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Acupuncture in Brighton

Brighton therapists for effective acupuncture!

If you have never been for acupuncture before and you have heard about it you might be a little reluctant to try it yourself, but the clinics that specialise in this service in Brighton might just change your mind. This is a medical practice that originated in China thousands of years ago where hair-thin needles are inserted into the skin to alleviate pain, nausea and some health conditions.

Brighton therapists for effective acupuncture!

If you have never been for acupuncture before and you have heard about it you might be a little reluctant to try it yourself, but the clinics that specialise in this service in Brighton might just change your mind. This is a medical practice that originated in China thousands of years ago where hair-thin needles are inserted into the skin to alleviate pain, nausea and some health conditions.

Known to provide incredible results!

There are some people who think that it is simply a placebo and some doctors that aren’t convinced of its use for some more serious complaints, but research in Europe and the USA have found it to be effective and most doctors agree that it can help clients with the side effects of cancer treatments.

What is the ideology behind it?

Traditionally in China it works on creating a balance in the flow of Qi in the body, which is a life force energy, when blockages occur in the flow of this energy it is said to lead to illness. The needles are inserted into certain points in the body that lie along the meridian lines which the Qi flows through, this breaks down any blockages and relieves pain and illness.

Modern theories are also used!

Today this treatment works along neurohormonal pathways and as the nerve is stimulated by the needle messages are sent to the brain to release hormones. This helps improve the clients feeling of wellbeing and makes them feel much better. There are some modern theories on how it works and you can find clinics and spas in the city that follow the traditional Chinese medicine beliefs or somewhere that follows the more modern day beliefs, either way this treatment is beneficial.

Find the best salons for you!

PamperTree is the perfect place to find all of the best health and beauty treatments and venues in your area, including clinics that specialise in acupuncture. Brighton is full of fantastic clinics, spas and salons that offer you so many health and beauty treatments and services and with the help of PamperTree you can find the best places for you. You can also find spas closer to your home or your place of work for acupuncture with a search for acupuncture near you on PamperTree.

Book an expert acupuncture in Brighton today!

 

Using this online directory you can find the top-rated venues and read reviews from all of their past clients to find the perfect place for you to visit for your appointment, these reviews are especially helpful if you have never tried it before and want to find out what other people thought before you decide to book an appointment. Practitioners are highly skilled and trained to offer this ancient therapy so you can really trust them to give you an amazing and professional treatment. Most clients feel little to no pain while they lie there with the needles inserted for around half an hour before they are removed.


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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Acupuncture in Brighton

How does acupuncture help the body?

The needles are placed along the meridian paths that flow throughout the body and this relieves any built up stress and pain and releases chemicals into the muscles to stimulate healing and enhance wellbeing within.

Are there any bad side effects?
Not all clients will receive any side effects after a treatment and will immediately begin to feel better, however some clients will feel worse for a short while with symptoms including fatigue, bruising, tenderness and dizzy spells.
How deep are the needles inserted?
Depending on the problem and which muscle, the needles are generally inserted up to ¼- to ½-inch deep. This is due to various factors, including the location on the body and what problem is being focused on.

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