Acupuncture
Acupuncture is a healthcare system based on ancient tried and tested principles.

During an acupuncture treatment, fine sterile needles are inserted at specific points on the body. It is thought that this action initiates the stimulation of a number of brain functions which trigger innate healing mechanisms and thus the experience of better health.
"I tried everything for my frozen shoulder but it was still agony. After the first treatment from Jacqueline I noticed more movement and less pain, and six treatments later it's completely cleared up. You'd never know there'd been any problem at all!"

Karen, C
http://www.hertsandcambsacupuncture.co.uk
"I had never considered acupuncture for migraine until a friend suggested it.
I have been astonished that the frequency and intensity of migraines have been significantly reduced by treatment from Jacky. I no longer take medication for migraine and if I get a flare up she is able to stop the migraine in its tracks. I cannot thank her enough."

Jo, B
Acupuncture is one pillar of Traditional Chinese Medicine. At the core of this medicine is the view that each person, whilst they may exhibit similar symptoms or ailments to that of another, is a unique individual and as such, the aim of Acupuncture is to improve the overall well-being of the patient rather than to treat specific symptoms in isolation. For instance, someone may receive acupuncture for elbow pain and may find that as well as the elbow pain diminishing, further improvements in their overall well-being may occur. This could be for example; better sleep, a reduction in stress levels and/or an increase in energy levels.