Acupuncture

Auricular Acupuncture

NADA-UK is a charity founded to support development and training in a five point auricular acupuncture treatment known as the NADA protocol. The protocol was initially developed to aid relaxation and wellbeing for people suffering with substance misuse problems, and/or in recovery. However, in more recent years other areas of treatment that incorporate the NADA protocol as an effective interventions are:

  • stress, anxiety management & panic disorder
  • trauma recovery in communities following major catastrophes
  • reduction of withdrawal symptoms
  • Marked relaxation, a feeling of well being
  • Improved sleep patterns
  • Improvement of health problems which often accompany long-term alcohol and drug misuse
  • Ameliorating side effects from drug treatment in cancer
  • Relaxation in young people with behavioural disorders.
Medical Acupuncture (dry needling)

An adaptation of the Chinese method just using modern knowledge of anatomy and physiology. It involves inserting fine needles for therapeutic effect for musculoskeletal and myofascial trigger point pain.  It is brilliant for pain relief.