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♥ M J ♥:
Hi Ladies

Here's a list of different web sites which should help you find therapists in your area. I would always ask them if they are trained in dealing with people under going fertility treatment.

Hope this list is of help to you all ~ should you find any web site addresses which you would like to be added please send me a PM

Thanks
Emma xx




A-Z of complementary therapists



ACUPUNCTURE


Link to British Acupuncture council

http://www.acupuncture.org.uk/content/PractitionerSearch/searchform.asp

Find acupuncturists in your area


http://www.medical-acupuncture.co.uk/patients/find.html

http://www.acufinder.com/list_acupuncturists.php?country=61&city=&Submit.x=42&Submit.y=2



AROMATHERAPY & FLOWER REMEDIES


The Aromatherapy Council

www.aromatherapycouncil.co.uk


Link to the Bach remedies web site

http://www.bachfloweressences.co.uk/



COMPLEMENTARY THERAPISTS


Link to a list of Registered Therapists who are qualified and insured in different therapies( E.g massage-reiki ectů.)

http://www.embody.uk.net/


Institute of Complementary Medicine

www.i-c-m.org.uk

EFT
Emotional Freedom Techniques

http://www.sitdownandrelax.co.uk/  which  leads on to  further  info  to  www.emofree.com.


 HEALTH KINESOLOGY UK

http://www.hk4health.co.uk/



HERBALISTS


Search for local registererd herbalists - National Institute of Medical Herbalists

http://www.nimh.org.uk/about.html



HOMEOPATHY


Web site with info about homeopathic medication

http://www.homeopath.co.uk/pages/


British Homeopathic Association


www.trusthomeopathy.org

The Homeopathic Medical Association

www.the-hma.org/   - To find qualified registered and insured homeopaths to consult regarding fertility treatment.


Society of Homeopaths

www.homeopathy-soh.org


HYPNOTHERAPY


The Hypnotherapy Association


www.thehypnotherapyassociation. co.uk



MASSAGE

Link to info and a list of instructors in baby/infant massage

http://www.iaim.org.uk


The Shiatsu Society

www.shiatsu.org




NATUROPATHY

The General Council & Register of Naturopaths


http://www.naturopathy.org.uk/




OSTEOPATHY

General Osteopathic Council


www.osteopathy.org.uk



REFLEXOLOGY


List of Registered Therapists who are qualified and insured in Reflexology

http://www.findareflexologist.com/


Association of Reflexologists

www.aor.org.uk


British Reflexology Association


britreflex.co.uk


REIKI


Link to info on Reiki

http://www.reikifed.co.uk/


YOGA


The British Wheel of Yoga

www.bwy.org.uk






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LabLover:
One of the absolute best sites to use for ALL therapies is www.gotosee.co.uk

You can find any therapist in your area and it gives website links, qualifications etc

It also gives details of therapy centres in your area where there are lots of therapists specialising.  And there are therapists around now who specialise in fertility.

Hope this helps someone

H x


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devi.j:
Thanks for posting the British Acupuncture Council site where I found a great acupuncturist. He has recommended two others sites to find those who have post graduate training in fertility treatment.

The Acupuncture Fertility Network - a national group of therapists involved in fertility treatment
www.acupuncture-fertility.org

Well known author / therapist has recently started an affiliated network of therapist for those who cant get to her clinic.
www.zitawest.com


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Amy14:
Great stuff, I'm all for pulling out all the stops and using anything that will help.

I have found acupuncture really helpful.

Theta Healing is another therapy which helps with fertility. This website http://www.fertility-solutions.co.uk has information about using Theta healing and hypnosis to aid fertility, it all has a list of practitioners who have trained to specialise in fertility. (Of which I am one.)

Whatever you choose I would recommend going with a practitioner who you feel comfortable with, just like you would change your doctor if you didn't get on with them, alternative therapists are no different in that you need to gel with them. The process is much more effective if you do.

Amy


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