Traditional Chinese Acupuncture

Dee Tomlin, BSc, MBAcC

Welcome to Malvern Hills Acupuncture, where I practice Traditional Chinese Medicine including Acupuncture and Tui Na (Chinese Therapeutic Massage). Read about these and the other treatments on offer, what your first appointment will be like, and charges.

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Free 15 minute consultation

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Book your appointment now, or arrange a FREE 15 minute telephone call. Phone, email, or book online.

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Conditions

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Conditions

Conditions seen in clinic include back pain, stress, infertility, women’s health issues, and sports injuries.

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10, Belvoir Bank, Malvern WR14 4LY
Phone: 07563 826609
Email: info@chineseacu.uk

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Free 15 minute consultation

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Book your appointment now, or arrange a FREE 15 minute telephone call. Phone, email, or book online.

Book Now

Conditions

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Conditions

Conditions seen in clinic include back pain, stress, infertility, women’s health issues, and sports injuries.

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From the Blog

  • Cupping on back

Cupping

February 7th, 2020|

Cupping is the use of a cup, usually made of glass, to create a vacuum on the skin to help relieve tight muscles and conditions where there is pain.

  • Trees with snow

Winter

January 20th, 2020|

How does winter make you feel? Cold, sad, nostalgic and in pain? Or energised, looking ahead and positive? The darker months of winter can bring on many emotions: it’s a time to look after ourselves in mind, body and spirit, to be ready for the year ahead.

  • Cupping on back

Cupping

February 7th, 2020|

Cupping is the use of a cup, usually made of glass, to create a vacuum on the skin to help relieve tight muscles and conditions where there is pain.

  • Trees with snow

Winter

January 20th, 2020|

How does winter make you feel? Cold, sad, nostalgic and in pain? Or energised, looking ahead and positive? The darker months of winter can bring on many emotions: it’s a time to look after ourselves in mind, body and spirit, to be ready for the year ahead.

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