Welcome to SB Acupuncture Clinic based in York.
Acupuncture is a very safe and effective treatment for a variety of conditions. Below are some of the conditions that Acupuncture can respond to:
- Allergic Rhinitis
- Back pain
- Bells palsy
- Cancer care,
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Chronic Pain
- Colds and Flu
- Eczema and Psoriasis
- Facial pain
- Fertility female and male and IVF
- Frozen shoulder
- Digestive issues
- Irritable bowel syndrome
- Kidney stones
- Menopausal symptoms
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Nausea and vomiting
- Neck pain
- Neuropathic pain
- Pallative Care
- Parkinson Disease
- Post-operative pain
- Post traumatic stress disorder
- Premenstrual syndrome
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Sports injuries
- Substance Misue
- Tennis elbow
- Thyroid Disease
- Urinary Incontinence
Did you know that you do not even have to have specific condition to have Acupuncture and to reap the benefits. Acupuncture can be fantastic at maintaining your health and so may help reduce getting ill later on alongside a healthy lifestyle.
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2 weeks ago
I will keep you updated on further updates. Needless to say I am incredibly excited about this, it has been a long time coming. #livingthedream#acupuncturerocks#acupuncturebusiness#acupuncturist#angellookingdownonme ... See MoreSee Less
This so very true, making tine for you is an investment in you!Lead paint, glass, viagra...just some of the things your "natural" supplements might contain: youtube.com/watch?v=FhCNqDF4Q8I 👀😲 ... See MoreSee Less
So I am now officially a Mental Health First Aider. I did this course to really be in a position to offer help to anyone suffering a mental health issue that comes to my clinic and friends and most of all for myself. This should be seen in the workplace and educational establishments as important as physical first aid. 1 in 4 of us will over the course of a year suffer from a mental health issue. (MHFA England, 2016).
I only now feel able to talk openly about my own struggles with my own mental health over the course of my life. I ended up reaching a very dark place towards the end of 2018 in the middle of my degree. What I want you all to know is that up until I did this course I just did not know there was so much help out there. My biggest fear was going to the GP but you can actually self refer to the IAPT www.iapt.nhs.uk if you feel you cannot see your GP and lastly please please talk to someone if you feel in distress and please give yourself some self care and love.
Let’s all work together to make positive changes around this so that mental health can be accepted a a normal part of life not hidden away. ... See MoreSee Less
Well done!! Another great achievement xxx
I have received further guidelines from my professional body, The British Acupuncture Council who have stated that as of the 4th July 2020 for Acupuncture I can return to careful practice. This is great news, however I have now been left in a rather frustrating situation of having no clinic to practice from!
I no longer have my room at Heworth and my other clinic on 61 Micklegate, York is still closed and have no date yet as to when that will reopen.
I am sorry I still have no date but hopefully it won t be too long before I can get back to doing what I love and thank you all for your patience. ... See MoreSee Less
Love this Video by AcuPro Academy on some of the causes of why we get ill. ... See MoreSee Less
UPDATE..... Following government guidelines and my professional body The British Acupuncture council I am still unable to give you all a confirmed date of when I can reopen my clinic. However I am making preparations for my return in order to ensure my business is Covid-19 secure. I will provide further updates once I know when I can reopen. In the meantime stay safe and stay well. ... See MoreSee Less
Yay!! Hope it’s soon xx
Fingers crossed it’s not too long
Thank you AcuPro Academy for sharing this. After trying this myself it made a huge difference to my hormonal health. It did seem an effort at the beginning and you have to really stick at it but after about 3 months I started to reap the benefits of seed cycling. I would highly recommend trying it. A few months ago I wrote a blog on my website about this very topic! Go to www.sbacupuncture.co.uk to check it out.Do you recommend Seed Cycling to your female patients?
🌰 In my practice, I treat a lot of women with hormonal imbalances, and many come in especially for fertility support. With each patient, I form a TCM diagnosis and an individualized treatment plan, which always includes nutrition.
🌰 Enter: Seeds and Seed Cycling!
Are you familiar with this western nutritional support to help balance women’s hormones?
🌰 Usually, 4 kind of seeds are added to the diet daily, and rotated based on the follicular and luteal phases.
- From Day 1 to Day 14 (or until ovulation): it is recommended to take 1 tablespoon each of flax seeds and pumpkin seeds daily.
- And from Day 15 (or after ovulation) to Day 28, or until menstruation starts: it’s recommended to take 1 tablespoon each sunflower and sesame seeds daily.
🌰 Lots of studies show pumpkin seeds are high in zinc which supports progesterone release and flax seeds contain lignans which block excess estrogen. Sesame seeds, also contain lignans, while sunflower seeds provide the body with selenium, assisting the liver in detoxification.
How does TCM fit into this equation?
🌰 In Chinese medicine, seeds are said to help tonify TCM Kidneys and nourish Essence, which in turn can help the reproductive system. Seeds are great for fertility. Because we need a seed to create a seed (a fetus)!
🌰 I really love that both western and eastern nutrition recommend seeds for fertility!
Below, I created a quick chart with the properties and functions of seeds and nuts according to TCM. My favourites are sunflowers seeds, almonds and pistachios. May be because all 3 lubricate the Large Intestine 😀
And if you haven’t checked out my “Complete Fertility & TCM treatments” course yet!
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There are so many benefits to walking, it is not only totally free but also has many physical and mental health positives too. Whilst currently we may not be able to go as far on our walks as we would like it is still possible to get some walking in local to where you live. I am lucky in that I have some incredibly beautiful walks on my doorstep but for those of you who live in urban areas just getting out can boost your mental mood as it stops you feeling quite so isolated.
Just 10 minutes of brisk walking, more if you can, will help strengthen your heart, lower blood sugar levels, help boost your immune system and actually increase your energy levels. When you feel low in mood it can make you feel you have no energy and can sometimes feel a huge effort to get out but once you do you will feel better both physically and mentally.
I love this little quote from Hippocrates 5th/4th Centuries BCE “walking is man’s best medicine”.
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I get to look at this wonderful cherry blossom tree at the bottom of my garden each year as it comes into blossom. Each year the blossom blooms it is always amazing and totally stunning but none so much as this year. Despite all that is happening in the world right now, nature goes on bringing beauty into every day. #feelinggrateful🙏 #acupuncturist#spring#acupunctureworks#onedayatatime #lookingforward#traditionalchinesemedicine#acupunturerules#liveyourbestlife#acupuncturelife#cherryblossoms#lifewillgetbetter#sbacuounctureclinic ... See MoreSee Less
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When we feel under stress we can almost forget to breathe. Really feel the air you breathe in through your nose and into your lungs then feel the air leave through your mouth. Try the 4x4 breathing breath in for a count of 4 then exhale for a count of 4. See how much better you feel after this simple exercise. ... See MoreSee Less