Symptoms treatable by Acupuncture and OsteopathyAcupuncture and Osteopathy are well documented with positive results in treating many symptoms, conditions, illnesses and problems experienced by modern society.
The symptoms we can help alleviate are wide ranging and diverse, as the therapies we offer cover a large spectrum of physical, mental and emotional conditions. Acupuncture, Trigger Point Therapy and Osteopathy have become mainstream therapies which can relieve many problems, with Naturopathy supporting the whole individual.
PLEASE NOTE - This area of the website in currently under significant development, with a comprehensive array of symptoms and conditions being added in the New Year. If you would like any information in the mean-time regarding a specific problem, please contact us on 0845 303 8372.
Back pain, low back pain, tendonitis, tennis elbow, sciatica, arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, fibromyalgia, shoulder, neck, arm wrist and hand pain, hip, knee, ankle and foot pain
Flu, bronchitis, allergies, asthma, hay fever, sinusitis
Migraines, headaches, facial paralysis, stroke recovery and dizziness
Indigestion, diarrhoea, constipation, nausea, ulcers, IBS
Depression, anxiety, insomnia, stress
Ear, nose and throat conditions
Earaches, toothaches, sinus problems, laryngitis, rhinitis, TMJ or jaw pain
Menstrual irregularity, endometriosis, PMS, menopausal syndrome, infertility, abdominal pain, backache, hot flushes, breast tenderness, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)
Rashes, eczema, acne, spots, and psoriasis, dermatitis
Smoking cessation, alcoholism, recreational drug addictions, weight loss through appetite suppression
Our clinics in Cambridgeshire and London offer Acupuncture, Osteopathy, Naturopathy and Trigger Point Therapy treatments for an extensive range of conditions.
Our Sawtry clinic covers a wide area from Peterborough to Huntingdon and St. Neots, while at the Steeple Morden clinic we receive patients from Baldock and Royston, plus Ashwell and all over North Herts.
From Deeping St James, our most rural clinic attracts patients from Stamford, Spalding and Peterborough.