Acupuncture and herbs relieve sciatica, a condition characterized by lower back pain radiating through the hips, buttocks, and legs. Researchers from the Rizhao Hospital of TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) and the Shanghai University of TCM investigated the efficacy of acupuncture for the relief of sciatic pain. Both acupuncture and acupuncture […]
Our new premises Open Day was a great success yesterday. Thanks to everyone who attended who made it such an eventful and enjoyable day. Also special thanks to the practitioners and support staff who put in an extra special effort. Thanks to Andrew Griffiths MP for his support and to […]
A great knee arthritis study from the University of Shanghai. (19 SEPTEMBER 2015). Acupuncture combined with herbs is effective for the relief of knee osteoarthritis pain. Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) researchers conducted a controlled trial and concluded that acupuncture with herbs is both safe and effective. No […]
We have just completed our schedule of talks for this Saturday’s New Premises Open Day at The Natural Healthcare Centre. Therapists and practitioners will be telling us about how they can help a wide range of health concerns and conditions and will of course answer any questions fired at them. […]
Having a busy weekend putting the finishing touches to the fantastic new Centre in Main St, Stapenhill. All of our practitioners, patients and clients are really pleased with the look, style, space and relaxing feel of the building. We’re looking forward to our Open Day on 19th September with a […]
The Centre moved into our new refurbished clinic on 2nd August and it feels great to be in at last. We have had some wonderful comments on the style and the build standard of the clinic which is very pleasing. Thanks to everyone who helped the move take place without […]
A before and after photo of the new clinic with new shop windows and the new frontage. The signage is going up in a few days.. …. and views of Stapenhill Gardens from reception.
A single acupuncture point, Stomach 36, is used in this study. There are 360 other points we can use, some combining with this one to enhance and target it’s action. The real challenge is to design a study to measure that!
Rats help scientists get closer to solving the mystery of acupuncture Study finds that form of therapy which uses electric current blunted activity in rats’ hormonal pathway linked to stress, chronic pain and mood. A biological mechanism explaining part of the mystery of acupuncture has been pinpointed by scientists studying […]
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