A & E Holistic Therapies
|20th June 2018|
Acupuncture, Reflexology & Holistic Therapies in Wrexham & ChesterAlison Williams BSc (Hons), M.A.R.
Member of the Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture UK No. CC0160046
Member of the Association of Reflexologists No. 3848
Alison delivers Acupuncture and Reflexology, Indian Head Massage and Reiki
Emma Williams M.I.C.H.T.
Emma delivers Reflexology and Aromatherapy; Manual Lymphatic Drainage; Hot Stone Therapy; Swedish Massage; Reiki and Hopi Ear Candling
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The essence of holistic therapies is to trigger a return to homeostasis (a state of balance) and help improve the overall well being of the patient. By creating the right environment for the body to heal itself, these therapies have the potential to alleviate the symptoms of any ailment. That is why so many different conditions may be helped by these treatments.
A & E Holistic Therapies practice at Holt is within easy reach of Chester and Wrexham, North Wales where both reflexology and acupuncture are available as well as the other therapies listed below. Parking is available.
Our services include Acupuncture, Aromatherapy & Swedish massage, Hot Stone Therapy, Reflexology, Indian Head Massage, Reiki and Hopi Ear Candling.
Licensed by Cheshire West & Chester Council No. O/32/13/A - Acupuncture Chester
Licensed by Wrexham County Council No. 09/08 - Acupuncture Wrexham
We have treated many patients with fertility issues using both acupuncture and reflexology. These therapies are also widely used to support IVF treatment. Specific acupuncture protocols are used during each stage of the IVF procedure. We usually incorporate a combination of acupuncture and reflexology for fertility patients. Acupuncture is now recommended by many fertility clinics and reflexology is such a relaxing therapy to receive when going through such an emotional and often stressful journey.
Our recommendation is to start having regular treatments as soon as you decide to start trying to conceive. Holistic therapies are not about an instant fix but more to encourage the system to be at its best and improve overall well being generally.
Once pregnancy is achieved your holistic therapy care does not need to end. There is a myth that holistic therapies are to be avoided during pregnacy, particularly in the early stages. This is most certainly not the case. There are certain acupuncture points that are best avoided as they are very stimulating. With reflexology the uterine area is avoided. The only reason to discontinue with treatments is if you do not want to proceed or if we feel that treatment is not appropriate. Otherwise, treatments may help with the following at different stages of pregnancy:-
First Trimester: tiredness and nausea and aid relaxation.
Second Trimester: aid thyroid gland function; sciatic and pelvic areas as the baby grows and sits heavier on the pelvic floor; lymph drainage work to prevent ankle oedema; pancreatic areas for prevention of gestational diabetes.
Third Trimester: balance metabolism and general all round stimulation. At 40 weeks deep general treatment to stimulate the meridian lines and promote a sense of well being and help energy.
Acupuncture Wrexham Licensed by Wrexham County Council No. 09/08
Acupuncture Chester Licensed by Cheshire West & Chester Council No. O/32/13/A
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It is necessary for our therapists to collect and store personal information that clients provide to us. This is for the purposes of identification and communication, and to access suitability and adaptation of the services offered. Our lawful basis for the collection of personal data is that we have a legitimate interest; in that it is necessary to deliver our services safely, and in accordance with our insurance and professional body requirements. Data is collected with consent of the individual.
Once received, this information will be treated as private and confidential and stored securely. We will not share your information with other individuals or organisations without gaining prior consent. The only exception to this rule will be in the instance of vital interests (if the data we hold needs to be shared with emergency medical staff for protection of life). Your information will only be used for the purposes of which it was collected. Any information given will be kept for a period of not less than 10 years from the last provision of service. This is to meet our insurance obligations. If you withdraw your consent to our right to hold your personal information we will archive the data until our insurance obligations are met, at which point the data we hold will be destroyed.
You have the right to request access to the information that we hold on you; in part or in full. A copy will be provided to you within a period of 28 days free of charge. If you believe that any data we hold is inaccurate you have the right to have this data updated. For the purposes of non-specific communication, such as events, promotions, newsletters etc; we have an opt-in policy to which you can opt-out at any time. All contact made in this way will have clear instructions on how to opt out of future communications.
When providing our services to a minor, we classify a child as someone under the age of 18. Any data collected from a minor will need the consent of a parent or guardian as well as the child. The data will be collected, processed and stored in the same manner as for an adult.
Created: 23rd May 2018
Review Due: 23rd May 2020
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