Latest Evidence in Treatments

If your friends are telling you to stand in one of those cold Cryotherapy chambers, or shine a Red Light emitting wand on your nether regions… this is the section to visit before making a decision.

We define treatments as those interventions someone else (a medical professional or otherwise) has to do to you, as opposed to Practises, that you can do yourself.

As always, our skilful academics assess the results of the best available research on these treatments, to tell us whether their claims should be taken seriously.

Does Ecotherapy Have Health Benefits? A Review of The Research
Ceppie Merry

Introduction Have you noticed how Japanese books are crushing it on the bestsellers list recently? I have cleaned out my sock drawer having read ‘The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying’. I tried to be all ‘Ikigai’ by using the Japanese secret to a long and happy life. I...

Does Cupping Therapy Do Anything? A Review of The Research
Ceppie Merry

Introduction During the last Olympic Games, there was a media frenzy with photographs of odd-looking marks on the upper backs of some swimmers. Curiouser and curiouser. The large bruises were perfect for speculation about underwater attacks by blood sucking lamprey or...

Does Craniosacral Therapy Work? The Evidence Reviewed
Nicolas Ferrara PT DPT

Introduction Craniosacral therapy (CST) is a form of light touch manual therapy practiced by osteopaths, chiropractors, massage therapists, and physical therapists, that involves applying gentle pressure to the patient’s head and neck to treat various conditions. The...