Aberdeen Acupuncture - Mr Acupuncture



Acupuncture is one of the oldest forms of healing known to mankind.  It originated in China nearly 5000 years ago.  The fact that it is still being practised widely today says much about the effectiveness of this treatment and for the truth of the principles on which it is based.

It prevents and treats diseases by stimulating certain points on meridians of the body by using very fine needles (which are hardly thicker than your hair), moxibustion, cupping or massage. 


Chinese medicine looks at disease in a very unique way.  By taking into account the broader context of your life, from your physical and emotional state through to your lifestyle, the Acupuncture Practitioner can draw on a more complete picture of your condition.  On the basis of this, it is possible to see the deeper pattern of disharmony underlying the specific symptoms.  Treatment is directed towards correcting the underlying disharmony.  Acupuncture is a gentle yet powerful method of harmonising the internal forces within your body to restore your health and well-being. 


The Acupuncturist will question you to gain an all-round picture of your situation, make observations of your tongue and pulse and undertake a physical examination if appropriate.  What the Acupuncturist is looking for, is not any symptom in isolation, but rather a pattern into which is woven a total picture of the patient.  Tongue and pulse diagnoses are highly refined in Chinese medicine.  


Disposable needles only are used.  The needles are used once and once only before being disposed of. 


Acupuncture has a significant contribution to make in increasing your vitality and energy and zest for life.  Acupuncturists are trained to recognise disease often long before you are aware of any problem.  Treatment at this early stage can prevent a more serious condition developing. 


For your initial visit the Practitioner allows enough time to gather information on:  a your symptoms, the history and treatment to date;    b your medical and family history;  c the behaviour of your various systems,  eg how you sleep, whether your digestion is good;  and      d your physical condition, eg distribution of body heat or the condition of your skin. 

The number of treatments required depends entirely on the problem.  Generally, the more recent the illness, the fewer treatments are required. 


The needles used are solid and much finer than those used for injections or withdrawing blood.  In most cases, only a slight prick is felt when the needle goes through the skin.  When the needle reaches the Acupuncture point there is another sensation, often described as a tingly or numb feeling.  The sensation is pleasantly relaxing.  There are no harmful side-effects.


Acupuncture is especially good for disorders of the nerve, locomotor and digestive systems and various kinds of pain.  Many people come to an Acupuncture Practitioner for help with a specific symptom or condition.  The following are some typical conditions which are more commonly treated by Acupuncture.  Most people who are accepted for treatment are helped.

 Infectious Diseases 

Bronchitis                Diarrhoea/vomiting

Common Cold          Influenza

Cough                      Shingles 

Internal Diseases 

Allergies                  Indigestion

Angina                     Insomnia

Anxiety                    M E

Arthritis                    Migraine

Asthma                    M S

Back Pain                Nervous Disorders

Breathlessness        Pain

Catarrh                    Palpitations

Chest Pain               Paralysis

Colitis                      Panic Attacks

Conjunctivitis            Phobias

Constipation             Rheumatism

Deafness                 Sciatica

Depression               Shock

Dizziness                 Side Effects of

Eczema                   Radio/Chemo Therapy

Gastric Pain             Sinusitis

Hay Fever                Skin Diseases

Headaches               Sporting Injuries

Hiccough                 Stomach Ulcers

Hypertension            Stress

Incontinence             Strokes 

Tennis Elbow            Tiredness

Tension                    Tonsilitis

Thyroid Conditions    Urine Retention

Tinnitus                    Vertigo 

Women's Diseases 

Anaemia                  Menstrual Problems

Cystitis                    Morning Sickness

Discharge                P M T

Hot Flushes             Prolonged Labour

Infertility                  Uterine Prolapse

Labour Pains             Mastitis 

 Men's Diseases 

 Hernias                         Prostatitis


 Children's Diseases 

 Bed-wetting                  Infantile Paralysis

 Convulsions                  Mumps



 Alcohol                         Tobacco

 Food                            Tranquilizers


Help: If you are looking for acupuncture in aberdeen, you may interest in any of our acupuncture treatments. For specific acupuncutre treatments, please refer to information menu on left hand side of the page. Our Acupuncture office in aberdeen is in : 23 Edmond Gardens, Kingswells, Aberdeen, AB15 8PL.




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