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Andre Young-Snell MBBS

The Vision of Hope Clinic
Work 332 Dyke Road Brighton East Sussex BN1 5BB United Kingdom Work Phone: 907-563-2372 Work Fax: +44 (0) 1273 232779 Website:


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Dr Andre Young Snell M.B.B.S.

Dr Young-Snell qualified in conventional medicine over fifteen years ago. He trained at Guy’s Hospital Medical School in London. After much deliberation, he decided to set up his own clinic so he could specialise in Metabolic Protocol.

He has covered many fields in his medical career at some of the UK’s top hospitals. The list includes Addenbrookes, Whipps Cross, Barts, Brighton and Guys, all of which contain world-class surgeons and doctors.

Dr Young-Snell has had a thorough grounding in all aspects of medicine, including tumour care, general medicine and surgery. Throughout his career as a ‘conventional’ doctor he has headed top hospital emergency teams, taught and provided guidance to junior doctors, run clinics, deciphered and coordinated patient management and, when time allowed, provided NHS hospital locums.

Dr Young-Snell’s unique personality and patient rapport, alongside his medical experience and knowledge, make this clinic one of the most open and honest in the country.



The Vision of Hope Clinic is a nutritional clinic situated in the beautiful seaside city of Brighton. Our small but highly experienced team comprises:

Dr Andre Young-Snell – Doctor
Kirsten Chick – Natural Nutritionist
Carrie Harris Life Coach, Hypnotherapist, NLP, EFT, Meditation and Louise Hay Teacher


Such disciplines hold a vital role in the healing process of the patient. Patients are affected not only physically by their condition, but also mentally, emotionally and spiritually. By acting upon all of these areas, we are able to offer a unique healing environment by providing the care each patient needs.


We offer support on many levels, from goalsetting and hypnotherapy to yoga and a place to come and stay, as if on holiday or retreat. Cookery demonstrations can also be arranged for those needing more inspiration in the kitchen, and there are regular talks on nutrition. See above and/or contact the clinic for more information.

Metabolic Protocol

The Vision of Hope Clinic specialises in Metabolic Protocol, a nutritional approach to wellbeing. Research has shown that many of today’s serious disorders are related with dysfunctional diet and the way the body processes what we put into it.
The Vision of Hope Clinic offers the latest non-toxic, metabolic protocols.

Nutrition has been the subject of some of the most successful research with regards to chronic disease. We model our clinic on such research and studies to obtain the tremendous results of similar clinics across the world, and receive patients with a wide variety of conditions and illnesses.


Ozone and Hyperthermia (FIR Sauna)


The Vision of Hope Clinic offers Ozone and Hyperthermia (FIR sauna) sessions, both separately and combined.


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Liposomal Vitamin C


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The Clinic

This clinic is all on the ground floor, with a spacious reception and waiting area, a consultation room, and a comfortable relaxation room looking out onto a beautiful garden, which contributes to the calm and restful atmosphere.

There is off road parking for several vehicles, a bus stop close by and a park within walking distance. The clinic is situated on Dyke Road, with easy access by car or bus to central Brighton, the seafront and the Downs.


Getting to Brighton is simple whether by rail, road, sea or air.

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By Road:
1. From London and Gatwick travel down the M23/A23 past the stone pillars marking he Brighton boundary. Follow signs for the A27 to Hove and Worthing.

2. From the A27 take the Devils Dyke exit to Hove.

3. At the roundabout take the 2nd exit into Dyke Road Avenue.

4. Continue along Dyke Road Avenue which merges into Dyke Road

5. Number 332 Dyke Road is on the left hand side of the road opposite Woodruff Avenue. A VISION OF HOPE plaque is on the outside of the clinic facing the road

By Rail:
Brighton has excellent rail links from all over the country.

A fast and frequent train service operates from London Victoria to Brighton station. The journey takes about 55 minutes. The clinic is about 3 minutes from Brighton station where taxis are readily available.

Preston Park station is 1mile away from the clinic.
Hove station is 4 miles away from the clinic.

For all rail enquiries please telephone 08457 48 49 50 (National Rail Enquiries) or see Railtrack (

By Coach:
National Express – telephone 08705 808080
Jet Link – telephone 08705 757747
They both share the web site:

By Air:
London’s Gatwick Airport is connected by direct train to Brighton station. The journey from the airport either by car or by train takes about 30 minutes. In addition, London Stansted, London City Airport and Heathrow are all less than two hours away.

By Sea:
Hoverseed ( operates a two hour Seacat service between Dieppe and Newhaven. There are sailings daily the during peak season, plus a weekly, year round classic ferry service with Transmanche Ferries ( Brighton is approximately 25 minutes by road or rail from Newhaven. The Channel Tunnel ( and other major ports e.g. Dover, Folkestone, Portsmouth and Southampton – are between one and two hours away by motorway.

Have a safe journey!

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