Musculoskeletal disorders and related pain are major causes of disability in the United Kingdom.

Acupuncture is commonly used for pain relief and has been effective for the following conditions.

  • Neck pain

  • Lower back pain

  • Osteoarthritis

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Pregnancy & Childbirth

Acupuncture can help ease many of the common aches and discomforts of pregnancy

  • Morning sickness

  • Lower back and pelvic pain

  • Sleep Problems

Moxibustion during pregnancy

Moxibustion works on the same basic principles as acupuncture, but instead of actually puncturing your skin with a needle, long sticks of the mugwort herb are burned near certain acupuncture points along your body. Both the heat from the burning and properties of the herb itself are thought to provide physical benefits.

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Various types of headache comprise a widespread health problem. Among the possible treatment options, acupuncture is one of the most effective, with the least number of adverse effects

  • Migraine Relief

  • Migraine Prevention

Acupuncture treatment for headache prevention focuses on stress reduction. When acupuncture needles are inserted into the acupuncture points, the body responds by releasing endorphins and other neurotransmitters that activate the parasympathetic nervous system (the rest and digest branch of our autonomic nervous system) which relaxes muscles, smooths blood flow and accelerates healing.

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Western Medicine recognises that acupuncture acts on the nervous and immune systems by promoting regulatory mechanisms and the transport of substances that can act on the inflammatory, histamine and immune response. 

  • Eczema (Atopic skin)

  • Itchy and/or red eyes
  • Itchy and runny nose

Recently have there been studies conducted specifically on acupuncture and atopic dermatitis (AD)

In 2015, the Otorhinolaryngology Head Neck Surgery Journal mentioned acupuncture as a recommendation of a valid non-pharmacological treatment for allergic rhinitis

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