How Can Acupuncture Help You Get Better Sleep? In a recent blog post I wrote about the importance of getting good sleep to support your acupuncture treatment. Some clients expressed dissatisfaction with this common advice without any advice on how to go about doing this if you have sleep problems. To that end, I’d like […]
Introduction Over the past few weeks I have been looking at the books and notes I have gathered over the years on the best lifestyle changes that will support acupuncture and tuina treatment. I want to share some general information so that clients can refer to this post for a deeper understanding of how […]
Introduction Anyone seeking acupuncture or tuina treatment might be asking themselves how long it will take to feel the benefits of treatment in order to weigh up the potential costs involved. In this post, I explain some of the factors that I take into account when advising how many acupuncture or tuina appointments a […]
Today, I want to take the opportunity to write a few things about how I treat Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP) in pregnant women. This condition, also known as Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction (SPD), is a problem that in my experience responds very well to acupuncture treatment. If you’re suffering from Pelvic Girdle Pain or know […]
Four Things That You Can Do For Pregnancy Nausea (and A Fifth That Your Acupuncturist Can Do For You) After my recent post on helping Maisie with her onerous pregnancy heartburn, I thought I would put together this list of my best lifestyle advice for helping with pregnancy nausea. Taking onboard these adjustments should […]
Today I’d like to share a very simple acupuncture treatment that I’ve used to help Maisie with the intense heartburn she’s been experiencing in her third trimester of pregnancy. I did this same treatment when she had heartburn with our first child and it has worked an absolute treat both times. What Does […]
A beautiful allegory for understanding how acupuncture treatment works.
“When Yin comes out of balance it is common for Yang to manifest problems too, as Yin and Yang depend on one another to maintain balance.”