You don't need to see your doctor, but you may feel more comfortable getting some medical advice before booking an appointment.
This depends on your choice of therapy – some can be one off and others work best if you have a course of treatment. Consult the therapist for details.
If you have a specific condition it may be possible for you to have a chat with the complementary therapist before you book an appointment. Alternatively you may be able to book a consultation appointment to discuss your needs with the therapist when they are at the University.
Therapists are all professionally trained and you should not feel any pain.
If you have allergies, it is important that you tell the therapist.
If there are any requirements the receptionist will let you know at the time of booking.
Different therapies have different durations; please ask the receptionist at time of booking.
Please wear comfortable clothing.
For some complementary therapies you may need to take off some clothing. If you do need to take clothing off, you will be kept covered with towels at all times.
Please ask the receptionist at the time of booking.
Some of the therapies are held in downstairs rooms, but some are offered upstairs. If you have a disability and are concerned, please ask the receptionist. All therapies can be offered in an accessible room if you let us know in advance.