The EN:SPIRE Clinic

                   The UK’s first Sport and Dance RED-s, Overtraining and Eating Disorder Specific recovery clinic. 

We are bringing together Endocrinology and Nutrition, at our Specialist Practice in Restoring Equilibrium. 
The aim of the clinic is to act as a one stop shop helping you to get back to your sport or dance discipline as a mentally and physically more resilient individual. 
Operating from Bath and now London, this unique service means you can build your package around your needs, guided by our expert team. 
We offer joint endocrine and nutritional assessments providing you with information about your physical health while providing you with practical strategies to restore equilibrium in the form of:
  • Bespoke nutritional counselling and behaviour management.
  • Referral for and reporting of blood tests and DXA scans as medically indicated. 
  • Access to onsite physiotherapist and Strength and conditioning. 
  • Injury rehab packages based on blood biomarkers.
  • Discussion with coach to help you with a phased return back to training. 
"I can’t thank both Nicky and Renee enough for what they have done for me. Physically I am stronger than I have ever been, mentally happier than I have been in so many years and my times are starting to reflect this too! I have had 6 months of no running due to a catalogue of stress fractures and this for me was the turning point. Over this time I have worked closely with both and restored my weight to a more healthier figure and can’t believe how good I feel for it; I returned to running 8 weeks ago and am already running the times I was before the break. Yes I have been cross training to maintain my base fitness but have cut my training volume in half, increased my weight and have rekindled my love for the sport which was something I feel I had lost. It really does show that lighter doesn’t always mean faster!! But, more than that I feel I have found my love for life again!"
- Charlotte Monk


While we respect your confidentiality, we have a policy that if we believe you are at risk to yourself or others, we have a duty of care to contact your GP without your consent.