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Event: Should Complementary Therapies be available on the NHS 27th July 2016
Do you think that complementary therapies should be made available through the NHS??
Complementary therapies provide people with additional means in which to cope with anxiety, stress, and pain. It helps people to help themselves to live more healthy lifestyle.
Please come and join us for an important discussion about why the NHS should be supporting the use of complementary therapies and even helping to integrate them into their services.
Follow the link for more info and please help spread the word
|Kathryn Lara Kutner|
Jul 24 2016 1:37PM
|I have always even the therapy as a preventative treatment. It can be part of a cure for certain conditions. For the recipient I think that it would be a great step forward to incorporate the treatments as part of the NHS service. Only there would need to be strict rules as to when to treat and contraindicated. I often experience the response from some of my clients to my refusing treatment due to contraindications, which is that another therapist treated them without consultation or screening so why am I contraindicatiingthem now? After careful consideration I either treat or turn my clients away. There needs to be a tighter rein on the profession and by introducing the therapy into the NHS perhaps some therapists will conduct their practice in a stricter format.|
| Hands Inc|
Jul 25 2016 3:33PM
|Yes, I think its really important that we act professionally. I also think that the emergence of frighteningly short courses that lets people believe they can be a therapist in 3 months and sometimes less should not be banned. They don't do the industry any good|