What happens during a treatment
A full detailed medical history is taken, together with an inspection of your tongue, Chinese pulses are taking from your wrists and from all this information a traditional Chinese diagnosis will be made and a treatment plan.
Thin, fine needles are inserted into certain acupuncture points, according to an individuals’ treatment plan. Approximately 4-12 needles will be inserted for 15-30 mins. Sometimes massage, cupping and moxibustion will also form part of your treatment.
In general people tend to feel relaxed after a treatment and have a good night’s sleep.
Balance Your Energies
Acupuncture is part of traditional Chinese Medicine dating back thousands of years originating in China. It is based on a theory whereby meridians (channels) of energy (qi) run all over the body. If a person is well the flow of qi runs smoothly if it is blocked illness and pain can occur. I use acupuncture, massage, cupping and moxibustion to stimulate the qi in the relevant channels and restore balance and wellbeing.
Common Conditions Acupuncture Can Treat
Frequently asked questions
What are your opening hours?
What are your prices?
£60 for first treatment
How long do the treatments last?
First Treatment 60-75 Minutes
Do you offer any concession to payments?
10% discount for NHS staff
Do you have parking?
The street is parking zone C, permit parking only. You are welcome to park on our driveway, otherwise i will arrange a permit for you. Please provide your car registration number.
Is there a waiting area?
Unfortunately there is no reception area, please wait in your vehicle until your appointment time.
What is your cancellation policy?
During the pandemic there is no charge for cancellation if you have tested positive for COVID 19 or are isolating.