Lisa Collins Acupuncture in Shrewsbury

07957 897146

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Supporting

• Addictions
• Allergies
• Back Ache
• General feeling of ill health
Anxiety/stress
• Circulation
• Depression
• Digestive disorders:
• Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Facial Revitalisation
Fertility
• supporting IVF
• Grief
• Hayfever
• Headaches and Migraine
• Jaw Pain
• Low energy/tiredness/fatigue
Lower back pain
• Neck ache and back ache
• Osteoarthritis knee pain
• Overactive bladder
• Pain
Pregnancy and childbirth
• Sleep related problems
• Sports injuries
• Well being
• Women’s health issues

Lisa Collins Acupuncture

Shrewsbury ~ Telford ~ Shropshire

Lisa CollinsThank you for visiting my website.

I base my acupuncture practice in Shrewsbury, the county town of Shropshire, also within easy reach of Telford, Welshpool, Wem, Ellesmere, Church Stretton and the West Midlands.

I am a member of the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC). All treatments conform to the BACC Code of Ethics and Safe Practice. Strict confidentiality and hygiene rules apply.

I practice Classical Five Element Acupuncture which is based upon the theory that when the body is in balance everything works properly. We use indicators of how your body is feeling, your mood and sleep patterns to help you recover from problems and stay healthy. We use colour of the face, smell and emotion to help diagnose and prepare a treatment plan.

Acupuncture is a complementary therapy that can be used alongside conventional western medicine in the treatment of both acute and chronic disease. I consider myself to be a general practitioner in acupuncture. I have a special interest in fertility issues.

Acupuncture is very helpful in supporting a person through the stress and strain of our modern day lifestyle, helping to treat headaches, migraine, osteoarthritis knee pain, chronic low back pain and neck pain.

Acupuncture can help a wide range of conditions including:

• Back ache
• Headaches
• Jaw pain
• Lower back pain
• Migraine
• Neck ache
• Osteoarthritis knee pain
• Overactive bladder syndrome
• Well being

This list is not exclusive so feel free to contact me if you would like to know more.

07957 897146

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