Acupuncture in London for you
Kathy Hilditch - Acupuncturist
BSc Hons, LicAc, MBAcC MRTCM
Kathy studied Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) extensively for four years along with western biosciences, gaining a BSc degree in Acupuncture, she has also completed further training in Tui Na massage(Chinese Medical Massage), which may better suit those who are needle shy.
Kathy is a registered and fully insured Member of the British Acupuncture Council, the main professional body maintaining standards of education, ethics and safe practice in the UK. She also has a full membership to the UK register of Tui Na Massage.
Years ago I sought acupuncture for a health problem, the desire to help myself in a natural way was of great importance to me. I knew very little about acupuncture but after the first couple of treatments I realised I had found a way of being helped which was tailored to my individual needs and requirements, there was no going back.
Kathy's treatment room in Southgate offers a quiet peaceful setting where patients can discuss their health concerns, and be confident in the knowledge their requirements will be dealt with in a caring manner efficiently and with expertise.
There are many more treatable conditions, please feel free to discuss.
- Acute pain
- Allergic rhinitis
- Chronic pain
- Digestive problems
- Hay fever
- Menstrual Problems
- Unexplained infertility
Also practicing in the Wellbeing Centre. The Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London, WC2A 2LL.
- Acupuncture - One of the oldest healing practices in the world, acupuncture is a classical component of traditional Chinese medicine, involving the stimulation of specific points to correct imbalances of energy within the body.
- Auricular acupuncture - Needles and/or seeds are pressed into various points on the ear which stimulate corresponding points on the body.
- Cupping - Cupping is a traditional remedy for drawing out stagnation, thereby alleviating pain. In various forms it can also treat other ailments.
- Gua Sha - This involves repeated scraping across the skin with a smooth edged tool made of bone, to stimulate circulation and blood-flow and draw out stagnation. This can be particularly beneficial in the treatment of headaches. Temporary blemishes may occur, but fade rapidly.
- Moxibustion - This may be used in conjunction with acupuncture or Tui Na to warm specific points, drawing energy to the area.
- Tui Na - Tui Na differs from other forms of massage in that it is used to treat specific illnesses of an internal nature as well as muscular skeletal ailments.
If you would benefit from any of these treatments, call 020 8882 6496 or 07753 709 053 today.
Acupuncture, Chinese Massage, Cupping