Assessment & Treatment Information

Effective date: May 25th 2022


The nature of the assessment and treatment given is such that close body contact and touch will very likely form part of this process. You may be asked to remove items of clothing relevant to the area to be examined or treatment, but your dignity will be maintained throughout. You should make it clear to your therapist before treatment if you are not comfortable with removing any items of clothing. A compromise will be made but you should acknowledge that you may not be able to receive treatment to its full potential.

All clients are entitled to be accompanied by a chaperone during their treatment if they so wish; however a parent or guardian must be present during sessions with under 16s and vulnerable adults.

It is possible that you may experience a slight soreness during assessment, or as a result of assessment or treatment; this is perfectly normal and you should not worry. The outcome of your assessment will be discussed with you, along with a proposed plan of treatment.

If there is anything you do not understand or would like clarifying about your treatment, please do not hesitate to ask at any point.