Harnham Physiotherapy Clinic welcomes clients of all ages and musculoskeletal conditions. The clinic is run by Marie Roberts (Chartered Physiotherapist) and aims to provide effective and affordabletreatment to achieve long term improvement. Marie's clinic has recently relocated from Tunbridge Wells in Kent and has now opened in Harnham, Salisbury.
What acupuncture and naturopathy can do for you? Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is one of the oldest surviving medical systems in the world, and is recognised by the World Health Organisation tobe the second most widely used system of health care alongside Western medicine. Traditional Chinese Medicine continues to thrive in modem China, and is used alongside Western medicine in mainstream primary health care to treat diseases as serious as stroke, heart disease, diabetes, asthma, cancer.
At the Ashfield Practice, we understand that your health is the key to getting the most out of life. Therefore, our experienced team of osteopaths and complementary therapists offer a range oftreatments for all the family to help with a wide variety of health problems. We are a friendly and professional practice not far from the centre of Chippenham. There is free roadside parking on Ashfield Road and adjacent public roads during business hours.
Kay Hay (Lic Ac, MBAcC, BSC) provides Traditional Chinese acupuncture in the Salisbury and Tisbury areas. The Salisbury clinic is in the heart of the city at The Practice Rooms on Catherine Street. Asa member of the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC) and bound by their codes of practice and ethics, you can be sure of a professional and high quality service. Kay is also an Affiliated Acupuncturist with the Zita West Network for reproductive Health.
Keith qualified in acupuncture in 1995, from The College of Traditional Acupuncture(CTA) in Leamington Spa. He then went on to a further two years training with John and Angela Hicks at The College ofIntegrated Chinese Medicine, Reading. Keith then went on to teach at The CTA for several years, teaching western science and acupuncture to the undergraduates of CTA/Oxford Brookes University.
Prolapse discs at L4/5 and L5/S1 while taking part in university 1st XV rugby ended my rugby playing, but started my life with chronic pain. Over this time I have tried therapies from all over theworld (from Chinese acupuncture to German Orthopedic surgeons) and I have found that Osteopathy has been consistently the most effective long term treatment. I believe that osteopathic care is the cornerstone of any comprehensive and holistic health program.
I trained at Charing Cross Hospital Medical School, London, and after completing several years working in different hospitals and departments, qualified as a GP. Most of my GP training was carried outin Salisbury where I subsequently became a partner in a busy city practice.
Acupuncture is an ancient system of treating energy points on the body can often help with a range of conditions, giving you back a sense of "self". Acupuncture is a branch of Traditional ChineseMedicine (TCM), an ancient system of Medicine, more than 3,000 years old. Acupuncture is a complex diagnostic system that treats the body as whole, working on the Physical, Emotional, and psychological levels.
Nowphysio offers a friendly, professional, high quality service in the treatment of musculoskeletal problems. Experienced Chartered Physiotherapists will complete a comprehensive assessment to targetthe underlying cause of your problem and offer a wide range of treatment techniques including Acupuncture.
Jo Phillips is a qualified Acupuncturist practising in Salisbury in Wiltshire and Fordingbridge in Hampshire. Jo holds a BSc(Hons) degree in Acupuncture and is a member of the British AcupunctureCouncil. Jo practices both Five Element Acupunture and TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) and has been working in complementary healthcare for over 15 years.
The Park Lane Practice provides high quality and professional complementary health care in friendly and pleasant surroundings. A number of different treatment disciplines are offered in order tomaximise the clients potential for recovery. The practice has close links with other healthcare professionals within the local community in order to provide a comprehensive level of care and support.
I studied at the College of Chinese Medicine in Royal Leamington Spa and established a practice in Swindon in 1988. I am a member and a Fellow of the Brit Acupuncture council (BAcC). As well asrunning an Acupuncture Practice I am committed to my profession at a national level and work for the BAcC as an Interviewer and Assessor for the Admissions committee. I am also a lecturer in Chinese Medicine at the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine in Reading.
Our Swindon based Chiropractors, Massage and Sports Therapists all hold degrees in their disciplines. Kube Medical is the only clinic in Swindon to guarantee a hands on collaborative treatmentapproach which gives you the best chance at a speedy recovery from your injury or pain. At Kube Medcial we provide expert, affordable and effective treatment, at our newly built modern clinic in north Swindon.
I want to take you on a fascinating journey into the world of Chinese medicine and to show you the elegance and beauty of this ancient system. The benefits of Chinese medicine often include more thanjust relief from a particular condition. Many people find that it touches them on deeper levels, often quite profound levels other than their original complaint. Treatment can lead to an increase in energy levels, people feel brighter, and sleep improves as well as a much better sense of well being.
Traditional Chinese Medicine is the oldest form of healing known to mankind. It has a history of use over 5000 years. All the treatments are natural therapies and all medicines are found in nature,making Chinese Medicine the world's oldest, safest and most natural system of medical care. Chinese Medicine aims at treating the whole body rather than just the symptoms.
Barely a week goes by these days without an article coming out in the national press, TV or radio presenting a new piece of research into the benefits of acupuncture. Increasingly, mainstream medicineis recognising it as an excellent treatment option for a whole host of conditions and most GPs are now more than happy to recommend it to their patients. I have been working with the Chinese system of health and healing since 1991.
The Devizes Acupuncture Practice was set up in 1998 by Sue Bishop and Jane Ford, who had already been practising seperately for a number of years and decided to bring their skills together. Thepractice grew and they were joined by Acupuncturist Anneli Engberg and more recently by Medical Herbalist Sarah Walters.
Having originally trained as an engineer I then spent 20 years in the retail sector, for Marks and Spencer. This was a very rewarding time, working with some wonderful staff in retail stores and thenin the company Head Office in Baker Street, London. As I practised safety and Shiatsu, both part time, and then taught Shiatsu I became more captivated by Chinese Medical theory - So.