Traditional Chinese Medicine, or TCM, is a medical practice that is both an art and a science of healing. Chinese Medicine is an ancient system of healing and has a long and impressive history, goingback thousands of years, of alleviating pain and helping to improve the symptoms of many chronic conditions.
Our community acupuncture clinics are located on Bean Street (off Anlaby Road) in Hull and York Road Market Weighton, in the heart of East Yorkshire within easy reach of Driffield, Pocklington andBeverley. Alternative medicine can be costly. At Hull and East Yorkshire Community Acupuncture we are committed to keeping acupuncture affordable for all. We can achieve this by treating several people together in one room. Acupuncture needles need 20 - 30 minutes to do their work.
Core Acupuncture provides the highest standard for treatment and care to the people of Hull and surrounding areas for a wide range of health issues. Based on Traditional Chinese Medicine, thetreatment seeks to re-establish the free flow of qi (vital energy) to restore balance and trigger the body's natural healing response. Traditional acupuncture can be a very effective treatment for many physical, mental and emotional conditions as well as providing great relief from muscle and joint pains.
Ben holds a BSc honours degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine (Acupuncture). The course involved over 2000 hours of training and education, this includes intense clinical hands on training as well asa deep knowledge of Chinese medicine and western biomedical sciences. Ben has treated many different patients with various different conditions using acupuncture, these include depression, Parkinson's disease, Tinnitus, stress, insomnia and Fibromyalgia.
The Wellbeing Centre is a Complementary Health Clinic in Market Weighton, East Yorkshire. The Wellbeing Centre is ideally placed, in the centre of Market Weighton. It is also within easy reach ofBeverley, Holme on Spalding Moor, Pocklington and Driffield, serving much of the rural East Riding of Yorkshire. The treatment rooms are all on the ground floor with ease of access for all and a public car park next door.