Making A Success Of Complementary Therapies

Published on 19th March 2021

Making a Success of Complementary Therapies

The use of practitioner-led complementary therapies has seen a steady increase in popularity over the years in the UK. More and more people are using therapies to complement their healthcare needs. Interestingly, this is despite the fact that there is still no professional statutory regulation of complementary and alternative treatments in the UK, although to be insured a good qualifiction in anatomy, physiology and pathology is required. 

This acceptance and demand for complementary therapies may be in part due to how seriously the industry takes its own responsibility for professional training and qualifications. The leading examination board The International Therapy Examination Council pioneered the way over 60 years ago in developing professional qualifications. 

ITEC level 3 Certificate in Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology for the Complementary Therapist 

One of the most experienced business leaders in professional training, Gill Tree, carefully selected the ITEC level 3 Certificate in Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology for the Complementary Therapist  for her School of Massage over 25 years ago. This was an inspired choice. Thousands of Complementary Therapists have since qualified in Anatomy and Physiology under Gill’s leadership and the number is increasing year on year.

Why study Anatomy and Physiology?

Anyone hoping to work in complementary or alternative therapies is advised to gain a professional qualification in anatomy, physiology and pathology. A comprehensive, working knowledge of the human body is the absolute foundation of a successful therapy practice.

The Level 3 ITEC certificate in anatomy and physiology, offered as an e-course by Gill Tree Training, provides the springboard from which therapists can grow their own practice and join the ranks of therapists offering healthcare solutions and support.

In Celebration of Complementary Therapies

Further evidence of the recognition of complementary therapies is the fact that next week is Complementary Therapies Week (22nd – 28th March 2021).

A whole week dedicated to the wonderful therapies being offered in the UK today, and celebrating the amazing work carried out by qualified professionals.

In order to mark this week-long celebration of complementary therapies, all students who register on our ITEC Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology e-course between Monday 22nd and Friday 28th March, will receive a free copy of Gill Tree’s e-book; “Kick Start your Therapy Success’.

This business tome is a must for all those planning to start a complementary therapy business or, indeed, wishing to reignite their current business. Gill drew from her 20 years of personal experience within the industry to write this book, now in its 8th successful year since publication.

It is packed with practical therapy business advice, easy-to-follow manageable steps and expert planning principles. All designed to give your therapy business a flying start to success!

just email gill@anatomyandphysiologyonline.com  between 22nd March and 28th March 2021 to claim your free copy.

Here’s to success in both study and practice.

 

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