The late Margaret Hills, SRN, trained at St Stephen's Hospital, London. She developed osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis as a young woman, but went on to finish her nurse's training, marry, have eight children and pursue a long career as an industrial nurse. She developed her own method of natural treatment for arthritis, clearing all her symptoms and subsequently opened her Clinic in the early 1980s by public demand. Many thousands of people worldwide contacted her for advice on how to alleviate their symptoms of arthritis.
Christine Horner, ECNP, is a Nutritional Medicine practitioner and, having gained valuable experience working alongside Margaret for many years, was able to continue the work of the Clinic on her mother's retirement. Her constant research for safe ways to overcome the debilitating pain her patients are suffering has led her to adding photobiomodulation using coherent cold laser light, and adaptive electrotherapy, InterX, Scenar and Cosmodic, to help improve tissue repair, reduce inflammation and restore the body's homoeostasis so as to regain health and mobility as quickly as possible.