Acupuncture in London - The London Acupuncture Clinic
Finding the right acupuncturist in London
Choosing a London acupuncture practitioner is very much a personal choice. There are certain traits that you would expect to see in order to give you the best healthcare. They include:
They should be an acupuncture expert
Most London acupuncturists practice acupuncture in Wimpole Street charge a lot of money! So you should make sure that you choose one that is an actual acupuncture expert. I'm an expert in traditional acupuncture, having developed my own style after decades of practice and learning other styles of acupuncture.
They should offer Chinese herbal medicine as well as acupuncture
Most acupuncturists in London only offer acupuncture, which isn't the Chinese way. I am one of a very few who have graduated in China and offer both acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine in London to offer people the most effective treatment possible.
Sometimes, Chinese herbs can make the difference between getting better or not. They can help to give the body what it's lacking, for example energy and blood, whereas acu-puncture can't. I also offer lifestyle, dietary and supplement advice to maximise the treatment effect and improve health problems quicker.
They should be professionally qualified
Acupuncturists should be members of the British Acupuncture Council (BAC), of which I am a full member, whilst herbalist should be a member of the Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine (RCHM), which I am.
Fertility Acupuncture London
Acupuncture for fertility and assisted conception uses a holistic approach to increase the success rates of conception and treat male and female infertility. My unique and effective treatments greatly increase the success rates of conceiving naturally. Chinese medicine has been proven in numerous research studies to help couple conceive naturally and women with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS).
Based upon my extensive experience, success and thorough research I have my own unique way of treating infertility, which greatly increases the chances of you having a baby. I've published a self-help book for couples trying to get pregnant naturally titled My Fertility Guide, which provides an incredible amount of fact-based information on how to get pregnant naturally.
I have an advanced knowledge of the causes of infertility and know what changes to need to make to your lifestyle and diet to enhance egg quality and male infertility issues such as poor motility, morphology and sperm count. My fertility expert advice has been published in The Telegraph, Men's Fitness and Train, to name but a few.
My fertility acupuncture treatments can also help to ensure a health pregnancy and a easier labour experience. My fertility treatments are not painful like most people imagine as I use very fine pins, so you will hardly feel anything.
Research into infertility has shown that the treatments I offer can help both men and women have a baby and increase the live births rate.
Dr (TCM) Attilio D'Alberto
I graduated from the world famous Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China with a BSc (Hons) in Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2004 after completing their 5 year full time degree, which also had a strong basis in western medicine.
I practice traditional Chinese acupuncture and do not practice 5 Element, which is a modern style, that most acupuncturists in London, W1 practice. I have over 15 years of experience in treating a wide range of problems including infertility, pain, hay fever, stress, anxiety, general health conditions, etc.
Watch my video below where I introduce myself and answer commonly asked questions about Chinese medicine.
London Acupuncture Clinic
The London acupuncture clinic is located in Wimpole Street, London, W1, next to the Royal Society of Medicine. I serve a wide range of surrounding areas including Harley Street and Marylebone.
Monday - 3pm to 8pm
Nearest underground station
The nearest tube stations are Bond Street (Central and Jubilee Line) and Oxford Circus (Victoria, Bakerloo and Central Line). Both are only a short walk away.
Nearest bus stop
The following buses stop outside John Lewis, Oxford Street: 6, 8, 13, 15, 23, 73, 135, 137, 139 & 189.
Short-term meter parking in surrounding streets and long-term car parking at NCP car parks in Cavendish Square and at the rear of Harley Street is available.
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