Updated: Jun 15
Unfortunately not all treatments are for everyone. Please check our contraindications list to make sure you avoid disappointment.
Suffering with a infectious disease.
Anybody with a high fever
Suffering with a contagious skin disease
Anyone under the influence of drink or drugs
Pregnancy within the first trimester
A cancer patient
Recent ear surgery, head or neck injury
Tumours of the ear
Perforated ear drum, artificial ear drums
Cysts in the ear
Ear drains (tubes) are present
Mastoiditis (inflammation of the bone behind the ear) in its acute phase
The following conditions require consent from your GP before massage can be undertaken.
A patient in remission for cancer
High/low blood pressure
Circulatory problems such as thrombosis, blood clots, dvt
*Ear wax/residue may naturally work its way out of the ear over the following 24-48 hours, this is normal (I recommend that you protect your pillows with a towel to prevent staining of your bedding).
Do not submerge your head under water for 24 hours after your treatment and try to avoid cold air blowing into your ears.
Do not insert anything, including cotton buds inside your ears.
Drinking plenty of water, squash or herbal teas to help eliminate toxins and flush out the lymphatic system.
If you experience a runny nose please blow it rather than sniffing.
If you had a bit of a cold at the time of your treatment please note your symptoms may get worse.
You should leave a minimum of 48 hours between treatments.