Acupuncture Treatment

Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine

Acupuncture is one of the main natural healing methods used by Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) to help resolve health issues without side effects. One of the world’s oldest medical systems, the use of Acupuncture in Europe and the USA began to spread rapidly during the second half of the twentieth century. Today, it is a widely practiced and is considered a safe and effective, natural form of health care, used in Western Medicine as well as by Practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Like all TCM healing methods, acupuncture therapy is based on the concept of Qi, the life force or energy which flows around the body and regulates your health. According to TCM theory, disease results if the flow of Qi is blocked. Acupuncture points are located on the meridians through which Qi flows. It works by relieving blockages at key points along the meridians. By enabling Qi to flow smoothly, balance and harmony can be restored to your body, giving it the support it needs to prevent health problems and treat illness and disease.

Benefits of Acupuncture

As a natural form of healing, Acupuncture can offer:

  • drug free pain relief
  • effective treatment for a wide range of acute and chronic ailments
  • a way to address underlying cause of disease and illness as well as the symptoms
  • prevention of future disease and illness

How is Acupuncture administered?

Acupuncture treatment involves the insertion of fine, disposable, sterile needles, made of stainless steel, into specific acupuncture points sited along the body’s meridians. During centuries of clinical practice, the functions and clinical effectiveness of each acu-point or combination of points has been noted. In recent years these actions have been systematically studied and verified by modern scientific research.

Acupuncture can treat a wide range of disorders including:

  1. Skin conditions

    Skin conditions such as eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis, acne, hair loss and dandruff.

  2. Digestive system conditions

    Digestive system conditions such as weight control, heartburn, ulcers, gastric hyperacidity, gastritis, hiatus hernia, flatulence, colitis, constipation, and haemorrhoids

  3. Musculoskeletal disorders

    Musculoskeletal disorders such as lower back, shoulder and neck pain, sciatica, arthritis, gout, ‘frozen shoulder’, and ‘tennis elbow’.

  4. Neurological conditions

    Neurological conditions such as headaches, migraines and stroke

  5. Cardiovascular disorders

    Cardiovascular disorders such as high or low blood pressure, fluid retention, chest pain, poor circulation, cold hands and feet, and muscle cramps.

  6. Respiratory conditions

    Respiratory conditions such as hay fever, asthma, bronchitis, sinusitis, chronic cough, laryngitis, sore throat, influenza and the common cold.

  7. Urogenital disorders

    Urogenital disorders such as cystitis, prostatitis, low sexual vitality, kidney and bladder disorders.

  8. Eye conditions

    Eye conditions such as red, sore, itchy or watery eyes, conjunctivitis

  9. Sporting injuries

    Sporting injuries such as sprained ankles and knees, cartilage problems, torn muscles and ligaments.

  10. Psychological conditions including

    Psychological conditions including: addictions such as smoking.
    depression, phobias, anxiety and nervousness.

Disclaimer & Important Information

We can’t guarantee any treatment results. Symptoms, conditions and results are unpredictable and vary from person to person. treatment lengths and recovery times also vary from person to person. GinSen’s specialists will discuss your care needs before carrying out any treatment. All content on this site is provided as illustrative and for informational purposes only and does not guarantee results.

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Throughout my life, I have always found exams of any kind extremely stressful. Recently, when I was training to be an aerobics instructor, the thought of the practical examination filled me with dread. I had several acupuncture treatments in the run up to my exam to relieve anxiety and reduce stress. The acupuncture, herbal medicine, breathing exercises and reflexology massages made a huge difference. Although I did still suffer some nerves on the day of the exam, the overall effect was that the stress reduced significantly and I passed the exam. I cannot thank GinSen enough, they taught me to control my nerves, and without them, I am not sure I would have made it through my exam quite so easily