Acupuncture Dates Back Over 3,000+Years And Counting

Effective treatment for illness, to prevent disease and improve well-being

Acupuncture is used to treat a vast array of conditions for men, women and children. It is often used to help adult condistions varying from simple coughs to anxiety and depression, viral infections as well as more complicated issues such as addiction, infertility or associated problems for both partners, menopausal problems as well as impotence, prostate issues and much more. Acupuncture is also a great treatment for Hay Fever, both to ease the severity of Hay Fever symptoms as well using it as a preventative tool. You can read more about using Acupuncture to treat Hay Fever below and download our guide on how to treat your Hay Fever naturally.

Acupuncture is used to treat illness, prevent disease and improve well-being. It originated in China more than 3000 years ago and due to its proven effectiveness has been embraced throughout the world. Acupuncture is also a very effective and safe treatment for children and can be very useful to treat issues such as hyperactivity, colic, skin problems or bed wetting. It is safe to say that there is no sick person who cannot be helped by Acupuncture treatment.

It involves the insertion of very fine, pre-sterilised, disposable needles at specific points on the body’s surface to help restore health on a physical, psychological and emotional level.

Acupuncture is one therapy within the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) system which seeks to treat the whole person. Acupuncture can be used alone, combined with western medicine, or with other forms of TCM such as:

  • Chinese herbal medicine
  • Moxibustion (heat treatment)
  • Massage and therapeutic exercise
  • Medical Qi Gong

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Acupuncture Helps Hay Fever

There are a few options available to you if you would like to try approaching your symptoms using Natural Hay fever Treatments. If you’re looking for product suggestions; I can suggest some natural anti-histamines and I usually combine these with some form of immune support and in some circumstances a nasal spray to alleviate localized symptoms.

If you’re looking for a natural treatment to help prevent Hay Fever as well as help with Hay Fever Symptoms I strongly urge you to try Acupuncture for your Hay Fever.

You can download our e-book here on Natural Hay Fever Treatments and it will also give you some top tips to get a preventative Hay Fever action plan in place.

” Acupuncture Worked For My 
Hay Fever & Energy Levels Soared ”

“Ever since I can remember I have suffered with chronic Hay fever. Come the last week in April until the first week in September I suffered with a stuffed nose, watery and itchy eyes, constant sneezing and low energy.

What I noticed is as i was getting older the symptoms were getting worse. I had tried all the conventional medicines and to be fair some of them offered relief but that was about it.

A friend of mine suggested I go and see Gerald as they had tried Acupuncture for a health problem they had and got great relief.

I attended Gerald’s clinic for 8 Acupuncture sessions. It was the first time in many years that I got great relief.

The sneezing greatly reduced, the mucous disappeared and my energy levels soared.

For me personally Acupuncture has made a great difference to my health, well being and my Hay fever and I can highly recommend Gerald and his Clinic.”

Denis Crowley, Fermoy

Some Frequently Asked Questions On Acupuncture

No …. while some people experience a little ‘pinch’ as the needle is inserting to the Acupuncture point, this is short lived and then you just relax and let the needles do their work.
Yes indeed … Acupuncture can be a very effective method of treatment for children and found very useful to treat issues such as hyperactivity, colic, skin problems or bed wetting to name just a few. Please feel free to give us a call with any questions you may have.
The initial consultation consists of questions regarding the complaint itself and the medical history of the client. All patients currently on a course of drugs should bring them along at the first or second consultation. A thorough examination of both tongue and pulse will be carried out. Acupuncture needles remain in place for a around 20 minutes. When they are removed the client may be prescribed Chinese herbs and be given dietary/lifestyle advice in order to further aid recovery. The initial treatment session can last up to one hour with subsequent sessions lasting 30-40 minutes.
Since each person is unique the number of treatments required will vary. Chronic, long term conditions can take longer to treat than acute conditions that have just occurred. If the patient is in general good health recovery may be quicker. Initially treatments may be administered close together and then become less frequent as the condition improves.
No special clothing is required, however, you may prefer to bring along some shorts and vest to make it more comfortable for yourself.
All needles come pre-sterilized and are disposed of after each acupuncture treatment, so you can be confident in the safety of your treatment.
Following treatment people often experience positive changes, e.g. they may sleep better or feel more relaxed.