Caring for you

Complementary therapy

Complementary therapies work alongside other treatments, and promote a sense of wellbeing that many patients say can make coping with the anxieties and uncertainty of their illness a little easier to bear. We’re often told complementary therapies can also help improve sleep and ease aches and pains.

Our complementary therapists are all volunteers and are qualified practitioners, working alongside our patient care teams. The treatments most commonly used are Reiki and M-technique hands and feet which is a gentle form of massage.

All treatments are available to both patients, carers and those who are bereaved.

Complementary Therapy