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  • Complementary Therapist - MND Scotland

    Created: 29/04/2015

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    MND Scotland are looking for qualified therapists in either Swedish, Indian Head, Aromatherapy, Onsite, Sports or Remedial Massage, Reiki or Reflexology to provide up to 10 sessions to either patients with MND and/or their carers within the client's own home.

    Massage tables aren't always necessary so this opportunity is suitable for someone who is a public transport user. All therapists must have their own insurance for a minimum of 1 million cover.

    The treatments so far have been very popular with the clients in providing an aid to sleep, stress reduction and lessen muscle pains and cramp. Fife has a large number of clients affected by the condition but unfortunately there is a big waiting list as MND Scotland don't have sufficient therapists to assist. As well as providing support to a family affected by a terminal condition, the therapist will gain valuable experience and knowledge in palliative care.

    Time and Place: In clients own homes in your local area.

    For further information please call Nicci on 01383 732136 or e-mail [email protected]




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