August 25, 2021

5 Ways We Help You with Financial Difficulties

At the National Centre for Electromagnetic Therapies (NCET) we have a strong dedication to accessibility: Life-enhancing and preventative electromagnetic therapies should be offered close to where you live or be available via home rental programmes, and also financially affordable. These beliefs are at the forefront of our practice. We strongly believe that therapy should be available to everyone, regardless of their financial situation or any other factor.

The COVID-19 Pandemic has impacted a lot of us in different ways. Many people have shown an increase in symptoms of anxiety and depression. Others have been forced to look for alternate forms of employment or have been furloughed during lockdown. All these factors carry a high risk of impacting an individual financially.

NCET are providing a range of options that are designed to help individuals who may be struggling financially. We believe that a change in circumstances should not negatively affect your ability to seek therapy at an affordable price.

Ways We Help in Times of Financial Uncertainty

1. Concessions Clinic

Our Concessions Clinic is our primary method for making Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Field (PEMF) therapy affordable to everyone. We offer a limited availability of Electromagnetic Therapy at a discounted rate. You will receive the exact same level of therapy as a standard session, and we focus on different symptoms that need healing.

Specific symptoms that we can help with include:

  • Anxiety & Depression
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Brain Fog
  • PTSD & Trauma
  • Weight-loss

Sessions will often run between 60 to 90 minutes in a relaxed, comfortable environment. The concessions clinic is run at a cost that covers rent, practitioners time, and use of equipment, with no mind for profit.

We’re able to save of practitioners’ payment because it doesn’t take a 3-year degree to run these basic yet effective programmes. The Concessions Clinic sessions are often run by our practitioners in training.

If you are interested in our Concessions Clinic therapies, you can find more information and book online HERE. Alternatively you can get in touch with our Lead Practitioner, Kasey, at admin@ncet.co.uk, or call us on 03301 3301 83.

Full Equipment Set-Up 12. Renting A SCIO Device For Home Use

We are the only organisation in the world that can offer SCIO devices (the same devices we use for healing in clinic) for home rental use.(Have we mentioned how expensive these devices are? Not many companies can manage that kind of capital.)

All of our rental programmes offer either discounted or free sessions with our Lead Practitioner, Kasey. You will also have access to our dedicated team should you have any questions or require help. Our SCIO devices provide an in-depth evaluation into your general well-being and health. A few examples of what they scan for include:

  • Mineral Levels
  • Vitamin Levels
  • Allergies and Sensitivities
  • Blood Oxygen Levels
  • Cell Regeneration & Regrowth
  • Fungus (Candida albicans and other types of Candida)
  • Worms and other parasites

Our rental scheme allows individuals, couples, or families to split the monthly cost of renting the device. By renting a SCIO device, you can run as many PEMF therapy sessions on yourself at no extra cost. You can also use the device on other family members or friends, meaning everyone around you can benefit at no extra cost.

If you are interested in renting a SCIO device, you can visit our page HERE. Alternatively you can get in touch with our Research Assistant, Aled, at admin@ncet.co.uk or call us on 03301 3301 83.

3. No Requirement To Book Sessions In Bulk

At NCET we understand that booking many sessions at once can strain the finances. Therefore, our Lead Practitioner, Kasey, accepts payment for one-off sessions every time. Whilst we offer discounted bulk sessions, we ensure our singular sessions are priced fairly. This ensures that patients can visit us as and when it works for them financially, without having to commit larger sums of money at once.

Sewing for Barter - Photo by Wallace Chuck from Pexels4. Barter is Optional

Some tasks that need doing at the Centre are helpful and easy to accomplish. On a case-by-case basis, most of our practitioners will barter in part for their services. (That means they’ll discount their prices if you can help them in another way.) Forms of barter can include:

  • Distributing flyers at libraries, caf├ęs, shops, gyms and health stores
  • Distributing flyers door-to-door
  • Gathering wild, fresh herbs such as dandelion, burdock or stinging nettle
  • Gathering elderflower or brambleberries / blackberries
  • Making decorations, candles or other household items that can be re-sold or given as gifts
  • Making clothing or greeting cards
  • Making colloidal silver, colloidal zinc or distilled water — we can lend you all the equipment and pick up the supplies after a week

Please ask the practitioner of your choice about barter before you book your appointment.

5. Ways To Cover Financial Costs Externally

There are a few ways to continue therapy using external Trusts. One we can recommend (though we are not affiliated with) is the Yellow Heart Trust. Trusts such as these offer small grants to ensure individuals can continue with the therapy they need. These Trusts, as well as NCET, understand the financial impact of extended therapy, and therefore are created to help those who need it most. You can find out more and apply for a grant by visiting HERE.

The Future Of Electro-Magnetic Therapy

We are constantly researching and conducting clinical trials related to Electromagnetic Therapy in the hopes that it will eventually be adopted or subsidised by the NHS. There has been a promising start as the NHS have already provided Biofeedback Treatment for Pelvic Floor muscle training. We hope to expand the uses and possibilities of PEMF therapy with the help from our community. If the NHS adopt PEMF therapy, it allows the treatment to become accessible and affordable to all.

If you have any queries about any of the information provided, please get in touch with Aled at as@ncet.co.uk, or call us on 03301 3301 83.

About the Author: Aled Slade

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