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Always Trying
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Hi, to follow up on my recent post about whether Acupuncture can play a role in relieving constant migraine headache: Thanks so much for the helpful and encouraging replies; I've passed them on to my daughter. Could I now ask whether anyone knows or can recommend a good Acupuncturist in the Luton, Bedfordshire, area OR... in Harpenden,Hertfordshire?

Many Thanks.
A.T x

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Esaias
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Acupuncture Practitioner in the Hertfordshire Area

Dear AT

I used to practice in Herts myself, around 10 years ago now. I would recommend Sandra King in High Wycombe,

The best of luck; she really knows what she's doing!

Esaias

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Always Trying
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Hi Esais, many thanks for posting your recommendation of an Acupuncturist in High Wycombe. Unfortunately, I think it may be just a little too far out for my daughter to travel - esp as it would probably have to be in an evening after work. But its good to know that you think highly of this lady.

AT x

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dragon_healer
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migraine

it is useful for migraine and I believe it has been been recently approved for this indication by NICE. However, if you have had the condition for a long time, it will take a number of treatments to provide significant benefit (I don't mean you will feel no change after each treatment, I mean it will take time for those results to accumulate into something more dramatic). I don't know anyone specific in your area, but what I recommend is to go through the yellow pages website and find out if they provide a free consultation. Many do. Then go and chat to them, and see how you feel about them.

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Tashanie
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it is useful for migraine and I believe it has been been recently approved for this indication by NICE. However, if you have had the condition for a long time, it will take a number of treatments to provide significant benefit (I don't mean you will feel no change after each treatment, I mean it will take time for those results to accumulate into something more dramatic). I don't know anyone specific in your area, but what I recommend is to go through the yellow pages website and find out if they provide a free consultation. Many do. Then go and chat to them, and see how you feel about them.

Most therapists will provide a free consultation. But a lot won't register with yellow pages. This website provides lists of who does what in different areas, or try a simple google search.

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