Complementary Therapy


What is Complementary healthcare?

Complementary healthcare is a term used to describe therapies or healthcare approaches that are used in addition to, or alongside conventional care. Some examples of complementary therapy include Acupuncture, Osteopathy, Massage or Counselling.

Contacting a therapist…

You can contact a therapist directly to discuss why you would like an appointment. Make sure you know the full extent of what is involved with the treatment. Ask as many questions as you feel necessary. How many sessions are available? What will I need to wear?

What to expect…

Our therapists will give you an in depth confidential consultation as part of the first treatment. This level of engagement looks at presenting issues with your current health. The therapist will then give you an overview of your course of treatment. On occasion you could be referred to another health professional.

Our Therapists are:

Qualified and Insured affiliated with a professional standards organisation, CNHC or the FHT as mentioned by NHS. They all adhere to ethical and confidential codes of practice