Welcome to Acupuncture for Life
What is Acupuncture?
It is a way of
achieving and maintaining the
best health and has been practised for over 2000 years. Its
effectiveness has never been disputed and most modern western doctors
Acupuncture works by keeping the body's energy flowing and in balance. This in turn induces a sense of wellbeing and boosts the person's own natural healing. Five Element acupuncture goes beyond looking just at the symptoms and addresses deeper constitutional imbalances.
What Conditions Can It Help?
There are three main areas where
Five Element acupuncture is very effective:
a) Long-term conditions
This is when your symptoms are continuous or appear periodically and conventional medical treatment may have little or no effect. It is often a great help in such cases and may even reduce the need for medication.
Your energy patterns show up any potential health problems before they happen. Treating any energetic aberration helps prevent future illness and promotes good health.
c) Beyond illness
can help you achieve your full
physically, mentally and spiritually. This means that it can help you
your best and get the most out of life.
Most ailments can be helped by Five Element acupuncture because it treats the underlying cause of the problem.
Once you start to feel better,
this renewed sense of wellbeing can be
maintained by periodic treatments. These sessions will continue the
healing process and prevent future problems by keeping your energy in
For most people, a monthly or a seasonal maintenance treatment is sufficient.
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Specific information about the Five Element style is on this page. The newly added articles section is also a good resource for deeper insights into the classical/traditional form.