London Acpuncture Clinic - Aumedica
Clinic Locations: London, Manchester, Stoke On Trent, Derby and Wolverhampton
Appointment Secretary: (01782) 613 604 Mobile: 077378 55622
The clinical director: 078146 96437

What do you knowabout ACUMEDICA?

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For the main reason that many people are turning to acupuncture to help a particular medical condition (whether painful or nan-painful) is that Chinese Acupuncture has a wide range of treatment methods and techniques at its disposal. In recent years, acupuncture has become increasingly popular. It is exciting to see that the range of medical treatments available is widening, it does mean that the skillful acupuncturist has the duty to educate the general public about the strengths and weakness of Acupuncture techniques.Acumedica is nationwide clinics which employed fully qualified acupuncture practitioners who practice Traditional Chinese as well as western acupuncture. Acumedica believes that Traditional Chinese acupuncture has an important role to play in health care today, and that it is vital to put forward a balanced case in order that informed opinion can encourage its use.

Why do you choose our Acumedica clinics?

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In the UK, anyone can advertise and practice acupuncture, regardless of qualifications or experience. This is deeply worrying, because acupuncture should be practiced by a qualified acupuncturist who is trained and experienced in acupuncture. Wherever Acupuncture Therapy (Traditional Chinese or/and Western acupuncture) is offered, it is necessary to check the qualifications of the practitioner and their registration with reputable Professional body, such as British Acupuncture Council, to whom they are answerable.


Our acupuncturists have the following skills and experiences:
- They completed a thorough clinical training in Chinese and Western acupuncture and have wide range of anatomical knowledge about human body.
- They follow the correct hygiene procedure in using a sterile disposable needle
- They bound by the British Acupuncture Council’s code of Ethics and Practice and covered by Professional Indemnity and Public liability insurance
- They have several years of experience in practicing acupuncture.

What do expect on your acupuncture visit to Acumedica clinic?

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When you visit the clinic for a consultation, our Acupuncture practitioner will conduct a thorough history, detailed examination and a plan for acupuncture treatment based on diagnosis. Each patient’s case will be assessed by the practitioner and treatment will be tailored to the individual. The treatment will vary according to the disease but might include electrical and laser acupuncture in addition to manual techniques.

What does Acupuncture Treatment Involve?

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Very fine needles are inserted through the skin, and are usually left in position for short time. The number of needles inserted varies, but rarely exceed 20, and may often be as few as 6-10. The needle sensation is often comfortable and relaxing. But this will vary with different practitioners and patients are usually treated twice a week and the period of treatment course will depend on the progress. However, the average number of treatments is 6 and if improvement follows it will usually be apparent by then.

What medical conditions could be treated with acupuncture at Acumedica Clinics?

The list of common conditions which can be treated is:

Head & Neck 
Neuralgia, headaches, migraine, fainting, facial pain, ties (?), spasms, cervical spondylosis, neck pain.

Limbs and Muscular System
Fibrositis, muscular rheumatism, sciatica, lumbago, swelling, discoloration, cramps, cold hands and feet, weakness, some types of trembling, neuralgia of shoulders and arms, tennis elbow, golfer's elbow, osteoarthritis (shoulder, hip, knee, ankle and other joints), weakness or feeling of excessive heaviness of limbs, frozen shoulder.

Digestive System
Duodenal and stomach ulcer, hyperacidity, gastritis, dyspepsia, inability to eat ordinary food, non digestion of food, no appetite, undigested stools, pale stools, belching, wind, abdominal distension, bad breath, dry mouth, bad taste in mouth, heartburn, nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, various types of colic, atony (?), under function of liver, tender liver, hepatitis, chronic cholecystitis, colitis, pancreatitis, nausea and vomiting in pregnancy (morning sickness), abdomen feels cold, spastic colon, irritable bowel syndrome.

Respiratory System
Asthma, bronchitis, tracheitis, shortness of breath, pulmonary congestion, recurrent colds, coughs and mild chronic pulmonary infections.

Cardio Vascular System
Angina pectoris, pseudo angina pectoris, pain or heaviness over cardiac area, fainting, palpitations,ttachycardia, certain valvular defects, arrhythmias, arterial spasm, phlebitis, haemorrhoids, lymphangeitis,  adenitis, pallor, pins and needles, poor circulation, fainting, feels cold easily.

Genito Urinary System
Kidney inflammation, cystitis, some types of kidney pain, lumbago, bladder irritation and spasm, bed wetting, lack of bladder control. Pelvic pain, painful periods, irregular periods, flooding, menopausal trouble, hot flushes, ovarian pain, mastitis, menopausal loss of hair (sometimes), tender breasts, prostate inflammation.

Weak eyesight, tired after reading a book for a short time, non-optical defects, black spots and zigzags in front of eyes, pain behind or around eye, conjunctivitis, inflamed eyelids. 

Ear, Nose and Throat
Hay fever, rhinitis, nose bleeding, sneezing, loss of smell (some types), sinusitis, catarrh, tonsillitis, llaryngitis, loss of voice, pharyngitis.

Acne, itching, eczema, hives, abscesses, herpes, neurodermatitis, psoriasis.

Nervous System and Psychiatric Factor
Nervousness, depression, anxiety, fears, obsessions, timidity, stage fright, neurasthenia, wish to die, agitation, outbursts of temper, yawning, excessively talkative, sleeplessness, nocturnal terror, many  neuralgias, neuralgia after shingles, trembling, repetitive strain injury (RSI).

General State
General fatigue, lassitude, excessive sleep, excessive yawning, sensitive to change in temperature, travel sickness, post-operative weakness, weakness after severe disease, chronic fatigue syndrome (ME).

Most of the more common disease of children, excepting the infectious diseases. Children respond quickly. An important aim of acupuncture is to achieve and maintain healthy childhood, since much ill health in later  years can be avoided. Bedwetting, fear of the dark, bad temper or fright, inability to learn properly at school, under development, stunted growth.

General Health
Many patients who have been treated by acupuncture notice an improvement in their general health. This is because acupuncture can correct those minor disturbances in health which may be undetected by other methods of diagnosis and which if untreated could in later years easily become a serious overt and easily recognized disease. The sensitivity of Chinese pulse diagnosis, makes it possible to detect minor disturbances, enabling treatment to be given at an early stage.

Laser Acupuncture
Laser Acupuncture (without needles) is now available in this clinic for patients with needle phobia and for children.

Acupuncture is used for successful treatment for stopping smoking, drugs and alcohol addiction  and obesity.

2 Wimpole Street, (Off Oxford street,
Parallel to Harley street), London W1G 0ED

Calderbank Medical Chambers, 599 Wilmslow Road, Didsbury,
Manchester, M20 3JQ


North Staffordshire Nuffield Hospital
Clayton Road, Newcastle Under Lyme, Staffordshire, ST5 4DB.


Wolverhampton Nuffield Hospital
Wood Road, Tettenhall, Wolverhampton, WV5 8LE

Rykneld Road, Littleover, 
Derby, DE23 4SN