Traditional Acupuncture uses the principles of Chinese Medicine to treat the root cause of the disease and restores balance in the body.

Traditional Acupuncture is not just used to treat pain, as it rebalances us to the very Core of the body, mind and spirit.

It can therefore be used to treat a wide variety of conditions.



Hormonal problems


Sleep Issues

Low Energy






And many more...

Amy's website provides links to the BACC website and the research into acupuncture for many different conditions.

Amy also offers Facial Acupuncture which combines traditional acupuncture with facial points and facial Tui Na (Chinese Massage) to benefit complexion as well as aid wellbeing.


Acupuncture is a branch of traditional medicine that has been practised in China and the far east for thousands of years. It has been developed, tested, researched and refined over this time into a treatment option accessed by increasing numbers of patients in the West. Without the benefit of modern scientific equipment, the first acupuncturists discovered many now familiar aspects of biomedical science.

A growing body of evidence-based clinical research is discovering how the body responds to acupuncture and its benefits for a wide range of common health conditions.  Many people have acupuncture to relieve specific aches and pains such as osteoarthritis of the knee, TMJ pain, headaches and low back pain, or for common health problems like an overactive bladder. Other people choose acupuncture when they can feel their bodily functions are out of balance but have no obvious western medical diagnosis leading to western medical  treatment.  Many also have regular treatments simply because they find it beneficial and relaxing.

The focus  for a traditional acupuncturist is on the patient as an individual and not just their specific illness, and all symptoms are seen as part of an interconnected pattern. Treatment involves the insertion of very fine needles into specific points which are said to affect the flow of your body’s qi, or vital energy, although there is ongoing research and study that suggests what many practitioners already know: that inserting needles into the channels (or meridians) affects change within the human body, and the term ‘energy’ is rather simplistic.

The Theory:

What is Traditional Acupuncture?

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