Benefits of Acupunture

Acupuncture has been used for thousands of years; more and more people are enjoying this natural way to improve their health.   Acupuncture is endorsed by the NHS for chronic lower back pain, chronic tension-type headaches and migraines.

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Acupuncture is widely considered to be beneficial for a range of illnesses and symptoms, from clearly defined to more general feelings of ill health and low energy.  Many people use acupuncturee to help with a specific symptom, pain or condition, others choose it to help maintain good health or just to improve their sense of well being.

When people try acupuncture for the first time, they're typically surprised by the fact it doesn't hurt as the needles are hair fine. Many people report that the process is either energizing or immensely relaxing.

The treatment focus is on the individual and all symptoms are seen in relation to each other. Each patient is unique.

If you would like more advice on using acupuncture for specific conditions such as pain relief, IBS, stress, anxiety, depression, migraine and menopause, please visit the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC) website for a series of free fact sheets and more information, or the NHS website .

Acupuncture for Health – News – Links

Daily Mail Link (Click Here)
Millions of patients with ‘unexplained symptoms’ could benefit from acupuncture on the NHS.

Can acupuncture be a painkiller? – BBC (Click Here)
It’s evidence of an effect that might explain how acupuncture could work as a painkiller.

Alternative Medicine Acupuncture The Evidence …
Alternative Medicine: The Evidence on Acupuncture Kathy begins her journey …
BBC documentary (57 mins)

BBC – Press Office – Alternative Medicine: The Evidence (Click Here)
Acupuncture deactivates ‘pain area’ in brain … conducted in the BBC Television series Alternative Medicine: The Evidence (BBC TWO)

NICE Recommends Acupuncture for Migraines and Tension Headache (Click Here)

NICE Recommends Acupuncture to help alleviate Lower Back Pain

NHS.UK Acupuncture

British Acupuncture Council website
A-Z fact sheets
World Health Organization (WHO) website