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Acupuncture News

The Acupuncture Care news page will keep you up-to-date with planned events, seminars and special offers relating to acupuncture in the St Helens area and beyond. 

St Helens based acupuncturist Deb Connor features in a series of videos from the British Acupuncture Council. Click here to watch.

Recent talks...

Acupuncturist Deb Connor spoke at St Helens Womens Institute.  Feedback from ladies of St Helens WI was very positive indeed.  You can read more about the meeting & the WI in general here: www.wisthelens.co.uk Deb has also recently spoken at Birchwood and Southport WIs, again with great feedback!

News & Media Featuring Acupuncture

Reference to acupuncture can often be found in news and media articles.

In 2009 St Helens based acupuncturist Deborah Connor represented the British Acupuncture Council in a live TV interview about acupuncture.

In 2012 Acupuncturist Deborah Connor featured in the Daily Express newspaper in an article outlining the benefits of acupuncture for fertiliy issues.

Deb conducted a live 'web chat' for Zest magazine's online health forum; Zest.co.uk Answering questions on the wide ranging benefits of acupuncture.

She also featured in the December 2012 issue of Prima magazine offering advice for reducing stress using acupressure techniques.

Deb Connor features on the Acupuncture Awareness Week Website: www.introducingacupuncture.co.uk Deb answers frequently asked questions about acupuncture, with video clips of an acupuncture treatment.

For more news follow Deb on twitter: @deb_connor

Many popular UK magazines often feature articles about which celebrity is currently having acupuncture or provide case study interviews detailing the benefits that may be felt while using acupuncture.

 

 


Ask the Acupuncturist

Do you have an acupuncture related question? 
E-mail or call with your question, which will be answered confidentially.

Q: Does Acupuncture Hurt?

A: No. You may feel a slight pinprick as the needle is inserted, however most people report feeling nothing at all.  While the needle is in place you may feel some warmth around the needle site or a sensation of 'numbness' or 'heaviness' which soon passes.

Acupuncture Care. 16 Hall Street, St Helens. Merseyside. WA10 1DL
01744 758 969 / 07934111330

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