Floraine Eastelow

Acupuncture Coventry & Warwickshire

Tel: 079 1768 3400



Floraine Eastelow Lic Ac.BA(Hons) MBAcC

 

Acupuncture Clinic in Earlsdon serving

Coventry, Kenilworth, Warwickshire.

 

The Earlsdon Acupuncture Rooms    

71 Mayfield Road, Coventry. CV5 6PL.


If you would like acupuncture treatment please contact me

on my mobile: 079 1768 3400 or by filling out the on line form 


 

Thank you for visiting my website - I hope that you find the information you need. Please feel free to contact me for advice.

 

Traditional Acupuncture is an extremely effective system of medicine which seeks to address the root cause of your condition, rather than brush your symptoms under the carpet for them to reappear later.

 

Below are just some of the conditions that I regularly treat with acupuncture at my Coventry clinic. If you have a specific condition and would like to know if acupuncture can help, feel free to give me a call or fill out the enquiry form.

 

  • Allergies and skin conditions eg. eczema, psoriasis

  • Breathing and lung problems eg. asthma

  • Digestive and bowel complaints

  • Ear, eye nose and throat disorders

  • Stress Anxiety and Depression

  • Headache and Migraine

  • Period Pains, PCOS, Endometriosis, Menopause

  • Urinary and Reproductive Problems

  • Problems related to pregnancy and giving birth

  • IVF and fertility support

  • Back pain and chronic pain conditions

  • Stop smoking

  • Chronic Fatigue

About acupuncture

More and more people are turning to acupuncture in the UK as an alternative health medicine or to complement Western medical treatment. We in the West are now beginning to encounter the benefits of acupuncture seen in China, Japan and other Eastern countries for many hundreds of years. Acupuncture has now gained rightful credibility in the UK and is often covered by medical insurance for private healthcare. Acupuncture is regarded as a medical appointment for which you should be able to get time off work. Unfortunately, it is not yet widely available on the NHS, but with the forthcoming state regulation of acupuncture, this may change in the years ahead.

 

Traditional Chinese acupuncture is an ancient and complete healing system which has been around for over 2000 years. Acupuncture can be effective for a wide variety of health problems, not only physical but also stress related or when mental and emotional problems are creating conflict in peoples lives. A wide range of people can benefit from acupuncture treatment, from children to the elderly. In Chinese acupuncture and medicine, any illness or symptom is associated with an imbalance of the person's motivational energy called Qi (pronounced Chee). Acupuncture aims to restore this balance and bring back harmony. I use the most ancient Five Element acupuncture system to concentrate on the underlying constitutional root of the imbalance, thereby facilitating the body's own path of healing.

 

In acupuncture, our health is dependent on the body's Qi moving in a smooth and balanced way through a series of acupuncture meridians beneath the skin. Qi consists of equal and opposite qualities - Yin and Yang - and when these become imbalanced, illness may result. The flow of qi can be disturbed by a number of factors. These include emotional states such as anxiety, stress, anger, fear or grief, poor nutrition, weather conditions, hereditary factors, infections, poisons and trauma. By inserting fine acupuncture needles into the channels of energy, an acupuncturist can stimulate the body's own healing response and help restore its natural balance. The principal aim of acupuncture in treating the whole person is to recover the equilibrium between the physical, mental and emotional aspects of the individual.

 

In the West, acupuncture has been misleadingly publicized as only being helpful to specific conditions, for example pain control, addiction or weight loss. Acupuncture is beneficial for a wide variety of conditions and its success is also proved by its popularity: Over two million acupuncture treatments are given in the UK each year, and that number is growing.