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Nicola Fielding BSc, Lic. Ac, MBAcC, ITEC, Dip (AIT)
Essex Acupuncture and Massage


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people have acupuncture for a variety of problems including pain, stress and low energy.


Adverse symptoms are your body's way of saying something isn't right and needs attention. Working with your symptoms naturally can so often bring about full recovery and increased well-being.

Acupuncture –
A system of healing that has been practiced in China and other countries for thousands of years. The focus of acupuncture is to improve the over all well-being of the patient as well as treating specific symptoms. Acupuncturists work to treat the root cause of the symptoms by re-balancing energy and so encourage the body’s own healing processes to occur. TCM acupuncture is not the same as Western medical acupuncture which is most often used by some doctors and physiotherapists, mainly to treat musculo-skeletal problems.

In the West, more and more people are turning to acupuncture for help and its increase in popularity has encouraged numerous clinical trials in order to prove its efficacy. Trials have confirmed acupuncture to be effective in treating conditions like back pain, neck pain, migraine, headaches, nausea & vomiting, osteoarthritis, tennis elbow, menstrual and menopausal problems, insomnia and more.

A testimony to the success of this ancient therapy is that it has been used for thousands of years It works naturally and provides the body with an opportunity to heal itself rather than masking symptoms with substances. Many people are now recognising the importance of addressing health problems in this way.

People who find acupuncture beneficial, also notice that other accompanying ailments like low energy or poor sleep, irritability or symptoms associated with stress have also improved with treatment. It seems that treatment can bring about positive changes for patients both physically and emotionally.