Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a part of Chinese Medicine which has has been practiced for over 2000 years. Acupuncture has undergone continuous development over this time to become the comprehensive treatment that it is today. Acupuncture works by stimulating and balancing the energy in the body. In Chinese Medicine this energy is called Qi (pronounced chi).

The insertion of fine needles is used to rebalance the flow of energy, blood and fluids in the body and restore health. Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine is based on the principle of yin and yang. The symbol of yin and yang depicts perfect harmony and balance in the body which promotes natural healing and well being. Acupuncture is a complementary therapy which can work effectively on its own or in tandem with modern Western techniques and medication. Acupuncture is an effective treatment which brings about real change (for more information published by the World Health Organisation see here). The approach treats the whole person and seeks to find and treat the root cause for the maximum impact on improved health. There is a growing body of research supporting its benefits.

Acupuncture can be used to treat a variety of conditions including: Respiratory Conditions, Digestive Conditions, Cardiovascular Conditions, Urinary Conditions, Stress and Insomnia, Gynaecological and Menstrual Disorders, Fertility and Pregnancy Issues, Weight Loss, Fatigue and Tiredness, Sports Injury, Musculoskeletal conditions, Neurological pain and conditions (including shingles), Osteo and Rheumatoid Arthritis, Headaches and Migranes, Anxiety and Depression.