Acupuncture is now widely recognised as an effective treatment for many conditions. The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence recommends acupuncture as a treatment for back pain.

People with a variety of pain-related conditions – including headaches, migraines, back pain, neuralgia, muscular pain and shoulder pain – may find acupuncture Nottingham effective. Often, after a few sessions, people feel more able to manage their pain. Anxiety, stress, fertility and addiction are all potentially treatable by acupuncture Nottingham, and many people find the sessions calming and relaxing.

Acupuncture is a major part of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and it is an integral part of the modern Chinese healthcare system, alongside conventional healthcare. Each person is treated holistically at acupuncture Nottingham as a unique individual; physical, emotional and spiritual symptoms are all taken into account. This means that all kinds of conditions- both physical and emotional – can be successfully treated.

Acupuncture Nottingham corrects the imbalances that can lead to poor health, and treatment often results in an increase in energy, better sleep and an improved sense of wellbeing. It can be used to maintain good health; a few sessions each year are a good way to keep balanced, once any specific complaints have been addressed.

During the first session, our acupuncturist will discuss your health concerns with you in depth. She will then suggest a treatment plan – usually, around six sessions are required, although the length of treatment will depend on your individual circumstances. Your progress will be regularly reviewed.

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About our Acupuncturist,  Sarah Gunn. Sarah is our locum Acupuncturist, who will be with us until mid August. From then, our resident Acupuncturist, also called Sarah (!) will be joining us permanently. The Sarah’s already have a good working relationship and friendship so are both dedicated to making the transition between therapists as smooth and easy as possible for our clients.

To book an appointment or to talk to us about what may help, you are welcome to phone or email.
At no time will the Wellbeing Clinic recommend using any therapy as an alternative to seeking medical help. Complementary therapists are not trained to diagnose or give medical advice.