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CU Fitter Complementary Therapies

Complementary Therapies

Some people find it helpful to try complementary therapies, to help them feel better while they’re having cancer treatment or whilst in recovery. These non-invasive therapies can help patients cope with the symptoms of disease and its treatment, aid relaxation, and reduce tension and anxiety.

These supportive therapies are used in conjunction with anti-cancer treatment, and are in no way promoted as alternative treatments to conventional medicine.

These treatments may also be beneficial for the family and friends who live with and care for someone with cancer.

For your first visit, please book an ‘Initial Consultation’ session, where the therapist will be able to discuss your medical history and the treatments available.

The ‘Initial Consultation’ session lasts 90 minutes and includes a 60-minute therapy session.

Oncology Reflexology

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A safe, gentle, relaxing therapy which can aid the body’s natural healing process. Applying pressure to the feet or hands using fingers or thumbs can aid the body’s natural healing process, bring about an increased sense of wellbeing which encourages a natural balance to mind and body. It may also assist with chronic and acute medical conditions as well as stress, insomnia and energy levels.

Oncology Reflexology Lymph Drainage

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A technique that focuses on stimulating the lymphatic reflexes on the feet with the aim of causing an effect on the lymphatic system in the body.

Facial Reflexology

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The face’s proximity to the brain is key to the effectiveness of manipulating facial points which directly connect to the body’s neuro-pathways. Facial reflexology may improve your health and wellbeing on the inside whilst helping giving you a healthy glow on the outside.


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Using essential oils to help improve both physical and emotional health whilst taking into account the physical body, mind and soul.

Indian Head Massage

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A wonderful therapy to melt away muscle tension and so relax and calm the mind. A therapy that works specifically on the head, scalp, face, neck, shoulders and upper back.

Thai Foot Massage

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Combining Chinese reflexology, Shiatsu traditional Thai massage techniques a treatment of the feet and lower legs which involved hands on stretching and massage and the use of a stick to stimulate the reflex points on the foot.