Acupuncture’s Role in Assisting Fertility: A Promising Approach for Both Men and Women

The journey toward parenthood can be challenging for many couples, leading them to explore various fertility treatment options. Among these options, acupuncture has gained considerable attention as a complementary therapy for both male and female patients. This ancient practice, rooted in traditional Chinese medicine, has shown promising results in improving fertility outcomes. In this blog […]

See how you can prevent headaches and migraines safely.

Headaches and Migraines are very common problems and they have a huge impact on a lot of people’s lives. There are many things that can cause headaches and migraines such as stress, posture, tension and even your diet can have an impact. There are more than 200 different kinds of headaches and 90 % of […]

Male infertility Treatment

When a couple is diagnosed infertile, first thoughts often run to the woman. Statistics suggest that 35 to 40 percent of the problems are caused by male conditions, another 35 to 40 percent by female conditions, and the last 20 to 30 percent a combination of the two, plus a small percentage of unknown causes. […]

Acupuncture for Sciatica

Sciatica is pain affecting the back, hip, and outer side of the leg, caused by compression of a spinal nerve root in the lower back, and could lead to degeneration of discs. Typical symptoms include pain down the lower leg, may be in the form of a burning or tingling sensation. Weakness, numbness and or […]

Acupuncture for Anxiety

We’ve all experienced a form of anxiety previously, the sweaty palms, the rapid heartbeat, not being able to focus. To a certain extend anxiety is pretty normal and common in our daily lives. However, some people find it tough to actually cope with the anxiety, our minds are overloaded and we fail to develop ways […]

Acupuncture – Miscarriage Prevention

Spotting that confirmation symbol on a pregnancy test could be a long awaited confirmation when trying to conceive. A miscarriage has to be one of the most devastating things that could happen to potential parents. About 10 to 20 percent of known pregnancies end in miscarriage. But the actual number is probably much higher because many […]

You might not need Arthroscopic Surgery- There are alternatives

Osteoarthritis, also known as degenerative arthritis degenerative joint disease, OA, or osteoarthrosis, is a form of arthritis caused by inflammation, breakdown, and the eventual loss of cartilage in the joints – the cartilage wears down over time. According to the Arthritis Foundation, USA: Osteoarthritis has as its main symptoms: Ok, so you probably know how […]

You can do something about it

1/2 of the worries we have we can’t do anything about…the other half however, are controllable…anxiety is one of them. We’ve all had those heart-racing experience when waking up in the morning when you probably only had 2-3 hours of sleep because of anxiety…Whether it be because of stress at work, house-hold circumstances or for […]

Getting a grip on headaches

Experts who administered the needles treatment to women suffering from the debilitating condition found they had fewer attacks and needed less painkilling medication.  Researchers focused on classical migraine – or migraine with aura – when the piercing headache is preceded by visual disturbances.   They conducted a trial of 160 patients at the Woman’s Headache […]


It’s been about 2,000 years in the making, but acupuncture is becoming more mainstream. Research shows that the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis (RA), osteoarthritis (OA), and fibromyalgia might be improved with acupuncture. But how? The ancient – and current – theory of acupuncture goes a little like this: An essential life energy called qi (pronounced […]

Using acupuncture to turn breech babies

By 3–4 weeks before the due date, most babies move so their heads are down near the birth canal. If this does not happen, the buttocks, the feet, or both may be in place to come out first during birth. This is called a breech presentation. It happens in 3–4% of full-term births and requires […]