Are you looking for an holistic approach to your health?

Acupuncture needles on a bowl - Worcester Acupuncture

Why choose acupuncture?

Acupuncture is a tried and tested system of medicine with its roots in China Fine, disposable needles are used to stimulate points on meridians or energy pathways with the aim of balancing the body’s natural defences.

Can acupuncture help you?

Many people may be familiar with acupuncture’s use in muscular– skeletal problems such as

  • Back problems
  • Knee pain
  • Tennis elbow
  • Frozen shoulder

But there are other areas it can help with too.

Acupuncture can also help with…

There are a number of other issues which may be helped by acupuncture including:

  • Migraines
  • Anxiety
  • Panic attacks
  • Depression
  • Menstrual problems
  • Menopausal symptoms

“Acupuncture proven to treat tension type headaches and migraines”  Recommendation from NICE September 2012

Acupuncture seeks to:

  • Balance energy
  • Enhance well being
  • Promote healthy living
  • Maintain the body’s equilibrium

Will it hurt?

Acupuncture treatment involves inserting very fine needles into the channels of energy (meridians). This helps to restore the body to its natural balance. The needles can be either inserted and removed straight away or left in for about 20 minutes.

Many people experience a slight tingling feeling which they say is quite pleasant

Watch my video to find out more about the experience

What people say

My migraines have improved significantly from most of the time to about once a month. They are also not so intense. I have been able to go back to work which is great.

RW 2016

My shoulder pain decreased significantly after the treatment. I can also use my arm much more. Thank you.

PM 2017

Thank you for all your acupuncture support in getting him here for us – we’re so in love with him. You are a miracle worker.

LH 2014

Just wanted to tell you how much better I feel after your treatment. About 10 years younger in fact! Mum feels the same and she was quite cynical initially.

NB 2012