Acupuncture in Guildford Surrey

We have been treating people with Acupuncture in Guildford Surrey for 30 years. We have seen acupuncture help a huge number of people with a wide variety of conditions.

Can Acupuncture Help?

Acupuncture is used in hospitals in China, Korea, Japan and throughout the Far East. It is now used in hospitals in the UK because it is now widely accepted that it works.

What can Acupuncture Treat?   

It can treat and help many, many conditions. Here are a few:

Back Pain                     Peripheral Neuropathy          Pain                              Injuries

Muscle Strain              Menstrual Problems               Sciatica                        Migraine

Eczema                         High Blood pressure              Asthma                         Stress

Rheumatism                Frozen Shoulder                      Arthritis                        Stroke

Skin Problems             Irritable Bowel (IBS)                Sinusitis                        Anxiety

Tiredness                     Circulation Problems              Addictions                    Fertility

Internal Organs           Feeling Unwell                         Pregnancy                    M.E.

Allergies                        Emotional Issues                    Post Traumatic Stress Disorder [PTSD]

What happens in an Acupuncture Treatment?

Your Acupuncturist will spend time asking you about your issues, taking time to ask many questions, to understand your health issues.

He will then ask you to lie on a treatment couch, and insert up to 10 acupuncture needles. Rarely he may use more needles depending on the condition.

All needles are new, pre-sterilised, and only used once, and then disposed of.

Will Acupuncture hurt?

David Gilbert utilizes a “painless needling technique”. People’s experience varies, but “painful” is not a term we hear often from patients.

Acupuncture is not at all like getting an injection, having blood drawn, or pricking yourself with a sewing needle. Acupuncture needles are hair-thin. There is a small sensation when they are inserted, but there should be little or no discomfort.

There is much more about this at ask-an-expert-about-acupuncture-does-it-hurt.html

 Need more info about us and what we do?

We’re always happy to help. Contact David on 07801 355259.

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