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Research

Acupuncture treatment is widely considered to be beneficial for a range of symptoms resulting from illness, from clearly defined complaints, or to

improve general feelings of well-being and help with relaxation. You should always consult your GP if you have any concerns.

For the latest research and evidence based facts on various conditions see A-Z Fact Sheets produced by The British Acupuncture Council where there are

over 30 different ​health conditions which acupuncture can help with.

Acne
Back Pain
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Chronic Pain
Cytitis
Dysmenorrhoea
Facial Pain
Frozen shoulder
Headache
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
Menopausal symptoms
Nausea and vomiting
Obstetrics
Parkinson's disease
Premenstrual syndrome
Rheumatoid arthritis
Sports injuries
Substance misuse
Type-2 Diabetes

Allergic rhinitis
Bell's Palsy
Childbirth
Colds and flu
Dentistry
Exzema and Psoriasis
Female fertility
Gastrointestinal tract disorders
Hypertension
Kidney stones
Migraines
Neuropathic pain
Osteoarthritis
PCOS
Puerperium
Sciatica
Stress
Tennis Elbow
Urinary Incontinence

Anxiety
Cancer Care
Chronic Fatique Syndrome
COPD
Depression
Endometriosis
Fibromyalgia
Gout
Insomnia
Male Infertility
Multiple Scierosis
Obesity
Palliative Care
Post-Operative Pain
Raynaud's
Sinusitis
Stroke
Tinnitus

Please note the effects of acupuncture are wide ranging and may well help you beyond what has been scientifically proven, because acupuncture treats

​you physically, mentally and spiritually dealing with a whole range of acute and chronic problems.

Other Links:

The British Acupuncture Council

Acupuncture Research Council

The Journal of Chinese Medicine

The World Health Organisation