What can it treat?

What can acupuncture treat?
Unfortunately advertising guidelines restrict the mention of treatment for specific symptoms or conditions by acupuncturists. However, Acupuncture is a system of healing that can help to alleviate a wide range of health complaints and issues, both physical and emotional. Acupuncture is not just for pain, the benefits can be felt on many different levels. In Chinese medicine, body, mind and spirit are seen as a whole – Eastern medicine offers an alternative way of looking at the body. Each person is different, therefore, the treatment plan for every individual is different, however, Sandra is always happy to discuss the possible benefits of Acupuncture with you; feel free to contact her with any questions.

In 2009 the National Institute of Health and Clinical Excellence recommended that acupuncture should be made available on the NHS, as a cost effective short term treatment for the management of early, persistent, non – specific lower back pain.

The British Acupuncture council have a number of fact sheets covering the latest Acupuncture research on a variety of conditions.

There are fact sheets on:

Acne
Allergic rhinitis
Anxiety
Back Pain
Bell’s Palsy
Cancer care
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Childbirth
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Chronic pain
Colds and Flu
COPD
Cystitis Dentistry
Depression
Dysmenorrhoea (period pain)
Eczema and Psoriasis
Endometriosis
Female fertility
Fibromyalgia
Frozen Shoulder
Gastrointestinal tract disorders
Headache
Herpes
Hypertension
Infertility ART
Insomnia
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
Male infertility
Menopausal symptoms
Migraine
Nausea and Vomiting
Neuropathic pain
Obesity
Obstetrics
Osteoarthritis
Parkinson’s Disease
PCOS
Post-operative pain
Premenstrual syndrome (PMT)
Raynaud’s
Rheumatoid arthritis
Sciatica
Sinusitis
Sports Injuries
Stress
Stroke
Substance misuse
Tennis elbow
Tinnitus
Type-2 diabetes
Urinary Incontinence
Vertigo

To see these factsheets and the latest Acupuncture research please visit The British Acupuncture Council website

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