Specialties //

Acupuncture //

Ben has practiced Acupuncture in Manchester since graduating with a degree (BSc) from Salford University in 2002.

Since 2004 Ben has run an Acupuncture clinic in Manchester from the Clarendon Clinic in Swinton while undertaking further training in China, obtaining a Masters degree (MSc) in Chinese Herbal Medicine and helping university students prepare for life as an Acupuncture practitioner.

Acupuncture

Acupuncture is the insertion of fine needles just under the skin and is one of the fundamental techniques used by a practitioner of Chinese Medicine.

Despite being used for thousands of years it is only become increasingly popular in the UK in recent years to treat a range of problems, often due to a singular cause.

Acupuncture has a very positive model of good health and function, viewing pain and illness as signs that the body is out of balance. Acupuncture helps the body restore its’ own equilibrium.

Over the years, Ben has found himself specialising in Fertility issues and has helped many couples to become parents.

Fertility is just one of many issues that can be helped by Acupuncture. It is now widely accepted as an effective solution for a range of illnesses and symptoms.

Although clinically used successfully for thousands of years for a vast range of health issues, modern society has demanded substantial research to support these effects which has naturally shown positive results.

Read the British Acupuncture Council Reasearch Fact Sheets into acupuncture, including low back pain, nausea and osteoarthritis knee pain.

Elements of Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine

Chinese Medicine as a whole has several elements or tools in which the qualified physician can use to treat each individual patient.

 

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Practitioner

Ben Haugh  BSc TCM MSc CHM MBAcC MRCHM


Tel: 07734355440
Email: bmhaugh@hotmail.com
Acupuncture in Manchester – Swinton

It is advisable when seeking Acupuncture in Manchester that the practitioner is fully qualified and affiliated with the appropriate regulatory bodies such as The British Acupuncture Council (BAcC) and The Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine (RCHM).