Month: June 2013

The Dark Side of Painkillers – Addiction

What starts out for many as a relief from pain, for an increasing number of people in the UK, painkillers take hold of their lives and grip them in a world of addiction. While painkiller addicts may not match most peoples image of a “drug” addict, the effect on their lives, and their families, can […]

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“My Life Has Changed, Big Time!”

We recently caught up with a past student who started her training three years ago and has since gone on to become a successful Complementary Therapist practicing a range of Massage Therapies and Reflexology in North West and Central London. Rali shares what tips she has for others who also want to create a successful […]

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Osteoarthritis (Knee) Sufferers Benefit From Self Massage Intervention Therapy

It is estimated that around 8.5 million people in the UK are affected by osteoarthritis, the most common form of arthritis. Osteoarthritis may often be painful and result in stiffness in the joints leading to difficulties in mobility for the sufferer. While there is no cure for osteoarthritis, treatments, prescribed to sufferers to relieve the […]

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