I employ carers from a care agency. Once a week the agency sends me a letter showing which carer is booked to come to me and at what time. Today's letter also included a leaflet from a woman offering Refloxology, £22 for 45 minutes, as well as hand and foot massage or manicure/pedicure for various prices starting at £10 for 15 minutes, plus travel costs for a home visit. She has a qualification called IIHHT Dip and says she qualified an anatomy, physiology and reflexology Level 3 (whatever that is). I suspect is was something like a few weekends over a year. I came across Reflexology decades ago when I spent some time in the alt med world, and even there reflexology was considered at the fringes of alt med. Here's her description of Reflexology: It then goes on to make even wilder claims: I have written to the care agency to complain and say I think it's highly misleading and irresponsible to be advertising un-evidenced therapies to their vulnerable clients. I suspect the leaflet just stays within advertising standards rules, since it doesn't directly claim she will help with any of these conditions, but it is certainly very misleading. Any thoughts?