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Acupuncture Testimonials

Testimonials

Most names have been changed to protect the privacy of the patients. Taken from original letters and emails.


““THANK YOU!” for the wonderful treatment last Thursday... I am recovering and life begins again.”

Mrs M, Tunbridge Wells


“... we saw the most steady and striking transformation.... she has cast away the zimmer and gets around fast with just a stick. She was so bad that first week; the other three, at least, felt that she was dying. We do attribute a lot of her wondrous survival to you...Thank you so very much, from all of us.”

Mr JB, Sevenoaks


“Just to let you know that today I feel a different person - mind so much calmer and feeling ready to cope with anything!  Thank you so much.  Another success! ”

SK, Margate


“Just to say thank you so much for some lovely nights without pain since last Monday! ”

FR, Tunbridge Wells


“Am sleeping so much better and have much more energy... Hair continuing to grow with lots of new growth and what I think is normal loss. ”

TS, Guildford


“ ... I was just telling a friend how much I enjoyed my treatment and she could not believe me...”

Mrs G, Tonbridge

  • Acupuncturists are no longer able to claim to treat conditions unless there is strong evidence for it's effectiveness in terms of conventional studies. The difference in approach and the enormous cost of conventional studies means that only a handful are accepted by the medical profession. (see FAQ).
  • The rule is applied by the Advertising Standards Agency to protect the public from misleading claims, and this is obviously important. Unfortunately it means we cannot even quote the majority of patients who have benefited from treatment.
  • So with regret I have had to remove some testimonials that were genuine experiences of some very happy patients! Thank you to those that have taken the time to write them for me.
  • If you would like a better picture, look at the studies on the News page, the British Acupuncture Council research fact sheets or ask people you know.