Acupuncture can help alleviate
side effects & promote healing

Acupuncture complements your medical treatment, providing support for you before, during and after it finishes. It can help to alleviate many of the side effects of treatment - enhancing healing whilst promoting a sense of well-being. It can support you whatever form of cancer you have, it should be noted that it is not a curative treatment.

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Commonly Treated Side Effects

Acupuncture can be used to help you manage your symptoms, whatever form of cancer you have. It can support your through chemotherapy, radiotherapy, surgery, ongoing medication and survivorship. Common side effects treated include; nausea, fatigue, low mood, hot flushes, pain, headaches and constipation.

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Recommended Treatment Plan

You can start your acupuncture sessions at anytime, before, during or after your hospital treatment. Treatment is cumulative. Whilst one off sessions may provide relief, ongoing treatment brings the best results. Chemotherapy patients are advised to have acupuncture either the day of or before their treatment.

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About Jo's Qualifications and Experience

Jo Hull, Lic Acu MBAcC, is an experienced Traditional Acupuncturist with specialist skills and training in cancer support. She gained a post graduate qualification in Treating Cancer from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre (NY). Her treatments can often be claimed on private health insurance.

Jo is extremely talented in her field and a force to be reckoned with! She treated me throughout my treatment for breast cancer this year, her magic needles kept me well (body & mind) & gave me much needed energy throughout to be able to cope with a mastsectomy, chemo & radiotherapy. Relieving all the horrible side effects - and there were a few! She made me feel safe, nurtured & gave me a belief I would beat it. And I did. She is so incredibly knowledgeable in the world of cancer. Love you Jo - my journey would have been so incredibly different without you! Thank you for keeping it real whilst I was in a very scary place.
— Jo, Ferring