Acupuncture

Acupuncture in Ealing

Become pain free with Acupuncture

 

Michelle, LLB BSc MBAcC  treats musculoskeletal conditions such as chronic neck and back pain, sports injury, RSI and arthritis and also other pain conditions such as headache, stomach ache and period pain.

Acupuncture in Ealing

Our resident Acupuncturist Michelle Aris is a specialist in using acupuncture & massage to treat pain

Your Consultation

Michelle recognises that, as a patient, you are unique. To fully understand your condition, she will listen closely to your patient history and use careful questioning, palpation (touch), and observation of your tongue and pulse. These diagnostic techniques enable her to offer treatment and advice that is perfectly tailored to you.

Your Treatment

Michelle usually combines acupuncture and massage. To achieve optimum results, other techniques such as cupping, moxibustion, gua sha and infrared heat lamp therapy may be used. Dietary and lifestyle advice may also be offered. You remain in control of your own treatment and Michelle encourages you to work in partnership with her to achieve the results you seek.

Michelle’s Qualifications

Bachelor of Science degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncture (graduated 2:1 Hons, University of Westminster 2007)

Member of The British Acupuncture Council

Contact Michelle to see how acupuncture can help you, or to book an appointment

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