Restoring health and well-being through traditional acupuncture
Traditional Acupuncture is used to treat a wide variety of conditions and is safe to use alongside conventional medicine
Acupuncture is a Natural Medicine which stimulates self-healing.
It works on our Physical, Mental, Emotional and Spiritual levels.
It is a safe and drug-free treatment.
Traditional Acupuncture is an ancient, tried and tested technique and due to it's versatility is perfectly equipped to deal with the modern world.
Currently offering home visits only
Treatment will take place in the comfort of your own home; you don't have to travel anywhere!
For a free consultation, more information or to book an appointment contact
00351 920 274 738
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Facial Enhancement Acupuncture
Acupuncture is one of the longest established forms of healthcare in the world, originating in China over 3000 years ago. It uses an ancient system of diagnosis and treatment alongside one's own energy, or 'QI', encouraging the body to make adjustments to return it back to balance. The focus of treatment is on you as an individual to strengthen your body's ability to heal itself.
How Acupuncture can help
Acupuncture can help to treat specific symptoms or give relief for specific pain syndromes, like osteoarthritis of the knee, TMJ, headaches, lower back pain, or for more common health problems like an overactive bladder. A lot of people use acupuncture because they feel generally unwell without a clear diagnosis. And many choose to receive regular acupuncture as it is so beneficial and relaxing.
A list of conditions commonly treated with acupuncture is available here
British Acupuncture Council fact sheets
For a look at the current knowledge on acupuncture in the language of science and a comprehensive list of conditions considered to benefit from acupuncture treatment
The Acupuncture Now Foundation is a not for profit, stand alone organisation based in the US. It's focus is to improve the level of information available to the public, healthcare providers and health decision-makers about the practice of Acupuncture.
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Xander Kuperij BSc(Hons) CST FEA
Xander is a Dutchman who grew up in Scotland. He ran a business in Aberdeenshire for many years specialising in the ancient art of Drystone walling. While teaching Qigong and Tai Chi he became deeply interested in Chinese Medicine in particular, Acupuncture. He graduated from The Northern College of Acupuncture (NCA), York in 2013 with a BSc Honours Degree in Traditional Chinese Acupuncture. In affiliation with The University of Westminster.
The course included in-depth study of Western Medicine, anatomy, physiology, Chinese Medicine and acupuncture. It involved over 400 hours clinical training and over 3600 hours of study.
Former full member of the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC) for 7 years.
I am currently offering home visits in the Algarve.
Continuous Professional Development (CPD)
Muskulo-skeletal Acupuncture and Myofascial release techniques.
'Dao Qi'. Deep needling techniques. Dr T.J. Wang
Medicinal Mushrooms. Martin Powell
Cranio Sacral Therapy 1 Upledger Institute, UK
Cranio Sacral Therapy 2 Upledger Institute, UK
Facial Enhancement Acupuncture
Facial Enhance Acupuncture
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