Acupuncture & Herbs - Hull Chinese Medical Centre
  Chinese Medicine:
- Acupuncture
- Herbal Medicines
- Acupressure
- Cupping
- Moxibustion

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  Treatments For:
- Arthritis
- Asthma / Hayfever
- Addictions (Alcohol / Smoking)
- Back & Neck Problems
- Circulatory Problems
- Digestive Disorders / IBS
- Frozen Shoulder
- Fatigue
- High Blood Pressure
- Headaches / Migraines
- Hair Losing
- Insomnia
- Infertility / IVF Support
- Weight Problems
- Menopausal Symptoms
- Sexually Related Disorders
- Stress / Anxiety / Depression
- Sports Injury / Tennis Elbow
- Skin Problems
- Stroke Rehabilitation
- Sinus Infection
- Tinnitus
- Trapped Nerve / Sciatica

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Acupuncture is an ancient therapy for restoring balance to the body's natural energy systems. Acupuncture theory is based on the concept of Qi that is the life force energy in our bodies - Qi -circulates through energy channels or meridians. Qi is the power or force that fuels and drives both body and mind functions. Acupuncture works by inserting  very  fine sterilized disposable acupuncture needles into meridians (the channels of energy). An acupuncturist can stimulate the body's own healing response and help restore its natural balance/homeostasis. As the energy of each organ travels to and affects different areas of the body, an acupuncturist may needle an area apparently  unrelated  to  the location of the symptoms. By leaving the needles in for approximately 20 minutes, a circuit of energy will be created which will help to correct any imbalance, thereby bringing relief to the patient.

An acupuncturist can identify 12 internal organs, each having a corresponding meridian or channel through which the Qi of the organ flows. The flow of Qi can be disturbed by a number of factors including; emotional upset, physical trauma, poor diet or overwork. Blocked Qi can manifest itself in areas that are painful or are particularly cold or hot, or a different colour. These signs can help an acupuncturist determine which points are most suitable. Treating the patient as an individual is at the core of the acupuncture treatment and this helps allow the body to rebalance itself. Acupuncture also includes other techniques such as cupping, moxibustion or acupressure.

  Our Practitioner
practitioner of Acupuncture & Herbs
Dr Huang   MD  MATCM
  West Hull Branch
west Hull branch at 374 Hessle Road
374 Hessle Road
Hull, HU3 3SD
Tel: 01482 218866
  East Hull Branch
east Hull branch at 319 Holderness Road
319 Holderness Road
Hull, HU8 8SH
Tel: 01482 217771

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