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Acupuncture has a history of over 3000 years in traditional Chinese medicine and has become generally accepted in medical circles in the West in the last 50 years.
Western Medical and other Health Care Practitioners have embraced either the traditional oriental and/or the medical approach to acupuncture. Both approaches have been shown to be effective.
Acupuncture has been recognised for many years as a complementary practice in Physiotherapy.
The practice of acupuncture supports physiotherapy helping to relieve pain. It aids return of function by reducing muscle tension and restoring range of movement. Acupuncture is beneficial for both chronic and acute conditions and can help treating: Low Back Pain, Neck and Shoulder Pain, Arthritis, Bursitis, Fibromyalgia, Muscle strains, Trigger points, joint pain and referred pain.