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Thank you - Andy Andrews and the team at Acupunctures (

Acupuncture UK: If you have been undergoing conventional medical procedures and they've failed to give you any relief from a medical condition, you can try one of the so called "alternative treatments" for instance acupressure or acupuncture. Acupuncture is helpful for a large number of ailments, aches and pains, though obviously any kind of treatment should be determined by what condition you happen to be battling with. Whilst some people undergo regular acupuncture procedures in UK as a means to maintain health and wellbeing, others use acupuncture to help with certain health problems.

Acupuncture is commonly used for the treatment of back pain, postoperative pain, headaches, arthritis, stress and sleeping problems and is appropriate for patients of any age, even babies. Whilst acupuncture as well as other "alternative therapies" are for the most part unregulated at this time, it would be prudent to ensure you get a therapist in UK who is accredited and is a member of the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC).

A Brief Look at Acupuncture: The procedure when fine needles are placed into the sufferer's skin for therapeutic outcomes is called acupuncture, and is an old Chinese healing procedure that has been used for 1000's of years. Armed with the proper training an acupuncturist can alleviate discomforts which conventional medicine has failed to overcome, and is particularly useful with afflictions such as back pain, postoperative pain, headaches, arthritis, stress and sleeping problems. A key part of TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) along with stuff like dietary therapy, herbal medicine, cupping therapy, massage (tui na), gua sha, exercise (qigong) and bonesetter (die-da), acupuncture is an alternative treatment and pseudoscience which is practiced all around the world.

We hope to see you here again sometime soon - Andy Andrews.