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HATFIELD ACUPUNCTURE

Acupuncture in Hatfield …Why Visit Us?

Helen Acupuncturist at the Hatfield Acupuncture Practice

Helen Hatfield Acupuncture

 

The Hatfield Acupuncture Practice is  run by husband and wife team Ian (Osteopath) and Helen Taylor-Weekes (Chinese Acupuncturist). Ian and Helen have been involved in health care for over 25 years. “We run the Hatfield Acupuncture Practice in a friendly thoughtful yet professional way. Our ideal is to provide top quality affordable treatments. Helping you feel better is what our patients tell us we do best.” 

We specialise in using particularly gentle acupuncture techniques for muscle, joint and nerve pain. Acupuncture will often work after all else has failed. Chinese Acupuncture primarily stimulates the release of endorphins  and serotonin which are amazing naturally produced chemicals, three times more powerful than morphine given in hospitals.

Traditional  Chinese Acupuncture  is a highly skilled profession and takes at least four to six years to train.  Acupuncture is a completely natural approach to health and  provides effective relief for a huge range of conditions. Our Welwyn and Hatfield Acupuncture Clinic is run by Helen Taylor – Weekes . Helen  worked in analytical chemistry before. When it comes to individual patients needs no one else comes close to her level of attention and care. Acupuncture works so well with our bodies and encourages balance, health and wellness.

 

We can often see you in Hatfield the same week – NHS waiting times for Acupuncture  can be painfully long and performed by Physio’s.
Convenient Acupuncture Appointments – Day, Late  Evening & Weekends. Our Acupuncturists  work late appointments so you can fit in after work.
25 Years of Acupuncture Clinical Expertise in Hatfield – Includes joints, disc, nerve and musculo-skeletal pain. It is brilliant for Hay FeverInfertility, Fatigue, Post Illness, Stress, Shingles & Post Viral.
Early Acupuncture  Diagnosis and Treatment – Our ability to cross refer between Physio, Osteopath or  Acupuncture means a more rapid recovery.
100% Individual Attention –  We treat the person not the disease – Our team always provide professional treatment and guaranteed privacy
All  Hatfield Acupuncture Treatments  Are Bespoke – Optimum treatment times ensures you will get better fast.
We Are NOT Physiotherapists That Have Done Short post- graduate Courses – Both Helen and Margella have both achieved Bsc. Hons in acupuncture and spent many hours in post graduate study. Time served experience  is our strength and lies at the heart of great treatment. Treatment is tailored to your personal needs.
Male & Female Fertility Hatfield / Hatfield Infertility Issues – We specialise in using progressive  treatment approaches. We are thoughtful and holistic in our approach.

The potential benefits of  Hatfield Acupuncture are widely recognized, and it is being increasingly integrated with mainstream health care. The risk of side effects is low and the potential benefits are high. Knowing what to expect from acupuncture will help our patients get the most benefit from treatments. The purpose of The Welwyn & Hatfield Practice  is to help patients approach Acupuncture treatment from an informed perspective.

Receptionists Shirley, Ann and Libby will make you feel at home and make a lovely cup of tea. Why not sit back and relax. Call our friendly reception for advice.  01707 888229– 

Easy, Free Parking  Just outside. Click this highlighted link for easy directions.

 

Comments (2 Responses)

  1. Hi Martin Acupuncture is brilliant for very acute shoulders. Our Acupuncturist is Helen Taylor Weekes she has been practicing for 25 years 'http://www.thehatfieldpractice.com/about-us/team/helen-tayl"
    love the videos ive seen her use the foot and side of the knee points and yes they work that fast
    Thanks
    Ian

    Posted by Normskiii in 19 January 2014
  2. I saw Dora the other day about my shoulder.

    I wondered if the treatments linked below are available.

    Martin

    'http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WzVCJ8X6LMg"

    'http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5VAfLEJQjI"

    Posted by Martin Bushell in 9 January 2014

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