Acupuncture can benefit a number of ailments, such as insomnia, IBS, migraines, back ache, IVF, tennis elbow etc. Using 'single use sterile needles' I stimulate acupuncture points along meridiansrunning throughout your body to restore balance and health. It is said that disease occurs when your body is imbalanced, therefore if you can correct the imbalance ideally the disease will be no more.
Tim Stillwell qualified from the International College of Oriental Medicine in 1987. His further studies over the years include a postgraduate clinical course in Nanjing, China. Massage has alwaysbeen a part of his work and he synthesises a number of techniques that utilise his studies of shiatsu and other forms of body work. He will often also use Bach Flower Remedies as part of his treatment strategy.
Our purpose is to provide good health and long term well being through the promotion of natural therapies. It seems to be working! Ginger offers mainstream therapies such as massage, acupuncture andreflexology but also incorporates other complementary therapies such as hypnotherapy, craniosacral therapy, nutritional therapy, osteopathy, physiotherapy, bowen technique and yoga.
For thousands of years, the Chinese approach to health has differed from the West. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) talks of a vital energy flowing throughout our bodies, called Qi. If this flow isdisturbed, you will experience symptoms of disease. TCM harmonises the movement of qi, restoring wellbeing and preventing illness. Alex Owen is able to provide you with the full range of treatments that Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine (TCM) has to offer.
Situated within the Theobald Medical Centre our aim is to provide the best in private complementary and alternative healthcare and products alongside the excellent work of our NHS colleagues. TheNatural Gateway Clinic is a friendly, caring clinic which offers a wide range of natural, complementary therapies. All our practitioners are experienced, highly qualified and fully accredited.
Kate qualified from the University of Westminster with a BSc in Acupuncture and has been in practice since 1997. More recently she has qualified as a Supervisor. She runs two acupuncture clinics: onein the GP surgery at Whitwell near Hitchin and the other at The Village Surgery, Harpenden (having previously been at Somacare Ostepathic Clinic and at Breathing Space, Harpenden). She is a full member of the British Acupunture Council, the registering body for professional acupuncturists.
Bea Masters is a fully qualified and insured acupuncturist practising in St. Albans and Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire. Traditional acupuncture is a holistic therapy that works to balance mind,body and spirit. It has been used to stimulate the body's own healing response for over 2000 years and nowadays more and more people are finding this long established therapy can be a valuable aid to improving their health.
I am graduate of the Collage of Integrated Chinese medicine in Reading, gaining a BSc (Hons) degree in Acupuncture, and receiving a Licentiate in Acupuncture, after a 4 year course in both TraditionalChinese medicine, which initially concentrates on signs and symptoms, and 5 Element Chinese medicine, which approaches healing from the emotional and spiritual aspect. I discovered how effective acupuncture is for myself while working as an Occupational Therapist back in 1989.
Martin Storrie opened his own clinic in 2004 to serve patients in and around Hemel Hempstead, providing effective physiotherapy treatments for musculo-skeletal problems for all areas of the bodyincluding: back, neck, sports injuries and knee pain. Martin combines traditional and modern treatments, using acupuncture, physical manipulation and exercises, and shockwave therapy to provide you with solutions to your pain and mobility issues. Call today to book an appointment.
Our Chiropractor, Acupuncturist and Massage Therapist offers a great choice of proven healthcare for people of all ages, including children. We serve patients from a variety of locations inHertfordshire, including Hertford, Ware, Hoddesdon, Broxbourne and Hertford Heath. The variety of care we offer makes it much more likely that we can meet your specific and individual healthcare needs.
Our TCM doctors are fully qualified in China and are members of ATCM in the UK. Our senior doctor graduate from the Jilin Traditional Chinese Medicine University, from the Chinese Medicine Department.Studied Chinese Medicine for five years and has been engaged in clinical medicine for 25 years. Has accumulated a rich clinical experience, practicing traditional Chinese medicine as a professor. Has authored six books on traditional Chinese medicine which has been very popular with her patients.
What is Acupuncture? Acupuncture is an ancient medical system which dates back to around 2,500 years ago in China. Chinese physicians, over the years have evolved an intricate healing process whichinfluences the body's own energy known as "Qi" by inserting fine needles directly into specific acupuncture points. This stimulates the flow of energy which can produce positive change by clearing any obstruction blocking its pathway and strengthening its movement.
My passion for acupuncture and Chinese medicine came about as a result of the loss of my own health with MS sixteen years ago, and my subsequent journey back to wellbeing. Not wanting to limit mypossibilities by placing a label on my condition, I turned to Chinese Medicine as it offers a different perspective on ill health and treats the whole person instead of the illness. We are all so diverse how can one illness be the same for everyone diagnosed?
Traditional Chinese Medicine (Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine) is part of a complete oriental medical system that is used to diagnose, treat and prevent illnesses. Acupuncture and HerbalMedicine have been used for over 3000 years and have withstood the test of time, primarily because of its proven effectiveness. The use of needles inserted in specific points in the body and the use of natural herbs allow many patients to seek help in a natural way.
Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine have been around for thousands of years and helped millions of people. Now it's your turn. At our clinic in Cambridge we treat a variety of conditions including backpain, migraine, stress related illnesses, insomnia, digestive disorders, skin conditions, gynae cases, fertility and IVF support using acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. We also provide support during pregnancy and can help patients to lose weight in a healthy and effective way.
Physiotherapy is a science-based profession that has a strong commitment to evaluating and applying the evidence that underpins and informs its practice. Chartered Physiotherapists have extensivetraining in anatomy, physiology and pathology forming the basis of their clinical.
Acupuncture has been used in China for over 2,000 years as a specialised treatment to support fertility issues for women. Latterly, scientific research into the effects of acupuncture within thissphere indicate that not only can acupuncture help to enhance fertility thus increasing the chances of natural conception but also, if it is necessary for a couple to undergo artificial conception, acupuncture helps to increase the chances of a successful outcome.
I have lived in Berkhamsted for over 25 years and have 4 grown up children. I work as a midwife in Oxford carrying out research for the University into problems of pregnancy such as high bloodpressure and small babies. As a clinical midwife many of the women who I looked after had used acupuncture prior to and / or during their pregnancies. I was so impressed by the effect acupuncture had on these women that it prompted me to find out more, and ultimately I decided to learn acupuncture myself.
Martin Silliton qualified as an acupuncturist at the Chung San School of acupuncture in 1988. He went on to study Chinese herbal medicine at the London Academy of Oriental Medicine under the eminentTinh Thong Nguyen, a third generation Chinese herbalist, qualifying in 1994.
Many conditions respond well to acupuncture. However, in traditional acupuncture each person is treated as a unique individual rather than according to named medical conditions. The only way to knowfor sure whether you, as an individual with a particular condition, will respond is to try it.