FAQ

Which conditions do you treat?

Do you treat children?

Do I have to tell my GP/specialist that I am being seen at Quantum Clinic?

Why can’t you see me?

Is your clinic regulated?

Should I continue my conventional medical treatment?

Can you cure my condition?

I have cancer. Can you help me?

Is the clinic accessible for patients with a mobility impairment?

Do you use intravenous therapies?

Which conditions do you treat?

Dr Tavakkoli now sees only people with cancer. All the appointment sessions are required for people with cancer and unfortunately she is unable to see any patients with non-cancer related problems.

Do you treat children?

Dr Tavakkoli is an adult physician and unfortunately is not licensed to see children. You must be over the age of 18.

Do I have to tell my GP/specialist that I am being seen at Quantum Clinic?

Ideally your healthcare providers should be aware that you are seeking or using an additional approach, however since this is a private clinic, it is your decision whether to inform your doctors.

Dr Tavakkoli is happy to communicate with your GP or specialist if you wish.

Whether you decide to inform your other healthcare providers or not, we must have access to your previous investigation results and consultation notes/letters, so that Dr Tavakkoli is fully informed about your condition prior to seeing you.

Why can’t you see me?

The services at Quantum Clinic are available for adult patients with active or treated cancer. Unfortunately if you fall into any of the following groups, Dr Tavakkoli will not be able to see you:

  • Under 18
  • Pregnancy
  • Acute illness

Dr Tavakkoli does not provide an emergency out of hours service and your acute medical needs must always be taken to your normal GP or hospital consultant, or by contacting emergency services if necessary.

Is your clinic regulated?

Yes, Quantum Clinic is regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). For more information on CQC’s role, please see: www.cqc.org.uk.

Dr Tavakkoli is on the specialist register of the General Medical Council (GMC) and undergoes annual appraisals and revalidation to demonstrate that she meets the criteria as stipulated by the GMC for all medical doctors.

Should I continue my conventional medical treatment?

The therapies offered at Quantum Clinic can be used alongside your conventional medical treatment. Dr Tavakkoli does not recommend stopping or altering your conventional treatment without first discussing this with your GP or specialist.

Can you cure my condition?

We offer a different approach but cannot make any claim of cure for any condition. Even in Conventional Medicine, few conditions can actually be cured. Most of the time, conventional medical treatment aims to manage or control a disease, or at least slow its natural progression. At Quantum Clinic our approach is to address the underlying causes of your condition. Our aim will always be to eliminate or reduce these as much as practically possible. We believe that our approach offers you a greater likelihood of achieving long term wellbeing than an allopathic (conventional) approach alone.

I have cancer. Can you help me?

Like other chronic conditions, people with cancer can have underlying issues that are often not addressed with conventional management alone. We consider the following to be essential in any chronic disease and especially cancer:

  1. Removing anything that could be causing chronic inflammation in your body,

    2.  Ensuring that your cells have an adequate supply of essential micronutrients.

Our cancer programme is designed to achieve the above, and much more besides. Our support programme may be used alongside your conventional medical or surgical treatment. We do not recommend stopping or altering your conventional treatment without first discussing this with your oncologist.

Please note that Dr Tavakkoli is not an oncologist and cannot claim any cure for cancer. However our approach does address factors that we consider to be critical and that are not always addressed within Conventional Medicine.

The responsibility of the medical treatment of your cancer remains with your medical team. Your medical monitoring should also continue to be arranged through your existing medical team.

Is the clinic accessible to patients with a mobility impairment?

Quantum Clinic is fully accessible interiorly for those with disabilities, however unfortunately the entrance to the clinic is not suitable for wheelchair users.

Do you use intravenous therapies?

Dr Tavakkoli offers intravenous vitamin C infusions where appropriate. She combines this with locoregional hyperthermia for maximal effect.