Auricular Acupuncture - Help NeededOct 02, 2023
I need some support please and I’m right here if you do too.
I have recently started a practitioner qualification in Traditional Chinese Medicine Auricular Acupuncture and I need some case studies. I can help with pretty much anything but I want case study clients who need support with
- Cancer treatment related side-effects, for example, dry mouth, nausea, pain and hot flushes
- Mental health conditions such as low mood or a lack of joy
- Hormone health concerns and symptoms including mood swings, irritability, hot flushes and weight gain
- Addictions – sugar, drugs, alcohol and/or smoking
Clients will not be charged for treatments but must be able to come to JY HQ in Rural Staffordshire (CW3 9PH) on a weekday, during office hours, every week for 5 weeks.
Auricula Acupuncture is acupuncture of the ear. I will place needles in your ears only.
Cleveland Clinic1 describe acupuncture thus
"Acupuncture is a traditional Chinese method used to relieve some health conditions and symptoms, such as pain. An acupuncturist inserts very thin steel needles into your skin at multiple “acupoints.” The needles rebalance your body’s energy, or qi, and prompt your body to release natural chemicals to fight the illness or symptom."
Our wonderful NHS is no stranger to acupuncture2 as ‘It is used in many NHS GP practices, as well as in most pain clinics and hospices in the UK’.
Auricula acupuncture is also available in many NHS settings. Guys and St Thomas’ recognises that it is as effective as body acupuncture3 with some advantages.
Please contact us if you would like to be considered for this opportunity. We can have a chat at a time to suit you, to discover if we are right for each other.
- https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/treatments/4767-acupuncture accessed 1 October 2023
- https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/acupuncture/ accessed 1 October 2023
- https://www.guysandstthomas.nhs.uk/health-information/acupuncture-dimbleby-cancer-care accessed 1 October 2023