Following a cancer diagnosis, many people suffer with pain and restrictions from their symptoms and treatment.  Many of our complementary therapy techniques are effective for alleviating pain and restrictions, such as: 

  • Bowen Therapy

    is a technique where the practitioner uses thumbs and forefingers on precise points on the body to make rolling type moves which gently stimulate the muscles, soft tissue and energy within the body. These moves prompt the body to make the adjustments which help to re-balance, relieve tension and reduce pain.

  • Emmett Therapy

    Involves the application of light finger pressure at specific points, referred to as “Emmett points” that enable gentle releases for common problems, which include neck, shoulder and back pain. 

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    Auricular Acupuncture

    Involves the insertion of very fine needles in and around the area of the ear.  It can help reduce anxiety levels, help deal with fatigue and aid sleep. 

  • Who can use it?

    Anyone who has had a cancer diagnosis can avail of this service.

  • Where is it?

    Bowen therapy can be accessed at Action Cancer House, Belfast – it is delivered by one of the complementary therapists. 

    Emmett therapy and Auricular Acupuncture can be accessed at Action Cancer House as well as in Derry/Londonderry – it is delivered by our complementary therapists.

  • How to access it?

    To book please call Action Cancer on 028 9080 3344 or email [email protected]