There is growing scientific proof that acupuncture has profound affects on us, with the studies showing it to be more powerful than medication for arthritis.

For those who “don’t like needles” (which is a lot of us!) the needles themselves are extremely thin – nothing like an injection needle – so there is only a mild sensation as they are inserted, followed by a localised aching feeling when the right point is stimulated.

Treatments are usually once a week. The needles are all single use and disposable, so there is no risk of infection or contamination. Below is a list of  Therapists who are qualified to do Acupuncture.

Kirsty doing Acupuncture as part of her Physiotherapy treatment on a patient

Cranleigh – Michelle, Kathryn, Kirsty, Lindsay

Dorking – Lindsay and Jenny

Horsham – Liz and Rosie