I have been studying and practising the principles of ancient Chinese Medicine since 2001. I was originally drawn to Five-Element Acupuncture because of its emphasis on treating the whole personrather than focusing solely on the symptoms - an approach radically different from the type of medicine practised in the West. In classical Chinese acupuncture, symptoms are seen as the body's natural response to disease.
Stroud Natural Health Clinic opened in 1986 and continues to provide a wide range of natural complementary therapies with friendly professional service. We have eighteen qualified practitioners whoall belong to their professional associations. Our receptionist can assist you with choosing the most appropriate therapy or arrange a short free introductory consultation with any therapist of your choice. Natural treatments are now a well-established option for people with all kinds of health problems.
The Cheltenham Clinic of Acupuncture and Chiropractic was initially founded in 1978 by acupuncturists Mike Eatough and Annie Fitzgerald at Faunconberg Lodge. On moving to Clarence Square in 1985 weevolved to include other practitioners and were joined by chiropractor Simon Spearing in 1991 and acupuncturist Daniel Blyth in 1998. In 2001 the clinic moved to Ormond Terrace and in 2005 to our present address at 199 Bath Road.
REDS Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic is located in Coleford, providing Physiotherapy Services to the Forest of Dean, Ross-On-Wye, Monmouth and surrounding areas. Clients of REDS PhysiotherapyClinic will be assessed and treated by one of the clinics Physiotherapists in a purposely built treatment room.
This system offers a holistic approach, not only to achieving the absence of symptoms, but one that focuses on improving all aspects of well being: physical, mental and emotional. Although patientsmay initially come to acupuncture for help with a specific problem, they will usually find it achieving far more than they initially expected.
At SHC we provide effective, natural and holistic treatment for those seeking greater physical and emotional health. Your health and vitality is very precious to SHC, you will find a warm andwelcoming atmosphere at the clinic and treatment is built on individual needs and wishes. The clinic provides high standards of personal care without the 'white coat' and 'conveyor belt' feelings that are often experienced at many medical clinics.
Luke studied acupuncture for a period of four years at the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine (CICM) in Reading. Luke trained in both Five Element Theory and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) andgraduated from CICM with a Bachelor of Science Honours degree and Licentiate in Acupuncture. During this time Luke also trained at the BODYHARMONICS Centre achieving a Diploma in Tui Na Foundation (Chinese therapeutic massage).
If you are considering acupuncture as a course of treatment you may be reassured to know that millions of people have been helped through its practice. Whether your condition is predominately physicalor emotional in nature, acupuncture can bring you rapid improvements, but even when getting better is a more gradual process life can be enhanced as result of sleeping better and from increased motivation as you become energised and have improved mental clarity.
Services are offered throughout South West Gloucestershire, covering Cheltenham, Gloucester, Ross, Stroud, Ledbury and Newent and everywhere in between. Because only the ear is used in treatment, earacupuncture can easily be carried out at home if this is preferred by the patient. Bioenergy therapy and reiki are also suitable as home treatments. Ear acupuncture can be used to treat groups of people together, to help with relaxation and stress management.
Matthew is highly experienced in the treatment of many problems including neck, shoulder and back pain, headache and migraine, pain management and fertility issues he also has a special interest inthe treatment of stress and anxiety. Matthew is qualified in both Traditional Chinese Medicine and Five Element Acupuncture. Matthew is recognised by most private health insurers.
Mr. Jimin Lu is a registered healthcare professional. He graduated in Zhejiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1995 with a Master Degree of Medicine. He had practiced Acupuncture andTraditional Chinese Medicine at the state hospital in China for 10 years before he moved to the UK in 2005. Since then he has been practicing acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine in the UK.
I am Jamie Gisby and I practice acupuncture and allergy & environmental therapy in Gloucestershire, UK. I see patients from Gloucester, Cheltenham, Cirencester, Stroud, the Forest of Dean andsurrounding areas. I also use low intensity light therapy (LILT/laser acupuncture). I practice both modern and traditional styles of acupuncture, including both 5-element and TCM styles.
I'm pleased to be able to offer you acupuncture and/or oriental massage therapy in Cheltenham. I specialise in combining acupuncture with electricity and/or a heat lamp or acupuncture with moxa. I notonly use traditional acupuncture points as used in China but combine these with microsystems acupuncture such as wrist, ankle, scalp acupuncture and auricular acupuncture. These additional techiques dramatically increase health benefits and reduce pain.
BODYHARMONICS® Oriental Medicine was founded by Maria Mercati to provide treatment and training to the highest possible standards in the traditional Oriental healing systems. Her books"Step-by-Step Tui Na" published by Gaia Books and "Thai Massage" published by Marshall are definitive texts. Her third book "Tui Na for a Healthy Brighter Child" presents Tui Na for babies (0-6 years) in a uniquely understandable format for Western mothers. Her books have been translated into 12 languages.
She did her initial 3-year Acupuncture training at the International College of Oriental Medicine in East Grinstead, England, qualifying in 1977. She also received a certificate in Remedial Massageduring that time. Then in 1983 she travelled to Nanjing, China, to study for 3 months and to work in a hospital where every patient was treated with Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs.
My father was a keen sportsman with chronic back and neck problems. I taught myself massage and basic herbal medicine so that I could treat him and alleviate his suffering. This ultimately paved theway for a career in complementary medicine spanning 27 years. Katheryne initially worked as a masseuse in private practice, she went on to combine work and study at the International College of Oriental Medicine.