If you are considering using acupuncture to help improve your or your families health then our dedicated acupuncturists can offer you professional treatment at a competitive price. Traditional ChineseAcupuncture has developed a key role in healthcare in the United Kingdom. Modern research is confirming the effectiveness of acupucture for a range of conditions, from back pain to low mood, fertility problems to sleep problems and more.
Traditional Chinese medicine has a history of over 5000 years. It is an ecological and natural form of treatment and has been proved to be very effective in treating many kinds of chronic disease andskin conditions. Chinese Medicine Centre 2000 is the largest Chinese medicine clinic in Glasgow and is also one of the longest established Chinese medicine shops in Scotland, helping people with chronic disease, digestive conditions and skin conditions.
Life Medicine is an easy to use directory of complementary therapies and practitioners in and around Glasgow. The directory offers information about therapies and practitioners in the Glasgow area.Our articles on health and therapy issues are written by contributing therapists from the Life Medicine directory. There is a diary of upcoming courses and events run by the practitioners involved in Life Medicine. At Life Medicine we are all passionate and committed therapists.
Is a health care system that goes back over two thousand years; the focus of Five Element Acupuncture is on the individual, not on their illness, and all the symptoms are seen in relationship to eachother. Each patient is unique; two people with the same western diagnosis may well receive different acupuncture treatment. This style of acupuncture can be very effective in helping anxiety, depression, migraine, high blood pressure, digestive problems such as IBS, diverticulitis.
Tuina massage, cupping and moxibustion are often used alongside acupuncture or instead of it for those who wish to experience other components of Chinese Medicine. Can acupuncture help me? Acupuncturetreatment is always based on each person's unique context - there is no such thing as one size fits all in Chinese medicine. However there is plenty of research on the effectiveness of acupuncture for many conditions.
Eleanor Davies originally trained as a therapeutic radiographer and worked in the Beatson Oncology centre in Glasgow. In 2004 she became a member of the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC). The BAcCensures that all members have completed sufficient training and are insured, they also set down strict codes of conduct and ethics which members have to adhere to.
Francesca qualified as a Traditional Chinese Acupuncturist in 2002 from the Northern College of Acupuncture. She has also graduated from Strathclyde University as a Person Centred Counsellor.Francesca practices in the West End and South Side of Glasgow and in Edinburgh. She has built up a busy practice offering both Counselling and Acupuncture separately, as well as offering clients the opportunity of integrating both practices during their sessions.
As an acupuncturist and Massage therapist in Glasgow, Paula encourages optimum health not just physically, but emotionally, spiritually and mentally by utilising her high level of training in bothacupuncture and massage techniques. As a licenced practitioner in Glasgow she endeavours to enrich peoples lives using Traditional Acupuncture techniques and massage to allevite symptoms of modern day living to the people of Glasgow and surrounding areas.