What does it feel like?

Most people find having acupuncture very relaxing. The sensation of the needle is described as a pull or a tingling. Some people can hardly feel anything others will frequently tell me if I have got the point! What ever happens it should be an enjoyable and rewarding experience.  

How many treatments will I need?

A long standing chronic condition will generally take more sessions than a new acute condition. I will usually start off by seeing you once a week. Some people feel a difference within the first or second treatment. Once the condition is stable I may need to see you periodically for a top up.  People who have a degenerative condition that cannot be reversed may find that they need to come in periodically, but again this is not a hard and fast rule.

An average would be 3 to 6 treatments for improvement. The rest is really dependent on your condition.  If you would like a more accurate answer I offer a free 15 minute assessment so please call me or contact me on the link below.

How much does it cost?

The cost is £45.00 per treatment.

Client Testimonials

I personally will always attribute Julia's treatment to be the predominant factor in my extended period of remission from Crohn's disease. Julia is both a trusted friend and therapist and I would highly recommend her to anyone seeking an alternative therapy.

Haley Creasey

My aches and pains in ankles, knees, hips and lower back disappear and my energy levels are given a very good boost too! It is 45 minutes or so of relaxation in a busy schedule. She keeps up to date with modern acupuncture techniques and has recently returned from a trip to China to experience these new techniques first hand. I cannot recommend Julia highly enough

Christopher Spencer

I consider myself very fortunate to have found Julia's Acupuncture Practice 2 years ago, when I decided to try acupuncture for back problems. After a few treatments the problems were solved. Since I have every confidence in Julia's ability, each treatment is a very relaxing and worthwhile experience.

Jean Osborne

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