Welcome To The Oriental Medicine Practice
Are you looking for acupuncture or natural health treatment in Bristol? Are you looking for someone to help you improve your health, vitality and general sense of well-being?
Perhaps you’ve been putting up with a health condition for some time, and maybe you have tried medication, or other therapies, doing everything you can think of that will improve your health, and you’re still having a hard time trying to figure out why it isn’t working.
Here, at The Oriental Medicine Practice, in Bristol, we have observed over the last 25 years, that if you give yourself the right conditions: healthy and nutritious diet, appropriate exercise, relaxation, and non-invasive treatments such as acupuncture, shiatsu, Bowen or nutritional therapies, you will give your body the opportunity for it’s own natural healing powers to start working to take you to a state of health and recovery.
With over 50 years of combined experience between us, we are still astounded at the ability of the human body to recover, often after years of abuse. Naturally we are not implying that it is possible to recover from every condition using natural therapies, sometimes a more intensive approach is required and it is necessary to use pharmaceutical medication and / or surgery. But for those conditions that do not require this level of intervention, natural therapies, that do not produce negative side effects, can often produce results that can seem miraculous.
The aim of the treatment you receive from our practice is not only to help alleviate your suffering and symptoms, but to deal with the root cause of the problem so that you will not have to experience them again.
To Book An Acupuncture Appointment in Bristol Call 0117 907 8890
Shiatsu, a style of traditional Japanese massage, has a history of thousands of years. It is deeply relaxing, and can be especially helpful for any stress related conditions, as well as musculo-skeletal pain or discomfort.
Bowen Therapy is a soft tissue remedial therapy, where the practitioner uses fingers or thumbs to move over muscle, ligament tendon and fascia in various parts of the body.
The food we eat can have a massive influence on our health, for good or bad. Not only can the obvious poor quality foods have a negative effect on our health, not so obvious food intolerances can also play a major role
The Dalai Lama, when asked what surprised him most about humanity, answered:
Traditional Treatment For The Modern World
The history of acupuncture is over 7,000 years old, and is still effective for modern ills.
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