What are Complementary Therapies?
Complementary therapies are alternative therapies that can be used along with medical treatment to help the patient feel better. No one should begin a complementary therapy without speaking with his or her physician.
I take a holistic view of health (i.e. viewing the whole person, not just a particular part of them, as often happens in mainstream medicine) taking into account all symptoms, individual preferences, lifestyle and family history.
Many people who have tried my therapies find that complementary therapies are very helpful to them in a number of ways. People feel more positive about themselves and about their illness. They may be able to cope better with physical symptoms and side effects of treatment, and with the complex and often distressing emotions that a serious illness can bring.
I am very supportive of my clients choices and always recommend if they are unsure about anything we discuss to speak to there own Doctor.
I always discuss the treatment at the end of the session and often the client will relax and lie quietly and thoughtfully through the treatment and chat at the end.
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