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Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

From May 25 2018, there is a new set of Data Protection regulations to ensure that all of our personal information will be protected from the ever expanding digital footprint. My Data Protection Promise: As the ‘Data Controller’ of your personal data, I take my role...
GDPR

GDPR

General Data Protection (GDPR) is new legal protection for personal information from May 2018. If you provide any sensitive medical/health information to me via email, text, phone conversation or social media messenger services, I will only hold and use this information…

Respect my P.M.S

Respect my P.M.S

Do you at a certain time of the month find your temper uncharacteristically flaring? Becoming upset at the slight thing ? Are you having intense mood swings and generally feeling out of control? There is a good chance you are not going mad but experiencing the joys of severe P.M.S

Anxiety

Anxiety

Everyone can experience anxiety at different times in their lives. Normal day to day anxiety such as sitting exams, going on a first date, having to speak in public or walking down a dark lane at night can evoke feelings of nervousness, uneasiness or worry. This type of anxiety is considered helpful as it makes you more alert to the circumstances. When the anxiety becomes more persistent and begins to take over a person’s live then it can become a problem.

Sciatica

Sciatica

Sciatica is literally a pain in the bum. People suffering from sciatica know how debilitating the pain can be as it travels from the lower spine down one or both legs often reaching the ankle. People report pain when sitting, standing and doing simple tasks can aggravate the pain. Often when I meet clients suffering from sciatica they are in such severe pain they can’t sit for more than a few minutes and need to be moving to keep the pain at bay. What can acupuncture do to help?

Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is a chronic disease characterised by severe muscular pain, tiredness, stiffness and achy sensations, often sufferers can initially feel it is all in their heads because of the lack of concrete diagnosis. Fibromyalgia is thought to affect 1-2% of the population, predominantly occurs in women and is a syndrome which affects the suffers pain receptors. Research is indicating that a decrease in energy production may be causing the pain as opposed to inflammation.

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