New Treatments

Two new amazing treatments are now available; Hot and Cold Stone Therapy and Fire Cupping Therapy. Click on the links for information about what each treatment involves and how it could benefit you.


Wellbeing Treatment has moved and is now based at Branston Court, Branston Street, Birmingham B18 6BA. Come and take a look at the new therapy office.
Book your appointment now by texting or calling Mannie on 07896 962 653.



There is not a great deal of large scale scientific studies of complementary therapies and this is due in part to insufficient funding being available for large clinical trials to take place. A lot of the research that has been conducted has been relatively small scale studies and it is hoped that the positive results of these studies will lead to further research taking place on a larger scale. On this page you will find links to articles regarding research findings into the effectiveness and benefits of reflexology, massage therapy and reiki.

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Massage Therapy and Chronic Low Back Pain

Researchers at Group Health Research Institute carried out a clinical trial into the effects of relaxation massage and structural massage on patients with non specific chronic low back pain (pain that persisted for more than 3 months). They found that both types of massage helped...

Massage and Osteoarthritis

A 16 week clinical study was carried out by researchers at Yale Prevention Research Centre and the University of Medicine and Dentistry, New Jersey to identify the potential benefits of Swedish massage on osteoarthritis patients experiencing limited range of motion, stiffness and...

Reflexology and Pain

A small study conducted by researchers at the University of Portsmouth has found that reflexology may be as effective as painkillers as a treatment for acute pain. The findings show that reflexology reduces pain sensitivity and also suggest that it could be helpful in treating...

Massage and Inflammation

A study has found that massage after strenuous exercise reduces inflammation. Lead author Mark Tarnopolsky MD, PhD suggests  that massage could be beneficial to a range of individuals such as those suffering from musculoskeletal injuries, chronic inflammatory disease and the...