Holistic treatment

What is a Holistic treatment?

A Holistic treatment is ideal for anyone, whether just for a body balance, to help you relax or to

help with a chronic or actute illness or injury.


Various techniques may be used to to promote healing and to get the body back into balance; not just in the

problem area but for the whole body and mind. Many chronic illnesses and injuries start to affect other parts of the

body and it is important that these are also addressed.

It is important to realise that chronic and acute illness and injury have an affect on our everyday lives

and so affect our mental and emotional state aswell as our physical bodies. Having a

Holistic treatment will help balance the body and mind.

During the treatment one, or several therapies may be used depending upon your preference,

state of health and position of your injury. Descriptions of each of these can be found under Treatments.

This will be a bespoke treatment using various therapies that are appropriate for your

current state of health and your health goal.

Who can benefit from Holistic treatment?

Anyone, from someone who has an annoying pain in their neck, stress, digestive problems, post surgery injuries

to someone who has multiple long term problems such as Parkinsons

or Multiple Sclerosis can benefit.

All the treatments are bespoke and the therapies used will be suitable for your

current state of health and also your own comfort.

Where possible you can stay dressed and I can use therapies and techniques

which can be used effectively over clothes.

You may be given exercises to do between treatments to continue the progress made through the treatment and

keep the injured area as mobile as possible. This will help to speed up and support the recovery of the injured area.

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Benefits of Holistic Treatment

A Holistic treatment not only treats the area where you currently have pain and restriction but will also look at other areas which may be the original cause of the problem. Some pain may be referred pain and/or a secondary injury from an old long term /chronic injury or condition.

 Conditions that may be treated with a Holistic treatment include but are not limited to:

muscle tension and pain

flexibility, mobility

poor balance

work related postural imbalance

scars from injury or surgery

repetitive strain injuries

ME / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Parkinsons / nervous system disorders

Fibromyalgia / musculoskeletal disorders

Multiple Sclerosis

IBS, Chrohns, Ulcerative Colitis, poor digestion

frozen shoulder

golfers elbow and tennis elbow

tension headaches and jaw pain

tinnitius, sinusitis,

bells palsy

anxiety, depression, stress related conditions

oedema, water retention, inflammation

neck, back and shoulder pain and restriction

restricted head movements

lack of sensation in feet or painful feet

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