Benefits

Acupuncture is aimed at treating the movement of energy around the body and therefore because energy has an influence on all organs and systems, it is widely believed that acupuncture can be beneficial for a wide range of conditions and symptoms. These can vary from clearly defined complaints to more general feelings of low energy and poor health.

Energy is the foundation of human health and is involved in every function of every organ and cell within our body. It is therefore not difficult to understand that if our energy is not functioning correctly, then organs, systems and emotions within our body will fail to function correctly

Catherine`s treatments are aimed at re-balancing the movement of energy in your body, and in doing so, patients should not only expect to see an improvement in their main complaint, but also in their general health and well-being. One of the wonderful aspects of acupuncture is that it is very good at dealing with peoples main complaint, but it is also effective at treating other complaints that people have just learnt to live with. Very often both the main complaint and secondary complaints are linked to the same root cause.

Because Acupuncture deals with the root cause of a person’s condition, it can be used to treat a variety of health problems that range from the physical to the deeper emotional levels. It can be used alone or alongside conventional western medicine and its effective at treating both acute and long-term conditions. Some people often choose to have acupuncture as a preventative measure to strengthen their general health, or because they feel unwell and they have not been provided with a conventional western diagnosis.Your content goes here.

Feel free to contact Catherine to discuss your treatment requirements, remember she offers a free, 15 minute telephone consultation. Alternatively, you can get more information by reviewing the research which has been published by the   British Acupuncture Council.

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