FAQ’s

Should your doctor know?
If you have been prescribed medication, then please tell your doctor that you plan to have acupuncture. Do not stop taking your medication. It is also important that you tell Louise about any medication and supplements you are taking – a good idea is to bring a list of these to your first appointment.

Does it hurt and are there any side effects?
The use of hair-fine needles means that any discomfort is minimal. Sometimes a small bruise can appear at a needle site. Occasionally, people can feel dizzy or tired after treatment but this passes quickly.

Treatment fees
Initial consultation (1.5 hours) – £60
This includes a full Chinese medical diagnosis and your first treatment
Follow on treatments (45 – 60 mins) £45

Payment
Cash or cheque

Hours

Tuesday

9.00 – 3pm

Wednesday

9.00 – 3pm

Thursday

9.00 – 3pm

Saturday

9.30 – 1pm

Cancellation Policy
Please give 24 hours’ notice if you would like to rearrange or cancel your appointment, otherwise you will still be charged.

Insurance
Many health insurance companies include acupuncture treatment. Please check with your provider directly to find out what your policy will cover.

 
 
 
Louise Ward Acupuncture