You Can Find Fairweather Acupuncture in West Kirby, Wirral
Do you suffer from a condition such as stress, anxiety, depression, or a physical condition such as pain, headache, digestive disorder, neurological issue, sleep disorder, low energy or anything else? We treat too many conditions to list here. Get in touch and find out if we can help you.
Acupuncture for Pain
By employing techniques including massage & taping in conjunction with acupuncture we have been successfully treating your issues such as back, neck, shoulders pain, tennis/golfers elbow, joint & muscle pain, plantar fasciitis and so much more.
Fertility & IVF Acupuncture
Our Senior Acupuncturist Jackie is a highly experienced practitioner and an affiliate member of the Zita West Network for Reproductive Health. She can provide the treatment, knowledge and support you may need for your journey.
Are you suffering from pregnancy related issues such as morning sickness, nausea, headaches, insomnia, anxiety, turning breech babies or do you wish to have assistance with induction? We have experience in treating all of these and more and can provide care and support before, during and after birth.
Why is acupuncture for you?
Almost anybody can have acupuncture treatment . Some people come for general wellbeing and maintenance, others for painful musculoskeletal, psychological, emotional or even embarrassing conditions. We treat day to day things such as stress or digestive disorders. We also treat fertility and IVF patients, and issues with pregnancy and labour. Why not contact us to see if we can help you.
“My special interest and background is in treating musculoskeletal and pain issues.
I have found that the combination of acupuncture and massage together has led to some remarkable results”
“I began my career in therapeutic massage therapy.
My horizons have since widened and I now also perform temporomandibular joint (TMJ) massage, manual lymphatic drainage (MLD) and pregnancy massage”
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“Thank you for sticking needles in me and making me feel better.”