Lynne Pretty Acupuncture
0117 330 6820
flowerswirl
flowerswirl baclogo flowerswirl
flowerswirl
flowerswirl WHOLogo flowerswirl
flowerswirl

 

Home

What to expect

Therapies

Zita West

Comments

Contact Us

.....................

Research Fact Sheets

Recent News

shadowheader
item5

Web design by Fat Cinnamon

Keith James Physiotherapy Clinic | 129 Coldharbour Road | Westbury Park | Bristol | BS6 7SN T: 0117 330 6820

item4

About me

Lynne qualified from the college of Integrated Chinese medicine in 2000. She is a member of the British Acupuncture Council the registered body for professional acupuncturists. Lynne was inspired to practice acupuncture by her father, also an acupuncturist for 45 years. She has worked alongside him and gained valuable working experience. She will endeavour to maintain the same high standards and ensure that his work and method of traditional acupuncture continues.

Following her fathers retirement, Lynne moved to  the Keith James Physiotherapy clinic in 2010. She follows a compulsory continuing professional development programme to update her practice skills. These include First Aid in the workplace, Chinese nutrition {discovering the energetic qualities of food with Daverick Leggett} and further education into fertility and IVF support with ZITA WEST www.zitawest.com of which she is a founding member.

In 12 years of practice Lynne has attended different courses on a wide range of health issues. They include mental and physical complaints many of which stem from our constitutional body type. My style of practice is a combination of traditional chinese medicine and five element acupuncture. Treatment is aimed at the root cause of the condition, this approach helps with resolving the main health complaint and other other niggling problems as well as enhancing your wellbeing.

Developed and refined for over 2,00 years

What can acupuncture help to treat

The Point of acupuncture

DSC00512a1a1

Screenshot20120119at103902a1a1

DSC0017R1a1a1

Acupuncture originated in China and other far eastern countries over 2,000 years ago, where it still features in mainstream healthcare, both as a stand-alone therapy and in combination with conventional western medicine.

Acupuncture is now widely used and accepted all over the world. In the UK more and more people are finding out what acupuncture can do for them.

Acupuncture is beneficial for a range of illnesses and symptoms, and is highly effective for the relief of pain. Some commonly treated categories are:

Eyes, ears, nose and throat, circulatory, gastrointestinal, gynaecological. Genito-urinary, immune, musculo-skeletal, neurological, respiratory, emotional and psychological addiction.

read more>>>

Acupuncture works to help maintain your body's equilibrium. It involves the insertion of very fine needles into specific points on the body to regulate the flow of 'qi', your body's vital energy.

read more>>>

Some other sites you may find interesting:

www.keithjamesphysiotherapy.co.uk

www.acupuncture.org.uk

www.cicm.org.uk

www.who.int