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The Hingorani clinic was established in 1979 and offers a wide range of therapies to assist the restoration of health and well being. The clinic operates from specifically designed and equippedpremises in Bearwood Hill Road, Burton-on-Trent, Derbyshire. The clinic is run by Susan Hingorani who is recognised by private medical insurers including BUPA and PPP.
Whether you are suffering from a muscle injury, a busy working mum in need of an energy boost, or hoping to make the most out of your retirement as you enter your golden years, receiving treatment canhelp you overcome specific conditions as well as enhancing your general well-being. People receiving treatment for unrelated issues often report improved sleep, digestion, mood and energy levels.
Osteopathy is a preventative and corrective therapy focusing on disorders of the musculo-skeletal system. Osteopaths use a highly developed sense of touch to identify areas of weakness or strainthroughout the body. Treating these restores the body's natural ability to heal itself. Osteopathic treatment is suitable for all ages. It compromises a number of different techniques including the trademark manipulation, soft tissue stretching and joint articulation.
Enjoy a new, recharged you that can look at life from a new, healthier perspective. We are a unique Centre as we have many therapies all under one roof. This allows us to get the best possiblesolution to your problem as sometimes it is a mixture of treatments that can bring about the best results. Millburn is a professionally run clinic, where all the therapists are experts in their own field.
Western Medical Acupuncture is used following an orthodox diagnosis and applies scientific principles to formulate a treatment to relieve symptoms. While Western medical acupuncture has evolved fromChinese acupuncture, its practitioners no longer adhere to concepts such as Yin/Yang and circulation of qi, and regard acupuncture as part of conventional medicine.
I decided to train as an acupuncturist after having treatment myself and being amazed by its effects. I found that acupuncture helped my original condition as well as profoundly improving my enjoymentof life. I decided I wanted to be able to provide the same positive health benefits for others.
We are the longest established multi-practitioner osteopathic and acupuncture practice based in Huntingdon and St Neots. Our osteopaths and acupuncturists have over 49 years combined experience. Over15,000 osteopathic and acupuncture patients in Huntingdon and St Neots have already benefited from our extensive knowledge and expertise. Our success can be attributed to the expertise and professionalism of our osteopaths and acupuncturists.
Simone Davis BA BSc DipCHM LicAc MBAcC has been working in complementary therapies for 17 years and is qualified in a range of treatments from around the world including Traditional and 5-Elementacupuncture, Chinese herbal remedies, Swedish massage, Indian head massage, Thai yoga as well as meditation and relaxation techniques. She has a private practice in Penarth, South Wales and also works for her professional body, the British Acupuncture Council as a Professional Development Lead helping other practitioners with their business and professional development.
Hawkes Physiotherapy is a small clinic based in Talke, Stoke-on-Trent. Personally I feel that this is a huge advantage for my patients. I find that I have the time to really get invested in theperson, to understand them better and ultimately help them. I like to consider that the care that I offer has more of a personal approach instead of the big "faceless" practices that exist (trust me I've been there and got the T-shirt!).
Traditional acupuncture is based on Traditional Chinese Medicine principles that have been developed, researched and refined for over 2,500 years. Trained in both Western Medicine and TraditionalChinese Medicine and qualified as a medical doctor in Shanghai, China, I truly recognise the benefits of complementary medicine and the integration of both disciplines.
The Devizes Acupuncture Practice was set up in 1998 by Sue Bishop and Jane Ford, who had already been practising seperately for a number of years and decided to bring their skills together. Thepractice grew and they were joined by Acupuncturist Anneli Engberg and more recently by Medical Herbalist Sarah Walters.
I have been established as a chiropractor in Quorn since 2001, and in full time practice in the Loughborough and Leicester area since graduating from the McTimoney College of Chiropractic (Oxford) in1996 with a Diploma In Chiropractic (DC). My first contact with chiropractic was as a patient in 1982. I received treatment for a back problem from several Osteopaths and Chiropractors, and eventually came across McTimoney Chiropractic.
Over the years Adam has trained with medical doctors and surgeons as well as many other osteopaths and physiotherapists. Adam has owned the Lace Market Clinic in Nottingham for over 9 years. He takesa simple approach to business, keeping the overheads low which means he is not under pressure to make money off every client enabling him to focus on doing what he enjoys best which is helping clients to get better. The best evidence for this is in how Adam structures his diary.
Tom is a fully qualified Acupuncturist who specialises in Musculosketal conditions such as Neck, Shoulder, Elbow, Back, Hip and knee pain. He has over 10 years of wealth in Acupuncture and hassuccessfully helped many patients with acute and chronic conditions. If you do have a condition that is troubling you please contact Tom for an appointment or enquiry.
My name is Amanda Banks and I practice Acupuncture and Naturopathy in Billericay and central London. Acupuncture involves the insertion of fine, sterile, single use needles (a fifth of a millimetrethick) being inserted into a specific pressure point around the body in order to restore health, balance and harmony. Naturopathy is a system of alternative medicine based on the theory that diseases can be successfully treated or prevented without the use of drugs.