Complementary therapies support, but are not an alternative to conventional treatments such as surgery, radiotherapy or chemotherapy.
Some people find it helpful to try different therapies to help them feel better while they’re having cancer treatment or at the end of their treatment to help them with their recovery.
Complementary therapies are used alongside, or in addition to, conventional medical treatments. They do not claim to cure cancer. People use them to boost their physical or emotional health or to relieve symptoms or side effects.
When choosing a complementary therapy it can help to think about what you want to get out of it. Some therapies aim to relax you or make you feel generally better. Others may help you cope with the symptoms of cancer or the side effects of treatment.
At Holistic Treatments we have access to a network of competent and fully qualified therapist who have several years of experience working at NHS hospitals and cancer centres. All the therapist we collaborate with are members of the CNHC (Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council).
We are able to offer and/or put you in touch with professional therapists for you to enjoy any of the following complementary therapies:
More information related to complementary therapies and cancer, can be found from Macmillan Cancer support. Please see the link below.