About Acupuncture Wokingham
Acupuncture Wokingham is located in the very heart of the town centre. Here, patients are offered acupuncture to treat a variety of health related problems and conditions. The clinic is led by Dr (TCM) D'Alberto, who has over 14 years' experience within the field of Chinese medicine, acupuncture, and in accessing the very latest research. Dr (TCM) Attilio D'Alberto has practised acupuncture in Wokingham for the past 14 years.
What to expect on your first visit at Acupuncture Wokingham
On your first visit to Acupuncture Wokingham, you will meet Dr (TCM) D'Alberto who will ask you about any health concerns that you may have, and your general medical history. This assessment is non-invasive and will involve taking your pulse rate. This is in order to gain a general picture of what you hope to achieve by undergoing acupuncture. He will then put together a detailed diagnosis and organise a series of acupuncture treatments that are personalised for you and your specific needs.
Before your acupuncture session
There are a few things you should do before attending your acupuncture in Wokingham session.
You should try and avoid drinking caffeine and alcohol, as they are both responsible for quickening your heart rate. It's best to stick to water or decaffeinated drinks.
Don't eat a heavy meal. This is because you may have to lie on your back, or stomach, which may make you feel uncomfortable with a full stomach.
Be sure to wear loose and comfortable clothing. You need to feel relaxed and be able to move freely. It's also important that your acupuncturist can easily access all your pressure points.
Acupuncture can treat many problems
Acupuncture is used to treat many health related problems and conditions. Dr (TCM) D'Alberto specialises in acupuncture to help with fertility issues. Acupuncture can also help if you suffer from back pain, vertigo, morning sickness, arthritis, depression, anxiety, thyroid disease and severe migraines.
How does acupuncture work?
Acupuncture works with the flow of energy within the body - the ebb and flow known as chi. It is when this flow is disrupted that problems can occur, leading to disease or discomfort. Acupuncture helps to restore this flow and balance, with the use of small needles placed on the body's pressure points.
Does acupuncture hurt?
When you attend an acupuncture session in our Wokingham clinic, we can assure you that you will feel no pain. Acupuncture is a painless procedure that does not draw any blood. All needles are single use and have been fully sterilised before use.
Acupuncture practised in Wokingham
When choosing an acupuncture clinic in the Wokingham area, it is vital that you opt for an acupuncturist who is fully trained with many years of experience. It is a frightening fact that many acupuncture clinics open after only attending a weekend course.
Dr (TCM) D'Alberto completed a full-time five-year course on acupuncture, has practised acupuncture for over 14 years, and has treated thousands of patient. So, you're in very good hands.