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Acupuncture is a system of healing and treatment, which has been practiced in China and other Eastern countries for thousands of years. Often used for pain relief it is also used to treat a wide range of illness. The purpose of Acupuncture is to rebalance opposing energy forces in different parts of the body. It strengthens and balances internal organs, clears toxins, reduces bloating, pain and balances the body.


Acupuncture focuses on overall well being rather than treating only specific, isolated symptoms. The aim of acupuncture is to restore balance within a person's physical, emotional and spiritual aspect. According to traditional Chinese philosophy our health is dependent on the body's free flow of vital energy, known as QI that runs through meridians in the body. When this flow becomes blocked or unbalanced, illness can result. The insertion of fine needles at various points on the body helps to stimulate the body’s own healing response and restore the natural balance. Only the finest sterile disposable needles are used ensuring treatment is as gentle and safe as possible.


The body can be disrupted by any number of factors such as anxiety, stress, poor nutrition, weather conditions, genetics, infections, toxins, parasites, and/or trauma. Acupuncture aims to restore the body's natural balance by stimulating homeostasis.  

Acupuncture may help the following conditions:


Back Pain / Skin complaints / IBS / TMJ problems / Rheumatic pain / Alopecia / Amenorrhea (Loss of Menstrual Period) / Anxiety / Knee Pain / Carpal Tunnel Syndrome / Chronic Fatigue/ Common Cold and Flu / Constipation / Depression / Diarrhea / Dysmenorrhea (menstrual cramps)

Eye Disorders  / Fibromyalgia / Frozen Shoulder / Headache and Migraine / Impotence / Incontinence  / Infertility / Insomnia / Low Back Pain / Meniere's Disease / Mental Emotional Problems / Mouth Disorders / Night sweats / Neurologic and Musculoskeletal Disorders / Osteoarthritis / Premenstrual Syndrome / Reproductive & Gynecological Conditions / Sciatica / Sports Injuries and Pains / Spotting and Excessive Bleeding / Stress / Toothache /

Tennis/Golfers Elbow

The ideal approach is to begin treatment as soon as possible. The sooner you seek help, the easier any condition is to treat. The effects of Acupuncture tend to be cumulative; therefore follow-up treatments are important once the healing process begins. The more consistent you are with your Acupuncture treatments, the better the likelihood of achieving positive results.

Treatment starting from £40

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