How does Acupuncture work

Acupuncture involves the insertion of fine disposable needles at named acupuncture points. The aim of the insertion is to encourage the circulation of blood and qi (vital energy) diffusing waste products created by the body, which may accumulate in muscle tissue causing stiffness and stagnation of blood. This creates abnormal pressure on nerves, lymph nodes and blood vessels which adversely affects the functions of the skeletal system and internal organs, causing pain and ill health.

Common complaints treated with acupuncture

Anxiety, Arthritis, Depression, Fatigue, Headaches, Infertility, Insomnia, IBS, Sinus Infection, Sports Injuries

The Consultation

A questionnaire will be completed during the initial consultation to include the client's medical history and present state of well-being. A 45 minute treatment will follow the consultation.


Consultation and treatment £45
Follow up treatments £37.50
Home visit £60