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"Wendy has helped me both physically and mentally, using her excellent skills in Chinese medicine. Acupuncture, together with her ability to formulate, prescribe and dispense herbs has produced wonderful healing results. Through Wendy I have experienced cessation of acute problems and successful management of chronic conditions."

R P, age 52, Ebchester,  Northumberland

Coronavirus update: We are now taking bookings for acupuncture appointments from July 2020 onwards. Chinese Herbal Medicine consultations will continue to be available through virtual appointments.

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The healing and restorative properties of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) have been understood in the East for thousands of years. TCM includes AcupunctureChinese herbs and Shiatsu.

Herbs, acupuncture, massage, exercise and diet together contribute to the power of Chinese Medicine. In addition to treatment with Acupuncture, Chinese Herbs and/or Shiatsu, your practitioner may also offer advice on diet and exercise.

Traditional Chinese Medicine can be used to help either acute or chronic problems. It can often make sense of complex symptoms that Western medicine has difficulty connecting.

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Wendy Howdin trained in California and is a registered member of the British Acupuncture Council and the Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine. She lives and practices in Newcastle upon Tyne.
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Wendy has particular interests in Fertility, Menopause, Pain and Skin/Dermatology.

Assisting Fertility

Wendy has extensive experience in helping both women and men with fertility issues.

Whether your goal is natural or assisted conception, Wendy creates a safe space, helping create the optimum conditions for pregnancy.

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Skin Conditions

The history of treating skin disease with Chinese Medicine can be traced back thousands of years.

Chinese Herbal Medicine is the main approach to skin problems. Close examination of the skin is combined with an understanding of Western diagnosis, and triggers to disease to determine your Chinese Medicine diagnosis and treatment plan.

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Pain

Acupuncture is best recognised in the West for the treatment of pain.

The aim of treatment is to deal with the presenting problems whilst also addressing underlying issues - taking into account muscular, neural, skeletal and other physical conditions and combining this understanding with TCM diagnosis.

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