The therapies methodology we use are Acupuncture, Moxibustion, Massage, Reflexology, Cupping treatment and Cholesterol test.



    Acupuncture is a traditional Chinese medicine healing practice for treating pain and sickness for over two thousand years. By using fine metallic needles inserted into pressure points under the skin and into the muscles to stimulate sensory nerves and strength the body’s natural healing abilities and promoting physical and emotional well-being. It has become an integral part of the rapid growth of complementary therapy in the UK.

    The benefits

    Acupuncture is not only for a means of pain relief, but also to treat people with a wide range of conditions, such as stress management, fertility and skin disease etc. It aims to focus on patients’ overall well-being, rather than superficial symptoms.

    How it works

    The insertion of needles to certain parts of the body will physically stimulate the affected nervous system, tissues of muscles and increase blood flow to enhance body’s natural healing ability.

    Risk and Side effects 

    The risks of acupuncture are low if you have a competent, certified acupuncture practitioner using sterile needles. Common side effects include soreness and minor bleeding or bruising where the needles were inserted. Single-use, disposable needles are now the practice standard, so the risk of infection is minimal.

    Herbal Medicine

    There are hundreds of types of natural herbs used for health and therapeutic purposes. It based on the same diagnostic methods as acupuncture, the skill of an herbalist lies in their ability to make a traditional diagnosis from what is often a complex pattern of disharmony. In Chinese herbal therapy, most prescriptions consist of between six and twelve different substances.

    Chinese medicine believes that prevention is better than cure. Tonic medicine can improve the body’s natural immune response to prevent an illness before it occurs.


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