In acceptance of services rendered by National Centre for Electromagnetic Therapies CIC, any of its employees, volunteers, managers, or agents, you understand that:
- Our services, whether called Pulsed ElectroMagnetic Field therapy, Neurofeedback, Biofeedback or Bio-Resonance therapy, consultation, scans, referrals, and advice in any format does not legally constitute medical advice. Information provided before, during, and after treatment sessions serves informational purposes only. You must make an informed decision regarding your health.
- You agree that you have consulted or will consult your GP (General Practitioner) regarding your health and any steps you take to improve or change your condition.
- Your rights both legally and ethically are unaffected by receiving treatment. You have the right to register complaints, seek advice from other specialists, consult other healthcare practitioners for a ‘second opinion’, and pursue legal action.
We will be honest and straightforward about our ability to help you with stress and discomfort caused by the conditions and ailments we mention in our printed and on-line materials. We will update our website https://ncet.co.uk regularly with the latest legal compliance of our practice, professionals, and devices.
We provide holistic therapy, which is not a replacement for medical treatment. Please consult your general practitioner (GP) and/or trusted medical professional without delay and without disregard. We offer information, not medical advice nor diagnosis. We can neither promise nor guarantee to help every single individual. We do not claim to cure or treat any specific disease, condition, or ailment due to lack of sufficient clinical evidence of Therapy in the UK according to §12.1 of the UK Code of Non-broadcast Advertising and Direct & Promotional Marketing (or “CAP Code”).
Due to the UK’s withdrawal from the EU, EU conformity markings – in particular the Conformitè Europëenne (CE) Mark, which regulates the safety of electrical devices for the EEA market – will continue to be recognised by the Advertising Standards Agency and the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) in the UK until June 2023. When the devices used in our clinic have UKCA marking in line with UK regulations post-Brexit, we will post this information as quickly as possible.