A consultation is a one to one discussion with your client which allows you to find out the important and confidential information that will help you advise and give clients the best treatment.

Always introduce yourself to your client and treat clients a whole taking into consideration general well-being, i.e. health, emotional, physical and mental states. You need to explain clearly why you are carrying out a consultation.

Within your consultation it is important to make the most out of your session, not only getting to know your client but getting to know their

requirements for treatment, this is done through visual observation, verbal questioning and physical examination.

Use open questions to encourage your client to give you information without them feeling interrogated, this will allow you to connect with your client and offer them the best possible solution which will match their criteria, work together to set an objective for the treatment.

Client Details

Telephone Number:

Medical History

Do you have or have you ever suffered from: high/low blood pressure, depressive illness, pace maker, epilepsy/fits, panic attacks, stroke, anxiety, diabetes, migraine/headaches, asthma, heart disease, pregnancy, operation in the last 6 months, phlebitis, infections illness,

dysfunction of the nervous system, varicose veins, localised inflammation, bruising, open wounds, scar tissue, swelling, arthritis.

Medical history:
GP Practice:

I acknowledge that all information on this consultation sheet above my signature is accurate and correct to the best of my knowledge. I accept full and complete responsibility for my own emotional and/or physical wellbeing both during and after this treatment. I agree to inform the therapist of any changes to my circumstances during any subsequent treatments. I realise any advice given to me to carry out between treatment is important and I agree to make every effort to carry this out.

Signed (client): Date: