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Acupuncture treatment Nuneaton

Sunday, June 17th, 2012

Acupuncture treatment in Nuneaton can be provided at Atlas Pain Relief Centre.  Female acupuncturist Cherry Richards has experience at treating many conditions and offers a special 15 minute treatment for pain relief at a reduced cost of £15 per visit.

Nuneaton acupuncture treatments are provided at the acupuncture clinic between Nuneaton and Atherstone and the treatment is painless.

http://www.acupuncturetamworth.co.uk/acupuncture-atherstone.html

Telephone the clinic on 01827 59943 and visit the local clinic for your acupuncture treatment.

Nuneaton Acupuncture near Atherstone

Friday, June 8th, 2012

Nuneaton and Atherstone now has a local acupuncture practitioner in Cherry Richards

Nuneaton and Atherstone Acupuncture practitioner Cherry Richards considers  What is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture (and moxibustion) is a part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). This systematic medicine aims to restore and maintain health by the insertion of fines needles into specific points on the body.

Acupuncture is an ancient form of healing that developed over several thousands of years, mostly in China, but also in Japan, Korea and other parts of the Far East countries.

Many people come for acupuncture for help with specific symptoms or conditions. In the West, it is associated with pain relief and addiction problems, although most people are also aware that it is used as a form of anaesthetic in China. In fact, there are few health problems that acupuncture has bot been used to treat. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has complied a list of diseases and conditions that acupuncture treatment is appropriate.

Good health is not only just free from pain or disease. Traditional acupuncture works to maintain the body’s equilibrium by focusing on all aspects of wellbeing: physical, mental and emotional.

Visit the Atherstone acupuncture website www.acupuncturetamworth.co.uk 

Link with World Health Organization:

http://apps.who.int/medicinedocs/en/d/Js4926e/5.html