Chinese Acupuncture Treatment

Acupuncture treatment has been practiced in China and the Far East for thousands of years as an integral part of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Acupuncture is a safe and effective system of healing and can be used to treat people of all ages with a wide range of illnesses.
According to Chinese philosophy, our physical health is dependant on the balanced flow of qi, the universal life force. The smooth flow of qi can be disturbed by a number of factors, amongst them emotional stress, anger, fear or grief, hereditary dispositions or outside influences such as poor nutrition, infection or trauma.

Since prehistoric times, the Chinese people have evolved a complex theoretical framework based on practical clinical experience to guide a trained acupuncturist to restore these imbalances by the insertion of very fine needles into energy-channels called meridians. In this way an acupuncturist aims to stimulate the body’s own healing power and restore the innate equilibrium and harmonious state of balance of the physical and emotional aspects that constitute health and wellbeing.

Acupuncture treatment is able to benefit a wide range of disorders including the following conditions:

Painful and musculo-skeletal disorders including back pain, sciatica, frozen shoulder, tennis elbow, osteo-arthritis, sprains and injuries to soft tissue and their after effects etc.

Neurological disorders including headache & migraine, tinnitus, after effects of stroke, facial paralysis (bells palsy)

Menstrual, gynaecological and obstetric disorders including premenstrual syndrome (PMT), painful periods, morning sickness, malposition of the foetus, delayed labour, insufficiency of breast milk

Male and female infertility

Anxiety states, panic, depression and insomnia

Digestive disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome, indigestion, haemorrhoids, and obesity

Urinary tract diseases such as recurrent cystitis and urethritis

Circulatory diseases such as Raynauds disease, intermittent claudication, and recurrent cramping

Addiction disorders including tobacco, drug and alcohol addiction

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