The Advertising Standards Association (ASA) limits the communication of information regarding acupuncture treatments. Follow this link for more information: https://www.asa.org.uk/advice-online/health-acupuncture.html
However, the essence of Acupuncture is to promote healthy body function and as such, it aims to support the well-being of an individual irrespective of the named ‘condition’ or health complaint. TCM acupuncture has been used globally, for thousands of years to address the following conditions but we acknowledge that health improvements come as a result of multiple interventions and influences and we cannot claim that acupuncture is solely responsible.
Stress related illness e.g. anxiety, insomnia, depression, panic attacks, poor concentration, poor memory & general fatigue.
Headaches including migraines, premenstrual & stress related headaches and those caused by blocked sinuses and allergies.
Gynaecological problems including irregular, heavy or painful menstruation, endometriosis, polycystic ovaries, ovarian cysts, PMT and menopausal symptoms.
Pregnancy & Post-natal complications including infertility, miscarriage, morning sickness, fatigue, breech pregnancy, post-natal depression, breast-feeding difficulties and post-partum fatigue.
Gastrointestinal including IBS, constipation, diarrhoea, stomach ulcers, indigestion, reflux, hiatus hernia, bloating, abdominal pain & weight loss.
Musculoskeletal pain and immobility including arthritis, stiff shoulders/neck, repetitive strain injuries, lower back pain, sciatica, frozen shoulder, rheumatism, sports injuries & sprains.
Respiratory problems including asthma, bronchitis, chronic cough, susceptibility to colds, hayfever, rhinitis & sinusitis.
Uro-genital Infections in particular, cystitis, frequent urination, prostatitis & urinary incontinence.
Circulatory problems such as cold extremities, numbness, pins and needles and tingling sensations and low or high blood pressure.