At The Riverside Clinic, our professional therapists offer a range of complementary therapies that will help you improve your health and well-being. Our aim is simply to provide you with a variety ofcomplementary health treatments that meet your needs. The Riverside Clinic was opened in August 2001 by Osteopath Victor Henighan, the director of the clinic. Soon after, the range of treatments expanded to include Complementary Therapies and Acupuncture.
Sandra studied Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Acupuncture at the University of Lincoln, graduating with a BSc (Hons) Acupuncture. Like many practitioners, she felt compelled to study TCM havingexperienced a dramatic improvement in her own health with acupuncture treatment. If you like to listen to long stories, ask her about that!
Based in Sleaford town centre, Carre Street Clinic is a multi-discipline practice offering a range of treatments in a comfortable, professional environment. Established by registered Acupuncturist,Helen O'Connell, and Marianne Langley, the clinic aims to provide a team of experienced and highly qualified health professionals working to offer patients the most effective and comprehensive treatments.
Even if you have no obvious diagnosis, you just 'don't feel right', or want to use it preventatively, acupuncture could offer a potential solution to problems that have not responded to other types oftreatment and provide you with a new route to feeling better, maintaining good health and enhancing your overall sense of wellbeing.
Acupuncture is an ancient system of healing which has been practiced in China and other Eastern countries for thousands of years. Acupuncture's focus is on improving the overall well-being of thepatient by treating the cause of the illness rather than the isolated treatment of specific symptoms.
Louise's fascination with acupuncture and Chinese Medicine began in 1998. She knew from a young age that she wanted to be involved in healthcare in some way, it was only when she was deciding what todo at University that she came across acupuncture and was instantly hooked. She spent five years studying at Middlesex University and spent six months studying at Beijing University of TCM. When she is not working Louise enjoys cruising on her narrowboat and cooking for friends.
If your goal is to find effective complementary medicine to help you enjoy optimum health, energy and wellness, then you have come to the right place! Paige offers effective therapeutic tools to helpyou to embrace life and wellness and avoid dis-ease. But sports people are also well served by a regular MOT with Paige, especially the advanced massage and acupuncture combination.
Acupuncture is one of the worlds oldest and most widely practiced methods of treating ailments. Old Court Acupuncture specialises in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) which can help manage many oflifes complaints, if you are feeling in need of renewal and improved well-being then Old Court Acupuncture can help you turn things around.
Customers of Ch'ien Clinic now benefit from corporate discount at Yarborough leisure centre in Lincoln. We are encouraging and helping our customers to improve their health and fitness. Please ask usabout this when you visit Ch'ien Clinic, & ask us how physical activity can improve your wellbeing and help prevent discomfort.
I hope you find the information here that will help you decide that acupuncture is for you. I am a Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner and my qualifications are in Acupuncture, Tui na and Guasha. Since returning home it has been my sole aim to open a local clinic to provide Acupuncture for you either as an adjunct or alternative to treatments you are undertaking. I have also recently updated my training on Facial acupuncture so i am able to provide an alternative to the surgical option.
It is not clear when the practice of acupuncture started in China or how it started, but suffice to say this venerable art and form of medicine originated before Christ was born. Many books have beenwritten about the conception of acupuncture, some indicating that stone needles were found dating back to 8000BC and others indicating that bone needles were found dating back 1000BC.
I am a qualified acupuncturist and member of the British Acupuncture Council. Having completed 3 years full time education and aquiring additional mentoring from the Sean Barkes Clinic, I graduated in2009 from Lincoln University with a first-class honours degree in acupuncture. My skills include a wide range of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) therapies including acupuncture, moxibustion, tuina massage and cupping.
Amy Dalgleish BSc. (Hons) MBAcC, is an acupuncturist practising in the historic market town of Brigg, near Scunthorpe and Grimsby, in North Lincolnshire. Amy practises Traditional Chinese Medicine(TCM), providing acupuncture treatments which may also include acupressure massage, cupping and moxibustion.
My name is Duncan Ford Ba (hons), Lic.ac, MBAcC Cert KHT, i obtained my First class honours degree in Traditional Acupuncture at CTA, which before its closure was the oldest college of acupuncture inEurope. I have full membership with the British Acupuncture Council which is the leading regulatory body for the practice of acupuncture in the UK.
At Lincoln Community Acupuncture Lincoln, we want you to experience this gentle and effective medicine in a way that builds and strengthens, not only your health, but your sense of being supported andnourished by your community. Together we really are better. We offer an effective and professional acupuncture in treatment at an affordable price. A standard treatment only costs £20.
My interest in acupuncture began following my daughter’s successful treatment for hay fever and asthma with acupuncture when she was young. In spite of trying medication, during the hayfever season,she was unable to spend more than half-an-hour outside before her eyes would become swollen and she started wheezing. Following a recommendation from a friend, I decided acupuncture was worth a try. I was initially sceptical about how acupuncture could help, however, following a course of treatment, my daughter’s condition had improved considerably.
With over 20 years' experience as a therapist, I specialise in treating a range of physical, mental and emotional issues with either Acupuncture, Remedial Massage or a combination of both. It is oftensurprising and reassuring when you find that many of your symptoms, even those seemingly random ones, fit the patterns of Chinese Medicine and are readily treated with acupuncture. Nowadays, the many benefits of acupuncture are recognised worldwide and it is gradually becoming accepted within NHS mainstream healthcare.