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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- Chinese Medicine explanation and treatment

  Circulation Abnormalities

Acupuncture has been used to increase circulation for centuries. The techniques inherent in the practice of acupuncture stimulate sympathetic responses causing blood vessel dilatation and increased blood flow. This is most notable in the periphery where increased blood flow can be seen. It also occurs internally to maximise nutrient transport and waste removal in the internal organs.


Usually a symptom in older people. This is a symptom in which due to poor circulation the muscles of the lower extremity, particularly the calf muscles, cramp due to lack of blood flow and therefore oxygen to the tissues as well as a build up of lactic acid which is produced secondary to normal use. The acupuncture increases the blood flow for removal of the lactic acid and a restoration of the oxygen to the tissues.

  Raynaud's Disease

A sift in the nervous system initiates this disorder as a response to cold weather in the hands. The hands vascular system constricts causing the fingers to blanch and turn purple and red. It is a common occurrence among people with poorer circulation and may have underlying vascular disease as its origin. Acupuncture is effective in the treatment of this disorder by increasing circulation and decreasing the reactive responses that generate the disorder.

  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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