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The advice I got from your complementary therapists is very helpful! I’m going for my first appointment on this Friday and hope she will bring brighter days for me. Thank you!
--Sam in Bristol
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- Find a complementary therapist
Welcome to Natural Therapy For All, we offer a free, no obligation service that provides you with advice from up to 2 different local complementary therapists, and allows you to select the best one. Or if you need help immediately you can request an appointment with a therapist in your area; all you have to do is fill out a simple form. We respect the confidentiality of your personal information and only pass your enquiry on to the chosen complementary therapists.
How we help you choose the best complementary therapist
Find a good complementary therapist tailored to suit your needs is not easy. Here at NaturalTherapyForAll, we help you to find the complementary therapist, who has a proven track record in this field. Every member must be registered with a recognised professional body or must send us their copies of qualifications and references from clients.
What complementary therapies may help with:
acne, dermatitis, eczema, hair loss, alopecia, psoriasis, vitiligo, herpes, shingles, athlete’s foot and other fungal infections, mycosis, urticaria etc.
Muscular-skeletal & neurological:
arthritis, back pain, frozen shoulder, lumbago, rheumatism, sciatica, sport injuries, sprains, stiff neck, stroke, tennis elbow, tendonitis, omalgia, neuralgia, hemiplegia etc.
asthma, migraine, headache, bronchitis, colitis, cold & flu, diabetes, haemorrhoids, heartburn, high blood pressure, IBS, indigestion, MS, constipation, diarrhea, ulcer, hypogly-caemia, gastritis, hiatus hernia, hypothyroidism etc.
Genito-urinary & reproductive:
menopause, infertility, irregular periods, anaemia, miscarriage, endometriosis, discharges, fibroids, ovarian cysts, pelvic pain, vaginitis, PMT, impotence, premature ejaculation, low sperm count, prostate disease, low libido, M.S etc.
General problems & addictions:
give up smoking, losing weight, ME, alcoholism, fatigue etc.
What are complementary therapies?
Complementary therapy is any healing practice different from conventional treatment. These therapies have been known to have been practiced by various ancient civilisations like the Chinese, the Egyptians, the Japanese and the Native American Indians, as far back as 5000 BC. Commonly Cited Examples of complementary therapies include acupuncture, chiropractic, hypnotherapy, traditional Chinese medicine, naturopathy, yoga, biofeedback, homeopathy, in addition to a range of other practices.