Eleanor Day

Although it is fascinating to know that acupuncture has evolved over thousands of years, all that is eclipsed by how useful this style of medicine is proving to be now, in the present day. Because of its ingenious practical application, people from all walks of life are turning to acupuncture to find solutions to both physical and emotional conditions. There is good, old-fashioned common sense running through the theory and practice of acupuncture, based on natural patterns. Using this approach we are able to bring our line of medical inquiry back to a personal level, talking about what is happening in accessible, meaningful terms, and considering whether the signs and symptoms might be part of a whole picture.