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Complementary therapies

What we do

The Abington Clinic offers a comprehensive range of complementary therapies which either support our physical therapies or can be used as an alternative to medical or physical therapy.  At our specialist complementary therapies clinic we provide a holistic approach and seek to treat you as a whole looking at all aspects of your life, lifestyle, diet, occupation and emotions, rather than just looking at and treating the symptoms of your current illness or ailment.

At The Abington Clinic, we believe that a great number of today’s illnesses are caused by stress and tension in our lives. Following illness, injury or disease, the body can often be in a state of imbalance. Through complementary therapies we believe that we can unblock your pathways, release energy and help your body and its individual systems to function more effectively.

The complementary therapies which we offer include:

What we treat

As professional complementary therapists, we believe our therapies can help to restore the body’s natural equilibrium and balance because when the body is relaxed and in balance it can cope with the everyday stresses and strains of life much more effectively.

Our complementary therapists offer fast, effective, and professional solutions to help:

  • boost the immune system
  • help eliminate toxins
  • help relieve pain
  • improve circulation
  • improve sleep patterns
  • increase energy levels
  • induce deep relaxation
  • reduce stress and tension
  • restore balance to body systems

The benefits

Complementary therapies can be used to target a specific physical, mental, emotional or spiritual problem, or act as a preventative measure, to increase your sense of well-being or purely for relaxation. Research shows that after receiving complementary treatments or therapies you can generally expect to feel an improvement in your health, relief from pain and in some cases, a greater understanding and responsibility for your own health. In most cases these therapies can help to:

  • Release tension
  • Promote relaxation
  • Improve circulation
  • Improve sleep
  • Improve lymphatic drainage
  • Stimulate endorphins
  • Reduce tension
  • Revitalise mind and body
  • Create a feeling of tranquillity
  • Calm the mind

What you can expect after your complementary therapy treatment

Because most complementary therapy treatments are hands on, they can comfort and soothe the mind and body and in turn help with stress reduction. In addition, they provide benefits on a physical, mental and spiritual level – leaving you with a feeling of peace and tranquillity. And because they are aimed at everyone, the young, elderly, mobile and immobile, you can expect to feel more relaxed, reinvigorated and refreshed afterwards.

Who will treat you?

  • Maxine Chimes
  • Christine Gould
  • Jaqueline Martin

    Complementary therapy prices

As we deal with people and their problems on an individual basis, no course of complementary therapy is ever the same. As a result, prices can vary depending upon the nature of your behaviour problem and the course of treatment or therapy that is followed.

Once we have had an opportunity to assess and review your case and before beginning any treatment, we will always advise you of the type of costs that you can expect. Only when you are 100% happy will we start a range of flexible treatment sessions to help balance your body and change your life.

Making a complementary therapy appointment

To make an appointment call 01604 451200 or email abington.clinic@gp-k83043.nhs.uk
Our consultation hours are Monday to Friday: 8:30am to 9:00pm