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Acupuncture treatment derived from ancient Chinese medicine. The treatment aims to restore, promote and maintain good health and has been used for thousands of years.
This results in the body producing natural substances, such as pain-relieving endorphins. It's likely that these naturally released substances are responsible for the beneficial effects experienced with acupuncture.
Fine needles are used to help treat musculoskeletal pain such as sporting injuries, back pain, joint pain, tension headaches and margins, frozen shoulder, arthritis and much more. Acupuncture is used by practitioners who deal with pain and injury management as the treatment reduces inflammation, pain and accelerates the body’s natural healing process.
There has been a lot of research and sound evidence which has shown that most people gain pain relief and increased well-being from receiving acupuncture treatment, however please be aware the this is not guaranteed. It is said this is mainly due to releases of chemicals such as endorphins and serotonin.
No pain should be felt during treatment; however you may feel a minor pin prick as the needles entre the body and a dull ache sensation during treatment.
Acupuncture can be used along other treatments such as massage and rehabilitation. Your therapist may suggest this is the best course of action for your injury.
We are fully insured, qualified and registered (19/03002/EHACUP)
• Releases musculoskeletal pain
• Relaxes your body and mind
• Increase endorphins and serotonin releases
• Reduces joint pain
• Reduces tension headaches and migraines
£45 - Acupuncture on its own (allow up to 45 mins)
£65 - Sports Therapy (Including Acupuncture) Allow an 75 minutes
£210.00 - Course of 5 (45 mins) Acupuncture treatments