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Would you like massage available on the NHS?

Massage therapist and tutor Tatina Semprini has created a petition to get massage included as a treatment on the NHS.

Although there is still much work to do on research into the benefits of massage, there are already some proveable outcomes. Goverment agency the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) recommends massage as part of a treatment plan for low back pain and Sciatica and is looking into other areas in which massage has proven benefits.

Other complementary therapies such as osteopathy and acunpuncture are available on the NHS and can be prescribed by GPs. Sign here if you would also like massage to be available as a treatment option.

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Miss April Phillips on July 7 2018 at 09:55

I have a really bad lower pain in my back some mornings it takes me half hr to get out of bed . Anyway i went to Turkey a month ago and had a medical massage and although it was quite painful haveing it Honestly my back was much better for weeks as i say it was a month ago and this last week the pain is back with a vengence. So i would love for it to be available on nhs i, dont know why it is not as it obvously helps people get back to work ect it can only be a good thing .. PLEASE LET MASSAGE TREAMENT available on NHS ..APRIL PHILLIPS......

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