcohol. At high doses, it blocks the effects of these substances in the brain. However, at low doses, it has been shown to have incredibly effective anti-inflammatory effects.

LDN binds to certain receptors in the body that are involved in regulating the immune system, such as the Toll-like receptor 4 (TLR4) and the opioid growth factor receptor (OGFr). By binding to these receptors, LDN can reduce inflammation and as a result, will boost the body’s endorphin and encephalin (hormones) levels. These hormones are important to relieve pain and irritation. LDN comes in the form of oral capsules.

If you suffer from any of the following conditions, disorders, or diagnoses, and your current treatment is not effective, we can offer an initial consultation about your LDN journey:

  • Crohn’s disease
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Chronic Pain
  • Psoriasis 
  • Long covid 
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis 
  • Multiple Sclerosis 
  • Hashimoto’s
  • Other Autoimmune disease

We can only advise LDN for conditions where it has been proven to work. If you are unsure, call us today to speak to one of our LDN specialists.

We cannot prescribe Low Dose Naltrexone for those who:

  • have had organ transplants and take immunosuppressive medications. 
  • have known liver disease.
  • Are pregnant or breastfeeding.

Side effects may come in the first few weeks of taking Low Dose Naltrexone but should subside as your body gets used to the medication and your prescription is titrated. Many people who use LDN do not report any side effects.

These side effects may include:

  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Vivid dreams
  • Headaches

Those who have certain thyroid conditions involving the immune system may require dose adjustments in thyroid medication.

Speak to Bodyline clinical team – LDN specialist Doctors or Nurses, if this is something you are concerned about.

It couldn’t be easier to start your journey with us here at Bodyline. All you need to do is call our dedicated team on 0800 995 6036 to book your initial appointment. 

Our team will talk you through the LDN supported treatment process and how it may work depending on where you live in the country. They may ask you questions about your condition to make sure LDN is the right path for you.

You do not need a GP’s referral letter to be treated by Bodyline. You do need to have tried medical treatments for the condition which have not been effective.

It takes 3 months for us to build up the level of LDN and titrate your prescription. After that, the effects of LDN will continue for as long as you stay on the medication.

For the first 18 weeks on the Bodyline’s LDN journey, you will have regular reviews and support. This allows you plenty of opportunity to speak to our specialists about concerns, side effects and wider wellbeing conditions. This support includes support calls with our LDN support specialist and also Clinical Consultations with an LDN specialist nurse / doctor.
Following the initial three-month period and once your prescription has been titrated, you will be provided with prescriber consultations every three months to ensure you are happy on your LDN journey.
Clinical review and prescription requirements after week 18 will take place 12 weeks thereafter.

Bodyline Clinic offers tailor made treatments across a broad range of wellness solutions to suit each patient uniquely. The nurse led support and bespoke treatments allow us to help you with the health problems you suffer from directly, while giving you the place you need to get advice, guidance and motivation along your wellness journey.

We have had incredible success with our LDN services so far, aiding patients who suffer from treatable conditions. They have reported great success with LDN, with life changing results.

Please enquire for prices of our LDN consultation, support, and medications. All you need to do is call free our dedicated team on 0800 995 6036 to enquire.

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