Research shows Acupuncture can provide
effective pain relief

Acupuncture can provide relief from specific pains for example, osteoarthritis of the knee and in many cases it’s more effective than no treatment or usual care. If  you’re experiencing pain, whether it’s back pain, fibromyalgia, tennis elbow or headaches
acupuncture is a safe  effective treatment.


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Back & Sciatica, Neck & Shoulder Pain

Research suggests acupuncture can help relieve back, neck, shoulder and sciatic pain by stimulating nerves to release endorphins to change the way the brain processes pain. It can reduce inflammation, improve muscle stiffness, increase joint mobility and support post-operative pain management.

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Chronic Pain Relief

Chronic pain includes a wide range of conditions including arthritis, migraines, fibromyalgia, trigeminal neuralgia, tendonitis, irritable bowel, cystitis and endometriosis. Acupuncture has been shown to safely relieve the pain caused by many of these health issues and is side effect free.

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Acupuncture Significantly Improves Migraines

Migraines can range in severity, frequency and symptoms. For many they are debilitating. Research has shown that acupuncture is significantly better than no treatment or basic care for managing migraines. It’s at least as effective as prophylactic drug therapy, whilst being side effect free.   .


‘Being new to acupuncture, I was relieved to be put at ease by Jo’s kind nature. I was there as Western medicine had not helped my neuropathic pain. I found Jo easy to talk in the first consultation, and the treatment itself was rather relaxing. That night I slept amazingly and absolutely astoundingly- the next day I found the pain had disappeared. I have had a couple of subsequent treatments that have also been successful, and I continue to see Jo for different reasons like I would a GP. Due to acupuncture being a whole medicine system, through treatments and consultation with Jo I now even understand my body and myself a bit more! I couldn’t recommend Jo more highly.
— Carla, Brighton