Acupuncture in Durham
Acupuncture is one of the longest established healthcare systems in the world. Acupuncturists are taught to use subtle diagnostic methods that have been developed and refined over thousands of years. Acupuncture focuses on you the individual, not on your illness, and all your symptoms are seen in relation to each other.
Treatment involves the insertion of very fine needles into specific points on the body to affect the flow of your body’s qi, or vital energy.
Ruth Burry has been qualified and working as an acupuncturist since 2002, helping people with a wide range of medical conditions in Surrey and West Sussex, and more recently also in Denmark, now bringing her Acupuncture to Durham. She trained at the International College of Oriental Medicine (ICOM) in East Grinstead, which is internationally renowned for its philosophical and practical application of the Stems and Branches theory, where it is taught alongside Five Elements theory and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). This enables practitioners to go into greater depth and breadth than with more conventional acupuncture approaches.
Ruth has been a member of the British Acupuncture Council since 2002.
Acupuncture is most effective when used as a course of treatment, and many people see their acupuncturist every 4, 6 or 8 weeks for a ‘top-up’ through the year.
To arrange an appointment, or for a free 15-minute chat about whether acupuncture is right for you, call Ruth direct on: 07849 171176 or email email@example.com
BUPA is one of a number of health insurance providers who cover acupuncture provided by members of the British Acupuncture Council.
If you are wondering whether your health and wellbeing could benefit from acupuncture, the World Health Organisation endorses Chinese acupuncture as an effective treatment for:
… and a lot more
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