In the media Posts
Are you looking for therapy or counselling in Berkhamsted?
Posted on 27th Oct 2017
If you're looking for counselling or therapy in berkhamsted click here for more details on Sean Heneghan, a Berkhamsted based counsellor, acupuncturist and cognitive hypnotherapist.
News update from Berkhamsted clinic: Acupuncture for headaches
Posted on 15th Mar 2013
On the subject of acupuncture for headaches, Mark Bovey the research manager for The British Acupuncture Council has written an interesting piece for the publication Advances in Neuroscience and Clinical rehabilitation.
British Acupuncture Council recognised by Professional Standards Authority
Posted on 7th Mar 2013
As a mark of recognition of the standard of training and development The British Acupuncture Council requires of it’s members, the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care have accredited members of the council under a new scheme set up by the Department of Health and administered by an independent body accountable to Parliament.
Acupuncture research update: Arthritis UK on acupuncture for gout
Posted on 4th Mar 2013
In recent research into acupuncture for gout, Arthritis UK report that researchers have identified that acupuncture is an effective treatment for the condition.
Acupuncture news in Berkhamsted & Milton Keynes: Anxiety UK’s page on Acupuncture
Posted on 21st Feb 2013
The charity Anxiety UK have not only featured Acupuncture in their recent short publication on managing anxiety but also have a short feature on acupuncture for anxiety in conjunction with the upcoming Acupuncture Awareness Week.
Acupuncture for back pain in Berkhamsted and Milton Keynes
Posted on 15th Feb 2013
Acupuncture for back pain is perhaps one of the conditions for which acupuncture gets the most exposure; this is in part due to the increased attention that acupuncture received after being endorsed by NICE (The National Institute of Health and Clinical Excellence) in 2009.
Research news from Acupuncture Milton Keynes: Acupuncture & sleep
Posted on 6th Feb 2013
In some interesting research news on the subject of acupuncture and sleep, researchers from Tianjin University in China have been assessing the effect of acupuncture stimulation on brain wave patterns using EEG (electroencephalograph) signals
Cognitive Hypnotherapy Berkhamsted, Hemel Hempstead, Tring: Recent media articles
Posted on 19th Jan 2013
A couple of blog posts ago I linked to Trevor Silvester’s short video explaining what Cognitive Hypnotherapy is all about. Here you can read a little more of Cognitive Hypnotherapy’s coverage in the media in this article which featured in The Guardian’s health and well-being section of Life & Style.
What is acupuncture like? Patient experiences & acupuncture awareness week
Posted on 16th Jan 2013
All sorts of people have acupuncture for a great many problems, and yet there are many misgivings about what acupuncture involves. In a recent survey The British Acupuncture Council discovered that 21 per cent of the British public thinks an acupuncturist’s needle is as large as the needle used for an injection – something which is fortunately not the case.
Research update from Acupuncture berkhamsted: Arthritis Research UK on acupuncture
Posted on 9th Jan 2013
In today’s BBC Health news section, the health editor comments on recent research looking at complementary approaches for musculoskeletal conditions like arthritis. According to the researchers, many complementary approaches showed little evidence in support of their use for this condition except acupuncture, and in addition, massage, tai chi and yoga.