To celebrate the start of Acupuncture Awareness week (7th – 13th March 2016) we wanted to share a video featuring Rebecca Adlington who is an advocate of traditional acupuncture.
Rebecca uses acupuncture to relieve the pain in her shoulder which is a result of years of swimming. Like many others, Rebecca suffers with the pain this causes, but has found that she doesn’t need to and by using acupuncture she feels a marked difference.
More and more of us are taking up regular exercise and this combined with the natural aging process can often leave us struggling with niggling pains. Why persist with this when you don’t need to?
If you are affected with pain anywhere in your body and would like to find out if acupuncture could help you then why not call us today on 0800 051 76 88 and ask one of the Acupuncture That Works team for advice.
This week between 2-8th March 2015 is Acupuncture Awareness Week, and it has as its primary a goal to educate people about how traditional acupuncture can help improve sleep and aid relaxation. This can only be a good thing for so many people who suffer with the stresses and strains of modern life.
Each year over two million acupuncture treatments are carried out making traditional acupuncture one of the most popular complementary therapies practised in the UK.But studies and surveys consistently show that few people consider acupuncture to help with sleep or stress. Most people admit they didn’t realise acupuncture could benefit them despite its widely recognised health benefits.
Traditional acupuncture has been practised for over 2,500 years and is a safe and effective treatment that involves inserting sterile needles, no bigger than a human hair, painlessly at specific points on the body.
With so many benefits demonstrated from acupuncture treatments, and acupuncture now being recommended by NICE for certain ailments, now is the ideal time to try acupuncture.
To find out more about how acupuncture can be of help to you if you are suffering from stress or insomnia then why not call us today? You can speak to one of our team for help and advice and find out what acupuncture could do for you.