Individuals may seek acupuncture for a broad range of conditions such as aches and pains, physical problems, mental or emotional conditions, fertility, chronic and acute illness or as a preventative treatment for health and wellbeing.
The use of Acupuncture for certain conditions has been validated by the world Health Organisation, The National Health Service (NHS) and other medical organisations. Research carried out on 495 patients at the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine found that the majority (82.2%) of responding patients reported a large or moderate change in their main complaint and 88% a large or moderate change in their general health. *
Lisa Gordon offers a range of Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) treatments including Acupuncture, acupressure massage, auricular acupuncture, cupping, Korean Hand therapy, moxibustion and gua sha.
Lisa works In Nottingham, West Bridgford with easy access from Radcliffe on Trent, Bingham, Saxondale, Newark and surrounding villages.
*Jackie Shaw, Penelope Bidgood and Nasrollah Saebi (2006) ‘Exploring acupuncture outcomes in a college clinic’ European Journal of Oriental Medicine (EJOM) Volume 5(4), pp55-63