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Restrictive contraindications

If a condition is noted as a restrictive contraindication, this means that the treatment may be performed in certain circumstances – for instance, if the condition is minor rather than severe. A client may suffer with a restrictive contraindication that may only be temporary, once the condition has been treated, they may be able to undergo treatment

Here are a few examples of restrictive contra-indications.

Diabetes – some people with diabetes have skin that is very slow to heal. The skin will be watched closely to make sure it does not overreact to treatments.

  1. Warts, Moles and skin tags (area can be avoided).
  2. Psoriasis
  3. Eczema
  4. Epilepsy
  5. Folliculitis
  6. Glaucoma
  7. Hay Fever
  8. Herpes Simplex Eye Infections
  9. Psoriasis
  10. Rosacea
  11. Seizures