Acupuncture is one of the healing modalities of Traditional Chinese Medicine and is the most well-known. Acupuncture needles are sterile & fresh for each patient. They are so fine, much smaller than those used to take blood.
Acupuncture - Ear (Auriculotherapy)
Each of our ears has up to 200 acupuncture points which relate to specific areas of our whole body. The outer ear acts like a switchboard to the brain and each point triggers electrical impulses, from the ear, via the brain, to the area of the body being treated. It is particularly efficient at treating addictions such as smoking, food, and drugs.
Acupuncture - Without needles
If the idea of needles makes you shy away, but you would still like to receive the benefits of acupuncture we can offer you a just as effective alternative! (NB image is indicative only of machine used and will vary according to practitioner)
Chinese Herbal Medicine
Medicinal Herbs have been used for centuries to cure diseases and alleviate discomfort as part of Traditional Chinese Medicine. The first Chinese herbalist tome, the Agriculture Emperor's Materia Medica, was written in 221-206BC.
Cupping Therapy is another modality of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It is an ancient healing art using cups to create suction pressure on the skin.
Chinese Medicine or CM dates back more than 4000 years in practice and continual development.