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Acupuncture helped Sciatica sufferer by Sue Kalicinska

Posted Feb 26 2009 1:04am

Val from Camberley suffered on holiday in Greece with a severe attack of  Sciatica, below is her experience with acupuncture at the Camberley Natural Therapy Centre.

“I was sailing in Greece when I was immobilised by a  severe attack of Sciatica.   Despite the efforts of the excellent Greek health service I had to return home and I contacted Sue Kalicinska at the Camberley Natural Therapy Centre and arranged some acupuncture sessions.   Within a few weeks the pain in my back had gone and she was able to work on getting my leg stronger.   After 6 weeks I felt able to go back to Greece for some more gentle sailing.   My major achievement was to climb the stairs to Ag Ionassis, the church featured in the film ‘Mama Mia” and sign the visitors book.

Val’s experience with acupuncture is common.  It can be used to help a variety of situations and problems.  I asked my clients what they thought were the main benefits of acupuncture - a few responses were:

  • It treats the whole of you, not just what you thought you came for
  • It’s so relaxing!
  • Feeling healthier, clearer and experiencing a complete return of all energy
  • I was treated as a person, not as a medical problem
Sue holds clinics in the  UK in London and Surrey.  She runs workshops in the UK and Turkey and can be contacted via email: 
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