Medical Acupuncture

Medical Acupuncture is a modern adaptation of the ancient Chinese practice of acupuncture. It is defined as a therapeutic technique that involves the insertion of fine needles into certain points across the body to encourage healing and pain relief.

How is Medical Acupuncture different from traditional Chinese Acupuncture?
Can Acupuncture be used to treat my problem?
How many treatments will I need?
Are there any side effects to the treatment?
Is Acupuncture safe?
Is it hygenic?
What are the needles like? Do they hurt?
Things you need to make your therapist aware of prior to treatment:
Does it really work?
Are there any 'Dos and Donts' for me on the day of a treatment?