Acupuncture is an ancient traditional medicine that has become widely accepted by the medical profession as an effective treatment for a broad range of problems and illnesses. These include infertility, back and joint problems, migraines, sleep problems, hayfever and other allergies, anxiety and stress, digestive disorders, and many more conditions. Acupuncture can also be used as a treatment for restoring good health, for example after flu, or for fatigue and the ill effects of stress. It can also be used as a support during pregnancy and for treating nausea.
Practitioners: Sarah Major, David Cocks, Ping Ho, Claire Tindall
Treatments last approximately 40 minutes. The first few treatments may take place at weekly intervals. Subsequent but less frequent treatments support and encourage further improvement and maintain vitality.
All needles are fine, high quality, disposable and unique to each client. The tip of the needles are placed in the surface of the skin at selected points of the body, mainly below the knee and elbow, depending on the diagnosis, and are left in for a short period of time. Most clients feel little or no discomfort.
Acupuncture is a highly effective treatment that can be used on its own, or in conjunction with other medical and alternative treatments.