Lots of patients in clinic this spring summer and more than usual with Hay Fever symptoms.Treating with Acupunctureof face and arms,Auricular Acupuncture and some cupping.
Many thanks for your good wishes and cards this week.I know it’s Acupuncture awareness week and some of you are aware I have been open now here at my clinic in Penllergaer for nine years.I want to thank especially those of you who have been loyal to me and have been coming every month for nine years! Also a big thanks to anyone who has come through my door over years and those of you who are new.I will be continuing the good work for many years to come,just don’t all come at once!
Next week is the start of Acupuncture Awareness week in the U.K. If you have a any questions about Acupuncture now is your chance to call or post a query on my comments page about acupuncture and I will be happy to help you with your enquiry,
I attended this workshop by Beverley de Valois and here is what she has to say
“In the U.K there are nearly two million people living with or beyond cancer,a figure forecast to double by 2030.Early diagnosis and treatment mean that people are living longer after diagnosis and treatment.The impact of cancer,however continues after treatment is finished,and survivors face many challenges-practical,physical, and emotional-in restoring their lives after cancer.”
As for Acupuncture she goes on to say
“Traditional acupuncture can play an important role in the ongoing supportive care of people adjusting to life after cancer diagnosis and treatment.With its ability to focus on treating the person,and not merely the symptoms(or the disease),it offers a comprehensive package of care that can address the complex physical,emotional and mental needs of people coping with a chronic condition.”
Beveley de Valois PhD Lic Ac FBAcC Jan 2013
for more information see www.cancerresearchuk.org/cancer