A great study published today in the prestigious Annals of Internal Medicine journal about acupuncture providing relief for PDS – or post-prandial distress syndrome – which is a type of functional dyspepsia that causes abdominal...Read more
I have created a short guide to using acupressure for the management of pain from sciatica. Just click here to read the guideRead more
In 2018 an article was published in the journal Frontiers in Immunology that attempted to debunk some of the myths around exercise and the immune system. The paper focuses on the fact regular exercise can help reduce the incidence of viral and...Read more
With the Corona virus in the news everyday some of you may be feeling worried. We can all help stop the spread of this virus by washing our hands regularly with soap and water or using a gel sanitiser. If you are visiting the Therapy Rooms then...Read more
I am really happy to announce that I am the co-ordinator of the South West Wales British Acupuncture Council group. What a lovely bunch of people and all dedicated to giving you the best that acupuncture has to offer! Members of the British...Read more
What an interesting year 2019 was! Every treatment has been rewarding and it is lovely to see you all feeling happier and healthier.
The highlights for me this year were writing the Scope of Acupuncture Report for the British Acupuncture Council which will be published in 2020. I feel proud to be able to spread the word on the huge body of scientific evidence backing up the effects of acupuncture. The election may have scuppered the report’s launch at Westminster but the new event planned in 2020 is very exciting … more news soon!
I also had the opportunity to talk about the evidence for acupuncture with a journalist and the article can be found by clicking here.
I enjoyed the British Acupuncture Council’s conference and topped up my ENT for acupuncture skills, as well as learnt how to use massage to boost fertility. Amazing stuff!
Finally, I have founded a group bringing together the most qualified acupuncturists in South West Wales. More news on this soon!
Acupuncture is more than placebo and there is a wealth of high-quality clinical studies that prove this. Acupuncture is effective in treating long-term pain and is effective in chronic back pain. Systematic reviews provide us with the highest...Read more
Come and say hello this Friday from 6.30 pm as I will have a stall at the marvellous health and wellbeing event being hosted by Neyland Rowing Club and Milford Haven Ladies Circle. I will be available to talk about whether acupuncture could help...Read more
Many people suffer from bladder problems that can lead to incontinence and it has such a negative impact on their quality of life. It might mean avoiding taking trips or visiting people in case you need to use the toilet repeatedly or feeling...Read more
What a lovely message from a patient who had received acupuncture to help with plantar fasciitis, which is very painful and can affect mobility. My client’s experience is backed up by what is seen in studies of acupuncture for plantar...Read more
I hope you and your loved ones have a wonderful Christmas full of joy and magic. I only have one appointment left on the 4th January but I am back to my usual hours in the week starting 4th January: Tuesday 9 am – 2 pm Wednesday 7 pm...Read more
Did you know that you can inherit back pain? A research team from Kings College London and the University of Washington have just published a study that investigated whether genes had any influence on long-term back pain, and the results were...Read more