Disclaimer

The contents of this website are for information purposes only and do not constitute medical or psychological advice, opinion, diagnosis, or treatment.

The information provided through this website should not be used for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease.

It is not a substitute for professional care.

Complementary therapies provided by the practitioner who owns this website, whether in person or by email, phone, Skype, is not a substitute for medical care.

If you have or suspect you may have a medical or psychological problem, you should consult your appropriate health care provider. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website.

I cannot guarantee the outcome of the recommendations provided and statements about potential outcomes are my opinion only. I make no guarantees about the information and recommendations provided here. By continuing to use, read, or participate in the website (including the blog)  you acknowledge that I cannot guarantee any particular results, as such outcomes are based on subjective factors that are not within my control. Therefore, following any information or recommendations provided on this website and blog are at your sole risk.

Links on this website are provided only as information, and it should not be implied that I recommend, endorse or approve of any of the content at the linked sites, nor am I responsible for their availability, accuracy or content.

Any review or other matter that could be regarded as a testimonial or endorsement does not constitute a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of any consultation. The testimonials on this website represent the anecdotal experience of individual consumers. Individual experiences are not a substitute for scientific research.

The website contains intellectual property owned by myself or other parties, including trademarks, trade dress, copyrights, proprietary information and other intellectual property. You may not modify, publish, transmit, participate in the transfer or sale of, create derivative works from, distribute, display, reproduce or perform, or in any way exploit in any format whatsoever any of the content contained on the Site, in whole or in part, without prior written consent.

I reserve the right to immediately remove your account and access to the website, including access to any products or services offered through the website, without refund, on reasonable suspicion you are violating this intellectual property policy.

Some of the links contained in the website (including any blog posts, articles, newsletters, or other materials therein)  are links to products or services provided by third parties.  I may receive a commission if you click on the link or make a purchase from said third parties.  I recommend products and services trusted to be of high quality, whether an affiliate relationship is in place or not, but does not make any representations whatsoever (and hereby expressly disclaims any inferred representations) as to the product or service, or the effect or impact said product or service may have. I disclose affiliate information when practical, but unintentional oversights may occur.

Advertising Standards and Complementary Health

Under current legislation, health practitioners are not allowed to say that they treat anything that is not sanctioned by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA). Any statements that we treat medical conditions, the ASA states, should be substantiated by “robust scientific evidence, such as clinical trials conducted on people”. These trials require huge resources, taking many years to produce and costing many thousands of pounds for each and every condition. To put this into context, only 11% of conventional medical practice has been shown to be effective by robust evidence, with a further 23% substantiated by less well-established evidence. More than half of medical practice is not substantiated by evidence at all. Nevertheless, the ASA does not allow complementary health practitioners to say that they treat anything. Nor does it recognise trials and studies conducted into complementary therapies.

The Advertising Standards Authority has also expressed concern that people with serious medical conditions could be discouraged from seeking advice and treatment from a qualified medical practitioner. I always encourage people to seek guidance from an appropriately qualified medical practitioner. It is their choice which course they follow having taken guidance.