Warwick Acupuncture
Warwick  Acupuncture    

 

 

David Millard

Traditional

Acupuncture

est. 1991

 

 

for further information

please contact:

 

davidrmillard@talktalk.net

 

or

 

phone: 0795 153 6574

 

 

 

 

Interviews:

 

 

 

Migraine Headache and                                            Traditional Acupuncture 

                   (2012)                                          

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dPcZ7acfQHc

                                   

Psoriasis:

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fk4OjzqTzq4

 

 

 

Who has acupuncture?

Many people come to acupuncture for

help with specific symptoms or conditions,

and some because they simply feel

generally unwell.

Others choose acupuncture to enhance

their feeling of wellbeing.

Acupuncture is considered suitable for

all ages, including babies and children.

It can also be used alongside conventional

medicine.

 

What happens when

I go for treatment?

You will be asked about your

current symptoms, what

treatment you have received,

your medical history, your diet,

digestive system, sleeping patterns

and emotional state.

 I will also feel your pulses on both

wrists, and may ask to look at your

tongue.

The acupuncture points used are

not always close to the part of the

body where you experience the

problem. For example, although

you might suffer from headaches,

needles may be inserted in your

foot or hand.

 

How many sessions

will I need?

Frequency and length of treatment

depends on your individual condition.

Some change is usually felt after six to

eight treatments, although occasionally

only one or two treatments are required.

Some patients may need treatment over

several months or long-term.

I will normally ask to see you once

or twice a week at first.

 

Should my doctor know?

If you have been prescribed medication

it makes sense to tell your doctor

that you are planning to have acupuncture.

You should always tell me about any

medication you are taking as this may

affect your response to the acupuncture

treatment.

 

Is it safe?

Acupuncture has a very sound track record.

The needles used are single-use,

sterile and disposable.

 

What does it feel like?

Acupuncture needles are much finer than

needles used for injections and blood tests.

When the needle is inserted, the sensation

is often described as a tingling or dull ache.

 

What can acupuncture

do for me?

Acupuncture is widely considered to

be beneficial for a range of illnesses

and symptoms, from clearly defined

complaints such as headaches,

vomiting, neck ache, and back

and dental pain, through to more

general feelings of ill health such as

nausea or low energy.

 Acupuncture is often used in the

treatmentof a variety of conditions

and in conjunction with western medicine.

 

You can get more information about which

conditions acupuncture has been used for

by visiting the

British Acupuncture Council Website:

 

www.acupuncture.org.uk.

 

And to find out just what

acupuncture can do for you,

please speak to me, David Millard

on 07951 536 574 

 

 

 

  

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