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    What is the Fab Clinic Acupuncture

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    Acupuncture is the time-tested therapy that has been practised in the Far East for thousands of years. Now it being recognised as the go to natural therapy for the modern world.

    As a standalone therapy or as a complement to other treatments, acupuncture provides an effective solution for many conditions.

    Acupuncture and dry needling have been used by Physiotherapists for many years now. It is widely accepted that needling can have profound effects on the muscle system and provide pain relief.

    We use a combination of manual therapy and needling techniques to help unload tissue or provide pain relief for your injury. All our physiotherapists are trained to a high standard and are regulated by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP).

    During a consultation, a senior practitioner will do a full medical history and be looking to identify the cause of any problems or imbalances. From there a selection of points will be chosen. The acupuncturist will then insert several very fine needles which will be left in position for around 15 minutes. Acupuncture is typically painless and patients often report a great sense of relaxation during and after the treatment. Over a course of treatment cumulative benefit can be seen

    Below are some of the conditions Acupuncture helps:

    Stroke rehabilitation | Headache & Migraines | Menstrual cramps | Fibromyalgia | Myofascial pain | Osteoarthritis | Low back pain | Carpal tunnel syndrome | Difficulty breathing | Dental pain | Labour pain

    At FAB Clinic, Acupuncture is carried out by either a qualified acupuncturist or a clinical specialist (physiotherapist).

    *Results may vary from person to person

    Summary Of Your Treatment

    • Procedure Time

      45 min

    • Back To Work


    • Anaesthetic


    • Results

      Various Depending on Condition

    • Risks & Complications

      Minor Pain, Possible Bleeding (Minor), Itchiness

    • Prices


    Frequently Asked Questions
    • Can acupuncture help me?

    Acupuncture is recommended for a broad range of conditions from specific ailments to general feelings of ill health and low energy.

    • Who can have acupuncture?

    Acupuncture is suitable for all ages including babies, children and the elderly.

    • Can children and adolescents have acupuncture?

    Yes. Children and adolescents usually respond very well to acupuncture. Many acupuncturists specialise in paediatric care.

    • How many sessions will I need?

    That depends on your individual condition. At first your acupuncturist will normally ask to see you once or twice a week. You may start to feel benefits after the first or second treatment although long-standing and chronic conditions usually need more time to improve. Once your health has stabilised you may need top-up treatments every few weeks. Traditional acupuncture is also very effective when used as preventative healthcare and many people like to go for a ‘retuning’ session at the change of each season throughout the year.

    • What does acupuncture feel like?

    Most people find acupuncture to be very relaxing. Patients often describe the needle sensation as a tingling or dull ache.

    • I have a phobia of needles. What should I do?

    Acupuncture needles are very much finer than the needles used for injections and blood tests. You may not even feel them penetrate the skin and once in place they are hardly noticeable.

    • How should I prepare for an acupuncture treatment?

    Try not to have a large meal within an hour of your appointment as the process of digestion will alter the pattern of your pulse, and you may need to lie on your stomach. You should also avoid alcohol and food or drink that colours your tongue such as coffee or strong tea. It is a good idea to wear loose-fitting clothes so that the acupuncture points, especially those on your lower limbs, are easily accessible.

    • And after the treatment?

    You are likely to feel relaxed and calm. If the treatment has been particularly strong you may feel tired or drowsy and it is worth bearing this in mind if you plan to drive or use any other machinery soon afterwards.

    • Are there any side effects?

    Acupuncture has virtually no unpleasant side effects. Any that do occur are mild and self-correcting. Occasionally there may be minor bruising at the needle point or a short-term flare-up of your symptoms.

    After Care
    • This will be communicated to you in writing in the form of instruction sheets for the aftercare. You’ll also be thoroughly briefed at the clinic before & after your procedure
    Treatment Price
    • A single session (45min): £45
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