Acupuncture treatment reflects the fact that each person is unique. Your treatment is tailored to address your individual problems. Whatever your symptoms, they exist in the context of your body, your life.

This means that you are at the centre of the healing process.

  • I treat you as a whole person, not just your symptoms.
  • I use my experience and knowledge to enable you to be healthy again.
  • Healing is a joint enterprise.  We each play our part to achieve the best possible outcome.
  • I use acupuncture, diet, exercise, and food supplements, to try to remedy the 'dis-ease' process by addressing both your symptoms and the underlying ‘energetic’ disturbance producing those symptoms.

Geoff Wadlow has been practising acupuncture for over 35 years after training both in the UK and China.

Geoff Wadlow has been practising traditional Chinese acupuncture for over 35 years.

    “I use classical Chinese acupuncture to treat a wide range of health problems. I specialise in treating:

    • fertility problems
    • low back pain
    • headache and migraine
    • menopausal problems
    • digestive problems (such as IBS)
    • problems associated with later years

    As well as acupuncture, I use Chinese dietary therapy and therapeutic exercise (qigong) in your treatment programme.”

    How We Can Help You

    Treating the Whole Person

    In Chinese medicine disease is caused by imbalances, obstructions and weaknesses in the circulation of Qi (‘energy’, vital force) in your body. Acupuncture aims to correct these problems and so restore health and vitality.

    Acupuncture for Balance & Wellness

    Acupuncture has a calming, relaxing effect, improving your sense of well-being and helping in treating your symptoms. Patients who experience stress and anxiety report a general improvement in their overall feeling of wellbeing after treatment. 

    Acupuncture for Symptom Relief

    Acupuncture can also be used to treat symptoms resulting from:

    • a medical condition which is not curable and where pain is not controlled;
    • a sports injury or an accident;
    • a medical procedure;
    • a disease which is itself not treatable with acupuncture, but where acupuncture can help to control some of the symptoms;
    • medical treatment, where acupuncture can play a role in reducing some of the side effects of treatment.

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