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Elysia Therapeutic Centre
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The Elysia Therapeutic Centre is a complementary clinic that opened in 2012 and their approach connects two ideas about the human being; firstly, that how a person is feeling and their attitude to life can impact on their health and well-being. Secondly, that their physical, emotional and spiritual health are interconnected and therapy on one of these levels can foster wellness on another.

The Centre provides a broad range of therapeutic practice including: anthroposophic medicine, physical therapy such as massage, talking therapy such as counselling, therapeutic art and support groups.

The Centre offers help for a wide range of issues including: depression and anxiety, life crisis and relationship difficulties, bereavement, cancer care and mistletoe therapy, joint or back pain, injury, pain management or fibromyalgia, skin conditions, migraines and headaches, sleep disturbance, respiratory and circulatory conditions, digestive problems, complex chronic issues.

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Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 8:30am-7pm. Individual practitioner availability varies, please contact clinic for further details.

Specialisms:

Anthroposophic medicine including mistletoe therapy, rhythmical massage, eurythmy therapy, psychotherapy, group work, biographical counselling, reflexology, Pilates, physiotherapy. Also naturopathy which includes: herbal medicines, iridology, hydrotherapy, homeopathic remedies, healthy lifestyle and nutritional advice.



Last Updated:29/11/2020
Reseacher: Kathy Martin
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    Elysia Therapeutic Centre
    52 Bowling Green Road, Stourbridge, DY8 3RZ, UK

    +44 1384 392 072 +44 7869 219 559 info@elysiacentre.org https://elysiacentre.org/
    Therapies provided by this provider:

    Mistletoe Therapy
    Mistletoe therapy was developed as an adjunct to cancer treatment in Switzerland in 1917-20, in the collaboration between Dr I Wegman MD and Dr Rudolf Steiner PhD (1861-1925).

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    Counselling
    Seeing a counsellor or psychotherapist, who is trained and experienced at working with cancer patients, can help you and others close to you deal with the emotional impact of a cancer diagnosis and help to make sense of the many emotions that you are experiencing.

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    Massage
    Massage is the practice of manipulating, applying pressure, and rubbing or stroking soft tissue and skin to promote physical and mental relaxation, well-being, and circulation.

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    Reflexology
    Reflexology is a very gentle and rhythmic foot massage.

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    Medicinal Herbs
    Medicinal herbs refers to the use of plants for prevention and treatment of diseases.

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    Exercise
    Specialist exercise programmes designed to help support cancer patients during and after treatment.

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    Nutritional Therapy
    Nutritional therapists seek to ensure you are well nourished by your diet, and that you are fully absorbing and utilising the nutrients it provides.

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