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We are on a voluntary register that is accredited by the Professional Standards Authority. Accreditation demonstrates our commitment to high professional standards, to enhancing safety and delivering a better service.

Other therapies

Your practitioner may use other Chinese medical techniques in conjunction with acupuncture.

Nutrition and supplements

What we eat can have a big impact on our health, so Chinese nutritional advice may form part of your treatment plan. Your practitioner may also recommend taking certain dietary supplements or gentle herbal remedies.

Moxibustion

During moxibustion, a herb is used to warm parts of the body or specific acupuncture points in order to trigger a particular response in the body.

Tui na

Tui na is a form of Chinese medical massage used when there is pain and stiffness. It can also be used to help other symptoms like certain digestions problems.

Cupping therapy

During cupping therapy, a glass cup is suctioned onto the skin to improve blood flow, free fascia, and trigger a healing response within the body.

Gua sha

During gua sha treatment, a blunt edge is press-stroked over the skin to increase blood supply to muscles and trigger the release of an enzyme that reduces inflammation and influences immunity.

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Nutrition and supplements
Moxibustion
A smouldering herb is used to warm your skin. This technique does not burn the skin and most patients find it enjoyable.
Tui na massage
Cupping therapy
A glass cup is suctioned onto your skin to increase blood flow to the area. Cupping helps old injuries to heal, relaxes muscles and stimulates the immune system.
Guasha
A blunt edge is scraped over your skin to move tissue fluid under the skin and encourage blood flow. Most people enjoy the sensation of guasha.
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