Chinese Medicine: Acupuncture treatment benefits a vast rage of common health concerns. Offering relief to specific aches and pains, repetitive strain injury, occupational strain injuries, dupuytren’s contracture, osteoarthritis of the knee, migraine, headaches, anxiety, low back pain, sciatica, insomnia, fertility issues, menopause, overactive bladder, irritiable bowel disorder & post-viral fatigue*.
Emotional and physical stresses can underly many of our health concerns. Treatment is based on the East Asian method of addressing the root causes of disharmony and imbalance within the body in order to help restore harmony to mind and body. Acupuncture therapy is seen by many as a ‘top-up’ when feeling ‘out of sync’ and ‘out of balance’ – much of this is felt without obvious diagnosis and can leave us feeling adrift when it comes to presenting our concerns to healthcare professionals. Acupuncture can reduce muscle tension, relieve pain, whilst also releasing endorphins to lessen anxiety and focus the mind.
The benificial practice of acupuncture therapy understands you and can enable wellbeing from inside – out.
A list of some of the conditions we address:
- Asthma, hayfever & allergies -Sinusitis
- Headaches & migraines
- Digestive disorders
- Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
- Anxiety and stress
- Addiction withdrawal
- MS (Multiple Sclerosis)
- ME (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome)
- Arthritis & rheumatism
- Backache and sports injuries
- Musculoskeletal & neurological problems
- Post Viral Fatigue syndrome
- High blood pressure
- Female and Male fertility support
- IUI & IVF assistance
- Menstrual problems
- Menopausal symptoms
- Pregnancy care
The British Acupuncture Council provides fact sheets that are produced to provide accurate and unbiased general information for a variety of conditions. They provide summaries of research and how acupuncture may be beneficial: https://www.acupuncture.org.uk
Links to further systematic reviews & clinical trial outcomes:
*Please note: As with all medical issues, if you have any concerns, please visit your GP.