The clinic newsletter contains news from our practitioners including a focus on a different practitioner/therapist each issue and a ‘Behind the Scenes’ feature telling you a bit more about what we get up to when we’re not at the clinic. This Autumn edition features two ‘Therapists in the Spotlight’ with Martine Gallie, talking about Acupuncture, and Abigail Darling talking about Human… Read more »
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2017 marks the 30th Anniversary since the Traditional Acupuncture Centre was opened by the late Terry Skellon. Practitioners and centre staff gathered together to mark the occasion with a delicious birthday cake. The occasion also officially celebrated the transition of the clinic from one owner, Gerry Bishop, to the new management – Trad-Ac Therapies Ltd,… Read more »
The clinic newsletter contains news from our practitioners including a focus on a different practitioner/therapist each issue and a ‘Behind the Scenes’ feature telling you a bit more about what we get up to when we’re not at the clinic. This Early Spring edition features Dr. Zhaolin Ding, talking about her life-long interest in Traditional Chinese Acupuncture; and… Read more »
Alan Armstrong, Clinic Hypnotherapist, will be leading an introductory course to Mindfulness over two half-days: Saturdays 4th and 11th March 10.00am – 1.00pm, here at the Traditional Acupuncture Centre in Leamington Spa. The cost is £100 per person including a £10 non-returnable deposit that is required to secure your place. The course is for a small… Read more »
Lucy Bishop, Nutritional Therapist, will be running a healthy detox programme over 4 weekly evening workshops (7-9pm Monday 23rd & 30th January, 6th & 13th February 2017) here at the Traditional Acupuncture Centre in Leamington Spa. This is a superb opportunity to receive professional guidance in order to follow a healthy 14 day detox plan… Read more »
Our newsletter contains more news from the clinic including a focus on a different practitioner/therapist each issue and a ‘Behind the Scenes’ feature telling you a bit more about what we get up to when we’re not at the clinic. This edition features Grahame Common, counsellor and Psychotherapist, talking about counselling and his background; and Dean… Read more »
October newsletter – Psychosexual therapy, free nutritional assessment and Acupuncturists and their animals!
Our newsletter contains more news from the clinic focusing on a different practitioner/therapist each week, offering nutritional advice and a bit more about a different member of the team in our ‘Behind the Scenes’ section each month. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to win a £25 gift voucher towards any therapy! Simply let us… Read more »
We are really pleased to welcome Jane Bracey to our Reception Team here at the Traditional Acupuncture Centre in Leamington Spa. Jane will be manning the front desk Wednesdays to Fridays, click here to read more…
Our newsletter contains more news from the clinic and our popular free recipe of the month – this month it’s lentil bake – delicious, nutritious and ridiculously low cost and easy to make. Sign up for our newsletter to always get a copy.
We are piloting the use of text messages to confirm appointments and remind people when the appointments is due. We are asking patients for their mobile number when they book to facilitate this. If successful we will roll this out as standard for all practitioners who wish to use the service.
As of Monday 29 June we are offering Tui Na at TAC. Tui Na an ancient holistic Chinese healing art, dating back to 2300BC. Our new practitioner Ranbir Virk will be offering one to one treatments and also running free workshops and taster sessions for anyone interested – including other therapists. Contact Reception to find… Read more »
We now sell Waterfall D-Mannose – a natural remedy for cystitis which afflicts so many women. Available in powder or tablet form from reception.
New McTimoney Chiropractor – Andy MacKinnon-Little has now joined us and will be at the clinic every Thursday. Andy has extensive experience as a McTimoney Chiropractor. For more information about Andy and McTimoney Chiropractic – see our March Newsletter and links.
Our Alexander Technique Teacher – Christine Birtwistle now has more details of herself and her services on her web page – follow the link Christine is at the clinic every Thursday.
How Laser Lipo works When the laser paddles are placed on the skin, the cold red laser beams penetrate the skin just deep enough to reach the layers of fat. When the light hits the fat cells a rapid chain of events takes place. Firstly, pores form on the cells causing them to spill out. … Read more »
Acupuncture may help to relieve headaches by: Increasing endorphins and neuropeptide Y levels, which can help to combat negative affective states. Stimulating nerves located in muscles and other tissues, which leads to a release of endorphins and changes the processing of pain in the brain and spinal cord. Reducing inflammation, by promoting release of vascular… Read more »
Acupuncturists trained in the highly successful Zita West approach to fertility available at the Traditional Acupuncture Centre. Zita is an acclaimed acupuncturist, author, fertility and pregnancy consultant well known for her pioneering work in reproductive health. The Zita West Clinic, based in London, is the largest integrated (medical and complementary) practice in the UK specialising… Read more »
A London Clinic has had more than 1,000 successes using this treatment, according to an article published in the Mail on Sunday YOU magazine dated 28th February 2010. The Traditional Acupuncture Clinic in Leamington Spa has Five Element Acupuncturists experienced in treating fertility issues and helping women to conceive.
6th June, 2011 Millions of patients with ‘unexplained symptoms’ could benefit from acupuncture on the NHS it is claimed. Just 12 sessions led to health improvements for patients taking part in the first study of its kind. British researchers want GPs to prescribe acupuncture for the one in five patients whose symptoms remain ‘medically unexplained’… Read more »