Digestive problems are individual
Suzette describes how Digestive disorders are treated in her clinic.
Normally I see clients when their discomfort has reached such a pitch that it is interfering with their everyday life and their usual medications are not helping.
I work with what the client presents me with, when they walk through the door. Digestive problems as with any disease can occur for many different reasons and it's my job to be like a detective and use my skill and experience to work out what’s wrong and bring balance to the body and reduce symptoms.
The digestion can be influenced by a physical condition, as I saw with a heavily pregnant young lady with constipation; an emotional condition, as I saw with an anorexic sufferer, and the side effect of life enhancing medications causing acid reflux. Each one is unique.
In all these cases when you strengthen the client with acupuncture, moxa or other therapeutics the body finds a better balance to sustain itself and symptoms disappear .
Every digestive problem is different according to the individual.
In treating a client I ask for their symptoms which shows the physical and psychological changes a client feels, this is how the disease acts on them. Then I must understand the individuals strengths and weaknesses ( Pre natal constitution, we all have a unique energetic blue print LINK) and this is how I understand why the disease is having the impact that it does have on their body. Then using acupuncture, of which there are many different styles (LINK 5 element, etc ) I use the most appropriate one to balance.
2 people catch a cold A & B
A has a runny nose and heavy head, but gets over the cold in 3 days
B has a runny nose and a heavy head, after 3 days has a chesty cough and takes 2 weeks to fully recover.
Its the same cold virus, but A&B have different bodies and need different treatment
We all have different strengths and weaknesses and that is why each treatment is different for each individual for a speedy recovery.
Acupuncturist - Suzette King
Suzette is a licensed Acupuncturist and a member of the British Acupuncture Council and has been in practice since 2002
It was some time after setting up Face Facts in 1985 that Suzette embarked on her Acupuncture degree, studying acupuncture at the International College of Oriental Medicine in East Grinstead and completed a four year full time degree course in 2002. In 2005 she gained her BSc from Brighton University in Acupuncture Studies.
Suzette is a member of the British Acupuncture Council.
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