Choose by Your Concern
Massage is recognized as complementary therapy used alongside conventional medicine such as chemotherapy,radiotherapy,surgery or drug therapy.Complementary therapies aim to treat the whole person,not just the symptoms of disease and whilst massage doesn’t treat the cancer itself,it may help reduce the side effects caused by conventional treatments to bring both mental and physical relief and make living with cancer more comfortable.Oncology massage therapists have extensive training,and have relevant insurance,ensuring they are knowledgeable about cancers and can tailor treatment accordingly.
BTEC Level 5 Sport and Remedial Soft Tissue therapy. Massage, ScarWork™️ and oncology massage. SMA, CNHC, FHT
Sarah qualified with the highly regarded NLSSM. Sarah now works with a range of patients experiencing soft tissue dysfunction resulting from every day use or injury. She incorporates a number of advanced soft tissue techniques to relieve pain and improve function.
I am at risk for breast cancer because my grandmother was ill with it, and the doctors told me to be constantly monitored to avoid developing the disease. Can your massage prevent the signs from appearing? I don’t want to face this problem, so I want to do everything I can to prevent it.