What is Acupuncture
For over 2000 years acupuncture has been used by the eastern cultures for balancing and harmonising the body and mind.
This mystical art has been brought into the modern world to compliment western healthcare, but can also be highly effective as a stand alone treatment.
What can Acupuncture help with?
Pain relief especially lower back pain, migraine, period pains, arthritis and fibromyalgia.
Relaxing to de-stress and calm, aid sleep and harmonise.
Allergy relief, menopause symptoms, health maintenance and balancing and much more.
Visit the British Acupuncture Council , of which we are a full member, for further information.
The first session is usually around an hour and a half long and involves a full consultation and treatment. Any following sessions are about an hour.
The amount of sessions needed vary depending on the individual‘s goals. Benefits can often be felt after only one treatment, but the average course is around 5 or 6 sessions.
Acupuncture treatments are performed by:
Kerry Bowles BSc (Hons) Lic Ac MBAcC CAUK
Kerry obtained her degree in Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture at the reputed College of Integrated Chinese Medicine, Here she studied Five Element Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine, where she learnt the ancient arts of Cupping, Tuina, Gua Sha, Acupuncture Needling and the use of Moxa. Each year Kerry adds to her knowledge, researching and attending various courses, as well as working in varied environments.
For the last few years Kerry has worked in a Sports Injury Clinic, a Wellness Centre and with the cancer patients for Penny Brohn, at the Spire Hospital. Havant.