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Camilla Dallerup tells how she used acupuncture for her back pain.

Tuesday, 25 February 2014 11:43

Acupuncture Awareness Week

Always wanted to try acupuncture and never been sure if you'd like it?

Tuesday, 25 February 2014 11:39

Acupuncture can improve and maintain health

According to traditional Chinese philosophy, our health is dependent on the body's motivating energy...

Many British Acupuncture Council members will be offering free taster session this Acupuncture Awareness Week 3-10 March

Monday, 24 February 2014 11:18

Dancer Camilla Dallerup talks health

Camilla on her secrets for radiant, glowing good health

SLOUCHING, eating on your lap and peering at a computer screen - sound familiar? Sedentary lifestyles contribute to millions of adults suffering with back pain, but could the ancient Chinese method of acupuncture be a simple solution to the problem?

Thursday, 20 February 2014 00:42

Next week is Acupuncture Awareness Week

BAcC member Dwara Young writes in the Blackmore VAle magazine.

Saturday, 01 February 2014 10:25

Acupuncture Awareness Week 3 - 10 March

Item from the local news in Stamford

A new study shows Britain is risking a back pain epidemic caused by unhealthy habits and sedentary lifestyles. The findings from a study by the British Acupuncture Council to mark 'Acupuncture Awareness Week' (3rd-10th March 2014) show that almost 80 per cent of people suffer with back pain yet admit to behaviours that put their backs under unnecessary strain1.

Mark McMorris won Canada's first medal at Sochi in the first snowboarding events ever at the Winter Olympics. McMorris was still feeling the effects of a broken rib he’d suffered two weeks ago at the X Games. That meant that almost every time he flew off a ramp, bump or rail and hit the ground, pain surged through his back. A steady regime of acupuncture, pool training, gym work and massages got him to a point where only the hard landings hurt.