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Musculoskeletal disorders which respond well to acupuncture are




  • Sciatica

  • Tennis elbow

  • Frozen shoulder

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome

  • Neck and shoulder pain 

  • Knee pain osteoarthritis

  • Sports injuries

  • Trauma from accidents

Acupuncture is a very effective treatment for both chronic and acute musculoskeletal problems.

In sports medicine acupuncture can be used to address a range of issues including pain, injury and sports enhancement.

Acupuncture can help alleviate pain caused by sports injuries such as sprains, strains , tendonitis, haematoma, muscular pain.

By targeting specific ponts on the body, acupuncture can stiulate the release of natural pain relieving chemicals , such as endorphins and seratonin, providing immediate pain relief and promoting healing.

Acupuncture can also be used to treat chronic pain .

Lynda had a contract with the NHS for 15 years to provide Acupuncture for "severe chronic intractable pain ".

Records of success were charted on MYMOP and the success rate was very high with a high percentage of patients being able to reduce medication during and after a course of traditional acupuncture.

If you would like some advice before booking an appointment 

Either go back to the "book on line" page and book a free no obligation chat or telephone Lynda on 

 07753571212(during office hours)

or e mail

If you are worried about needles you can be treated useing the low level laser to treat acupuncture points without the use of needles.

You may also be treated with cupping , this involves the application of glass cups to stimulate the localised circulation to an area , it can be uised as a stand alone treatment or in conjunction with acupuncture.



glass cups placed to increase circulation and get rid of pain

Sports Injuries can be treated in as little as three treaments useing the Yanagi Ryu art of Tendon Needling which speeds up the repair of tendon and ligament injury.

This type of treament was developed by a Samurai Warrier Family and is extremely effective in resolving injuries to tendons and ligaments

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