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Acupuncture for Pain Relief

A natural approach based on ancient techniques and innovative science which is proven to alleviate pain and improve circulation. 

What is Acupuncture

Acupuncture comes from Ancient Chinese medicinal needling, in which fine needles are gently inserted into specific areas of the body in order to achieve the desired effect or treat specific ailments. Acupuncture can be used to treat both physical and mental issues.

The Eastern theory of acupuncture is based on meridians; meridians are said to have two functions:

To transport: meridians are said to transport qi (energy) blood, as well as sensation nourishing, warming and stimulating all the tissues of the body.

To heal: meridians are also said to resist pathogen attack upon the body and a blocked meridian channel can lead to poor healing down that channel.

Acupuncture is a natural way to seek pain relief and ease pain symptoms and associated dysfunctions. Most people feel immediate effects, but it is always recommended that acupuncture is used at least three times to have a lasting effect on a condition.

 

How Can It Help?

Acupuncture can be used as a treatment for:

Morning sickness

Osteoarthritis

Insomnia

Menstrual issues

Migraines

Anxiety and Depression

Circulation

Addiction

Facial palsy

Sinus problems

    Main Practice

    The wellness hub by Emma James
    26 Lower kings road
    Berkhamsted
    Herts
    HP4 2AE
    01442 870686

    Hemel Hempstead

    3 The Old School House
    George St
    Hemel Hempstead
    HP2 5HJ

    Tring

    Champneys Tring
    Chesham Road
    Tring
    HP23 6HX

    White Friars

    36 Whitefriars Street,
    London, London, EC4Y 8BQ

    Westminster

    The Foreign and Commonwealth Office
    King Charles Street
    Westminster
    SW1A 2AH

    Kilbridge

    Abercrombie House,
    Eaglesham Road,
    East Kilbridge,
    G75 8EA

    Get In Touch

    Our dedicated administration and customer service teams are available to answer your questions and help guide you to the right treatment via telephone & email or you can send us a message using the following contact form.

    01442 870686

    reception@ejphysio.co.uk