Acupuncture That Works welcomes David Webb from Mid-Cheshire Clinical Hypnotherapy

Here at Acupuncture That Works we are proud to welcome David Webb as a new member to our team.

David Webb

David is a clinical hypnotherapist after training at Innervisions school of clinical hypnosis.

Using hypnotherapy, David offers support to cope with anxiety, stress, fears and phobias, depression, weight management, confidence, unwanted habits and behaviours.

More commonly, David uses his hypnotherapy to support his clients with their anxiety as his past experiences with anxiety gives him a great understanding of how clients feel.

“Thank you very much for the treatment, I found your voice very relaxing and felt really at ease the whole way through. Afterwards I had more energy and less feelings of anxiety which was a real help. Would highly recommend.” – E.B.

To book an appointment with David, ring in on 0800 051 7688.

If you want to find out more about the rest of the team, come and see them here.

Please note that all testimonials on this site have been written by the patients themselves.  All views expressed within them are solely those of the individuals concerned.  Any mention of success with their treatment applies only to their specific experience and is in no way a guarantee of efficacy in the treatment of other patients.  Whilst we will attempt to help any and all patients who attend our clinic we cannot guarantee the same outcome as those reported here.

Why do we need this disclaimer? – Read the answer here.

What is Chi?

You have probably heard the word Chi before—the word is firmly, albeit vaguely embedded in popular culture, but what does it actually mean?

With its roots in traditional Chinese culture, Chi (also spelled qi) refers to the vital life force or energy that runs through all living beings. It is the essence of existence that flows through each of us, uniting the body, mind and spirit. It is what makes us alive.

This concept of an essential life force is not unique to Chinese culture. In fact, most of the world’s ancient cultures have an equivalent word to describe the intangible vital energy. In India, it’s referred to as Prana, in Japan as Ki. Native Americans refer to the life force as the Great Spirit. In each of these cultures as in Chinese culture, healing and traditional medicine is firmly rooted in bringing the balance and flow of this energy into alignment.

Naturally, the presence or absence of this essential life force can have profound impacts on both physical and emotional well-being. A strong and balanced life force culminates in vitality, increased productivity and creativity. Conversely, blocked, unbalanced or weakened Chi can lead to sluggishness, pain and emotional distress.

The primary goal of traditional Chinese medicine is to optimise health and well-being by cultivating a smooth, powerful and balanced flow of chi throughout the entire body. Suffering (teng) caused by a blockage in Chi (bu tong), can be alleviated through acupuncture, tai chi, or qigong to facilitate proper circulation of Chi (tong) thus achieving teng jr bu tong, which means, a state of freedom from pain and disease. If you want to know more about Chi, then we have an entire page dedicated to it! Take a look.

Are you interested in how improving the flow of Chi in your body might benefit your overall health and well-being?


You can get in touch today by completing our contact form or by giving us a call on 0800 051 76 88.