I am happy to announce the start of a new NUDGE community clinic focussing on chronic pain conditions. Simple acupuncture delivered in a community setting can provide significant pain relief.
‘FRAYED AT THE EDGES’ CLINIC
Having issues with chronic pain?
I’m not calling it a pain clinic because thats not helping! But with pain comes the feeling of being ‘frayed at the edges’ sometimes. A small number of simple acupuncture needles can make a big difference and bring pain relief, particularly due to neuropathy as a result of diabetes or poor circulation. It can also help with pain from fibromyalgia and back problems, as well as from other conditions.
How will I be treated?
A warm, comfortable room, sitting with your feet raised
Treated with fine acupuncture needles to lower legs and lower arms only
In a community setting alongside others being treated for similar conditions
Single gender clinics – men and women treated separately
Drop in facility – no need to book – just turn up, you will always be treated.
How much is it?
This is another NUDGE donation clinic and patients are asked to pay £10 for each visit. Just pop what you can afford into the NUDGE tin.
Who is treating the patients?
Penny Kay MSc Dip Ac MBAcC is an experienced and fully qualified Chinese Acupuncturist. She is fully insured and works to the British Acupuncture Council’s Code of Practice. She knows a lot about pain and how it can affect your life. She has run a highly successful acupuncture clinic at Kath Locke Centre for three years.
Where is the clinic?
The clinic takes place at the Kath Locke Centre, 123 Moss Lane East, Hulme M15 5DD
When are the clinics held?
The Frayed at the Edges Clinic runs Fridays from 2 – 4 pm:
15th April 2016 2 – 4 pm women only
22nd April 2016 2 – 4 pm men only
29th April 2016 2 – 4 pm women only
6th May 2016 2 – 4 pm men only
13th May 2016 2 – 4 pm women only
20th May 2016 2 – 4 pm men only
27th May 2016 2 – 4 pm women only
Get in touch with Penny
read more about the NUDGE approach to pain relief