We have a number of therapies available. To find out more, please choose a therapy from the list below.
The Chartered Physiotherapist will conduct a thorough examination of the nature and actual site of the problem and relate it to your whole person before making a diagnosis.After consultation with you and, where appropriate, with your GP, the Chartered Physiotherapist will decide upon the best form of treatment that is to be undertaken.
Reflexology is an ancient healing art which deals with the principle that all organs, glands and other body parts have corresponding reflexes in the feet.
Acupuncture is a system of healing which has developed over thousands of years in China and other eastern countries. The ancient Chinese discovered that the stimulation of points on particular areas of the body affected organ function and cured disease.
Aromatherapy is the art of blending and using essential plant oils to benefit health. Essential oils form the life force of plants.
Chiropodists treat the more commonly known foot problems such as corns, calluses, verrucae and nail problems. Podiatrists (originally an American term) are known as ‘foot doctors’, dealing with sports injuries, orthotics and biomechanical (walking and running) problems.
Home visits are available to patients who are housebound or registered as disabled.
Massage can help clients who are suffering from the effects of tension to relax. The type of massage given depends on the client's reason for having treatment. Many painful conditions, such as backache, neck and shoulder pain and headaches can be relieved.
Reiki (pronounced ray-key), which is Japanese for "Universal Healing Energy," is a form of natural healing, discovered during the nineteenth century by Mikao Usui.
A sports massage brings many benefits including rehabilitation from injury, and having this kind of massage on a regular basis can also prevent further injury.
Enhancing your facial looks such as Brow
design & shaping, Lash curling & tinting, waxing and Brow Tattooing.