Dr Sally Moorcroft has 20 years of clinical experience and is qualified in functional and integrative medicine. She is a graduate of the AFMCP course and member of the Institute of Functional Medicine, currently working on her certification.
With a life-long interest and passion in food as medicine this is the foundation of her clinical practice. She holds a BSc (Hons) in Herbal Medicine and 5 years post graduate training in medical homeopathy (MFHom); as well as qualifications in medical acupuncture and bio-identical hormone therapy.She writes for national publications, has worked with Channel 4 on health programmes, and lectures and teaches nationally on integrative and functional medicine.
She runs a busy private practice within Orchard Barn Integrative Health Centre, with a special interest in women’s health, perimenopause and menopause. She coordinates a team of practitioners and is a director and founder of the clinic. In addition, she is a tutor and guest lecturer at the National Centre for Integrative Medicine, Bristol.