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Acupuncture

Acupuncture awareness week 3rd-10th March 2014 book in for a free consultation http://www.introducingacupuncture.co.uk/

Today, acupuncture is used in conjunction with Western medicine to treat a wide range of conditions.

The history of acupuncture
In 300BC, The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal medicine gave us the first medical account of acupuncture and for over 2,500 years acupuncture has been used to restore, promote and maintain health.
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What to expect
Your first consultation enables the Practitioner to establish a view on your general health, to identify underlying patterns of disharmony and to suggest the most effective course of treatment. 

Your first consultation will last between 45-60 minutes and the following treatments will be the about the same length of time.

The Practitioner will wish to establish a view on your general health. Understand any underlying patterns of disharmony and will suggest the most effective course of treatment.  
The Practitioner will generally ask questions about:
Current symptoms
Medical history
Diet
Digestive system
Sleeping patterns
Emotional state
The Practitioner will make some visual examinations and take some measurements:
Weight
Pulse rate
Blood pressure
Visual examinations will include skin and tongue condition
The Practitioner will use this information to propose the most effective course of treatment tailored to you.  Sports therapy may be used in conjunction with acupuncture to enhance the effect of your treatment.

LeeTherapies often uses acupuncture in conjunction with sports therapy to enhance the effect of your treatment.

Conditions treated
Acupuncture helps with a wide range of conditions, amongst these are:
•    Pain
•    Stress
•    Sleeping problems
•    Digestive disorders
•    Fertility problems

 

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