Clinical Acupuncture

Additional Info:

Acupuncture.

The overall aim of acupuncture is to restore the body’s equilibrium. Acupuncture is uniquely suited to modern life in that physical and psychological areas are seen as interdependent, and reflect what many people perceive as the connection between the different aspects of their lives.

The focus is on the individual, not their illness, and all the symptoms are seen in relation to each other.

The underlying principle of treatment is that illness and pain occur when the body’s qi, or vital energy, cannot flow freely.

Treatment

A detailed consultation will take place, prior to your acupuncture sessions, in order to deliver the very best care and treatment for you. Your Acupuncturist will insert needles into specific points along meridian lines to influence and restore balance to the flow of qi. There are over 1,000 acupuncture points on the body.

Benefits

stimulates the release of pain-relieving endorphins

influences the release of neurotransmitters (substances that transmit nerve impulses to the brain)

influences the autonomic nervous system (relaxation response)

stimulates circulatory system

Acupuncture may help with

sciatica

arthritis

carpal tunnel syndrome

menstrual cramps

allergies

fibromyalgia

pregnancy-related ailments

menopausal symptoms

back pain

asthma

infertility

migraines and tension headaches

sinusitis

anxiety & stress

common cold

stroke

trigeminal neuralgia

chronic pain

tennis elbow

frozen shoulder