A Guide to Starting your own Complementary Therapy Practice
- Elaine Aldred, BSc(Hons), DC, LicAc, Dip Herb Med, Dip CHM, Lecturer in Pharmacology and Toxicology at the Northern College of Acupuncture, Lecturer in Western Medicine at the Northern College of Acupuncture, York, UK
This step-by-step guide on setting up own complementary health care practice, covers every aspect of starting up a new practice, taking into account the wide range of practice requirements from the very simple (e.g. in therapist's own home) to the more ambitious (e.g. buying premises from which to set up a clinic). It addresses all the legal requirements, detailed and precise financial calculations, and the mechanics of how the therapist goes about making their vision a reality. Day-to-day aspects that need to be considered when the practice is up and running are covered.
Manual therapists, complementary therapists, chiropractors, osteopaths, massage therapists.
Target market will be undergraduates, newly qualified practitioners and practitioners who are currently working as associates or employees in an established clinic and wish to branch out on their own.