We would like to give a warm welcome to Anne Etherton and Sarah Gunn Acupuncturists who will be moving their Wednesday and Thursday practices respectively to the clinic from 2nd May 2018.
Both are trained in acupuncture but Anne also does Chinese herbal medicine.
Anne is at Beeston on Wednesday and Sarah on Thursday afternoon.
Anne says “Chinese medicine is a medicine in its own right so although we are only given credit for pain control we also can treat most other ailments.”
Acupuncture is effective in the treatment of a wide range of conditions due to the fact that it can stimulate the body’s own healing process.
It can be used as a preventative measure when you feel generally ‘run down’ and also when you ‘feel unwell’, but you do not necessarily present with any symptoms – you just know you don’t feel ‘right’.
The aim of the treatment is not just to relieve symptoms, but also to improve overall wellbeing. Many patients notice not only changes to the condition they sought help with, but also improvements to their energy, confidence and quality of life.
For more information come and talk to them at our open morning on Saturday 28th April 2018 or visit their web site: