Life Medicine Complementary Health Clinic
With 2.3 million acupuncture treatments carried out each year, traditional acupuncture is one of the most practised, complimentary therapies in the UK.
Watch Olympic gold medallist Rebecca Adlington talk about how acupuncture helped!
So excited to announce that Rebecca Adlington is supporting Acupuncture Awareness Week! Fantastic to hear how it helped her with her career! Check out the video and see for yourself.
MBAc; MSc CHM; BSc (Hons)
Traditional Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine Practitioner
MSc Traditional Chinese Medicine; MBAc; BSc (Hons) Acupuncture; Dip. Clin. Acu (China); Two Post Graduate Dips Chinese Herbal Medicine; IIHHT; Dip TTM (Thailand); Reiki Master; Cert ITS Neuro linguistic programming; NVQ Level 3 aromatherapy, reflexology and remedial massage.
Fully insured Member of The British Acupuncture Council and Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine.
Not sure if acupuncture or herbs can help?
Jo is always happy to talk and share her knowledge, please call for a FREE preliminary phone conversation with Jo on 07914 851995. Its an ideal opportunity to discuss your particular problem and whether you feel she can help you.
Jo George, Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist, is based at our Health Clinic in Stamford, Lincolnshire. She is a fully registered member of the BacC, which is the leading regulatory body of acupuncture in the UK. Jo is a highly-trained medical practitioner with over 14 years of knowledge and experience in Eastern and Western medicines including extensive training in China, Australia and the UK.
Jo specialises in individualised, tailored treatments for a wide range of health conditions, using evidence-based clinical research.
If you are looking for specific information about certain health problems then, please read some of Jo's patient testimonials, which cover a wide range of health issues she has treated successfully including: Headaches / migraines / insomnia / depression / anxiety / male & female infertility / IVF support / musculo skeletal problems such as arthritis, back and knee pain / cardio vascular problems including high blood pressure, cholesterol and also gynaecology complications from birth to menopause.
Jo has also written a number of helpful articles (available on this website) over the years which have received extensive local and national media coverage.
Pregnancy rates double with Chinese medicine
Women receiving Chinese herbal medicine are twice as likely to get pregnant than those receiving Western medical fertility treatment, according to new research.
Researchers at the University of Adelaide reviewed a range of studies which in total had involved 1,851 women aged from 18 to 45 years who had received treatment for infertility...
Read the RCHM's full press release here - View PDF
Chinese herbs can match Tamiflu in flu treatment
Further details are available in the RCHM's press release - View PDF