Heather Davidson is a fully qualified acupuncturist treating a wide range of conditions. She specializes in fertility and women's health, migraines, insomnia, cancer recovery, chronic illness, fatigueand pain. She also treats mental health, including depression, anxiety and PTSD. She holds a degree from the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine, the largest acupuncture college in Europe, where she is a faculty member. She has post grad qualifications in advanced Japanese Toyahari acupuncture.
Chronic and Acute conditions:She treats men and women for both chronic illnesses and acute conditions, including pain management and symptom control, supporting them to prevent further illness and get their lives on track.
As a Five Element acupuncturist I have been trained to understand the natural laws, as observed by the ancient Chinese, who acknowledge the five seasons of Spring, Summer, Late Summer, Autumn andWinter and in turn related them to the Five Elements of Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water. Using these natural laws to diagnose and treat, I am able to assist the body to recover its own balance of health and harmony.
We are a friendly practice which was opened in the centre of Bicester Town, Oxfordshire in 2011 by Sally Stanworth. Sally is a qualified McTimoney Chiropractor and felt that there was a need for afacility of alternative therapies with practitioners held together by a shared belief in humanistic principles, founded on respecting and honouring the uniqueness of each individual. People often get wrapped up in work, relationships, busy family lives etc. and end up neglecting themselves.
I am a traditional acupuncturist, located in South Oxfordshire between Henley-on-Thames and Reading. Here you can find out about me, how acupuncture works and what you can expect when you come fortreatment. Traditional acupuncture is a healthcare system based on ancient principles which go back nearly two thousand years. The underlying principle of acupuncture treatment is that illness and pain occur when the body's 'qi', or vital energy, cannot flow freely.
Rhiannon Griffiths is an integrated TCM & Five Element acupuncturist practising at The White House in Thame, & Susannah Nicholas Health & Beauty in Princes Risborough. Bringing holistic health toBuckinghamshire & Oxfordshire. She is also a CTI qualified Co-Active coach, with national and international clients.
Acupuncture provides an alternative approach to Healthcare and can help in a wide variety of conditions as a stand alone treatment or alongside conventional medicine. Many people find Acupuncture tobe a relaxing and enjoyable experience that leaves them feeling stronger both physically and emotionally. For specific conditions or for just optimising your general wellbeing, consider the Alternative approach.
Acupuncture is a safe and effective form of medicine that has been practised in the Far East for thousands of years. In Britain today more and more people are seeking acupuncture and finding iteffective for treating a variety of health related issues. Acupuncture should be a relaxing and enjoyable experience that leaves you feeling stronger both physically and emotionally.
My name's Vivien. I work as an acupuncturist and my dream has always been to make a beautiful, unique space to practice acupuncture in. A friend suggested building a straw bale eco-house with rammedearth tyre foundations, straw bale walls and a reciprocating roof. It seemed like a good idea. The acupuncture-ecohouse is the result. It's in my back garden in a residential street in Oxford UK.
Your first appointment takes an hour and a half (follow-ups are 45 minutes) because the acupuncturist needs to take down detailed information about your condition - how long you've had it, how it'schanged and what other treatments you've tried. She also wants to find out about your general state of health - your sleep, appetite, digestion and lifestyle.
I am a traditional acupuncturist based in Chipping Norton. Acupuncture is a tried and tested system of traditional medicine which has been used in China for thousands of years to restore, promote andmaintain good health. You may know someone who has acupuncture treatment and are wondering if it might be beneficial for you. Feel free to give me a call to discuss or send me a message.
Beaumont Street Acupuncture Clinic is situated in the heart of Oxford within a small and friendly medical practice that is very supportive of the use of complementary medicines. 28 Beaumont Street iswalking distance from the railway station, the coach station in Gloucester Green and it is easy to park in the surrounding streets and car parks.
Acupuncture is a safe and effective practice, which can be used alongside conventional medicine. It is recognised by the World Health Organisation (WHO) for its clinical benefits and research andclinical experience shows that it can be effective in treating a wide range of conditions, both acute and chronic.
Physiolistic provides a comprehensive and complete musculoskeletal service which is tailored to your individual needs in a welcoming and personal environment in Henley-on-Thames. At Physiolistic allour chartered physiotherapists are highly qualified and have a wealth of experience assessing and treating a wide range of musculoskeletal and sports injuries allowing you to take control of your condition, speed up your recovery and - most importantly - prevent any reoccurrence.
I practice acupuncture in Stonesfield, Bletchingdon, East Oxford and Oxfordshire generally for home visits: acupuncture can help to deal with exhaustion, stress, pain (short- and long-term), generalhealth issues etc. You are welcome to contact me to ask for information, and I am happy to meet you to show you what is involved in a treatment and discuss your needs before you decide whether you want to go ahead.
Acupuncture has been used for many centuries in China as part of a holistic approach to health, it is now being much more widely used in the western world. From today, patients and the public will beable to choose an acupuncturist belonging to a register vetted and approved by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care. The BAcC's members have been accredited under a new scheme set up by the Department of Health and administered by an independent body which is.
Qualified in both Five Element Constitutional Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Karen also incorporates other Chinese medical treatment techniques into her treatments - Tuina(Chinese Remedial Massage), Cupping, Guasha, Electroacupuncture and Moxibustion. MBAcC acupuncturists are also trained in relevant aspects of western medicine including anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, pathology and aetiology and how acupuncture can provide a complementary approach to treatment.
Lisa McCutcheon studied Thai Yoga Massage, Tui Na Massage and Acupuncture at the Bodyharmonics Centre of Oriental Medicine in Cheltenham and was awarded Diplomas in Acupuncture, Traditional ThaiMassage and Tui Na Massage including on-site neck and shoulder massage, Thai foot massage and sports injury treatment.
I became interested in acupuncture in 1995 and commenced my training at Renshu College of Chinese Medicine - China Beijing International Acupuncture Training Centre UK Branch. This is an integratedestablishment of the Acupuncture Institute of Chinese Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and the WHO Collaborating Centre for Traditional Medicine.
Whether you're looking for treatment to help with longstanding migraines and headaches, or you have a lower back problem that's stopping you from doing the things you love or maybe you know you justdon't feel right in yourself and want to improve your health and wellbeing, acupuncture has something to offer.
Victoria graduated from the renowned College of Integrated Chinese Medicine in Reading (affiliated with Kingston University) with a First Class BSc Honours degree in Acupuncture. The study ofbiomedical science formed a significant part of Victoria's degree course and this has given her an understanding of Western medical diagnosis and their interpretation from a Chinese Medicine perspective. Victoria also has a degree in Anatomy which has proved invaluable to her practice as an acupuncturist.