Here at Essex Acupuncture Room, we love to reflect on how things have been. We think of it as a stock take of the past year. Here’s some musings:
Essex Acupuncture Room Community Acupuncture has evolved with a sole practitioner.
We have moved on, from the comfort zone of our foundation college learning’s to also embracing other methods with resounding results.
Treatment of pain issues whether it’s osteoarthritis, shoulder impingement problems, tennis elbow, back pain, bursitis, headaches, carpal tunnel, or neck pain have become a main focus.
Thanks to the implementation of different styles of acupuncture clients are getting the results they want in a relatively short time frame. Neck pain of 3 years standing, resolved within 2 sessions (though the person still completed a course of treatment). Leg pain of unknown origin within 4 sessions the intensity was hugely reduced to a negligible level, that person had been suffering for 15 years with this. Folk came in struggling with walking & stair descending within 6 sessions they reported that their knee’s feel like they have been “oiled”
We have had the privilege to help and work alongside couples on their fertility and pregnancy journeys, with lovely successes.
Our past and current clients have been amazing ambassadors, referring in their friends and family, this is what creates our current workload.
We have a great network of local therapists who refer their clients to us when they believe acupuncture is what is needed. Thank you kind folk.
Instead of putting money into paid advertising, we preferred to put it into the business to reduce our fees. Our vision is occurring, we don’t want this medicine to be an elite one, the greater the volume of folk that experience it the better… we say. Why should working class folk be excluded from this wonderful medicine, on financial grounds (oops that’s a different blog).
Social networking (not a dirty word by the way) has enabled us to connect with and learn from fellow acupuncturists across the globe. You my fellow cyber acupuncture mates have opened up so so much to us, and we thank you for that.