Acupuncture is a holistic system of medicine originating in China and dating back thousands of years. By recognising and utilising the immense potential the human body has to adjust, repair and rebalance itself, acupuncture can treat the root cause, and not just the symptoms, providing both health care and disease management.

In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) our health is dependent on Qi, the body’s motivating energy, which flows smoothly and balanced around the body.  If this flow is impeded problems can occur.  These include emotional states such as anxiety, stress, anger, fear or grief, poor nutrition, weather conditions, hereditary factors, infections, poisons and trauma. By inserting fine needles into channels of energy an acupuncturist can correct this imbalance, stimulating the body’s own healing response.

How can acupuncture help me?

Traditional acupuncture treatment is developing an ever increasing interest and credibility in the West due to the growing evidence-base for its` effectiveness in addressing a whole range of medical conditions and non medical concerns. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has listed over forty medical conditions that lend themselves to acupuncture treatment. Evidence exists for the efficacy of acupuncture in addressing a whole range of conditions including the following :

• Chronic pain    • Postoperative pain    • Pain from arthritis    • Headaches
• Side-effects of chemotherapy    • Digestive disorders    • IVF support and infertility
• Menstrual disorders and pain    • Alleviation of anxiety
• Panic disorders and insomnia    • Skin disorders
• Respiratory conditions

Daniel has a specific interest in pain management.

For in depth information on diseases and disorders that CAN BE TREATED WITH ACUPUNCTURE, how to prepare for your visit or to contact daniel please visit his website by clicking here.

The following example, taken from the British Acupuncture Council website, is intended to show the very real benefits Traditional Acupuncture can bring to main stream health care. Although not available at present, the BAcC are working toward making “Acupuncture for back pain on the NHS” happen in sometime to come.

BAcC responds to NICE guidelines re acupuncture for back pain on the NHS

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