I offer a range of natural healing therapies to treat a broad range of conditions. Specialising in clinical massage and acupuncture at Wolstanton, Newcastle under Lyme. Working in an intuitive, holistic way to get to the heart of what is ailing you. Restoring both your physical health and emotional well being. Health Works combine to form a synthesis of individualised treatment.
Treatments: Acupuncture Face Lift (£60) Acupuncture Herbs Holistic Therapies REMEDIAL MASSAGE Pain Relief Management Indian Head Massage Reflexology Sports Injury Aromatherapy Ear Candling EFT (GIFT VOUCHERS)
Successful treatments for: Stress Chronic Fatigue Sports Injuries Back Neck Pain Headaches Migraine Whiplash Constipation Diarrhoea Menstrual Difficulties Arthritis Asthma IBS Weight Loss Vertigo RSI Colds Insomnia Menopause High Low Blood Pressure Tennis Golfers Elbow Facial Acupuncture AntiAgeing Treatment Cosmetic facial Acupuncture is a natural, antiageing beauty therapy that combats signs of ageing and improves skin tone. Oriental Medicine Oriental Body Balance, Acupuncture, MuscularSkeletal Screening, Hara Diagnosis, Reflexology, Aromatherapy, Facial Acupuncture
Based in Wolstanton, appointments are available throughout the week at times to accommodate your individual needs.
Training, qualifications & experience
Susan Whintey has achieved BSc/MSc Degrees in Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine
Fellow of The Institute of Complementary & Natural Medicine (ICNM)
UK Representative of the American Liberty University (ALU)
Fellow to the British Register of Complementary Practitioners (BRCP)
Sports Massage Association
The Sports Massage Association (SMA) was launched in 2002 as a way of helping the public to understand which practitioners were appropriately qualified.
Over the years the association has developed and not only aims to protect and inform the public but also to support the profession and encourage further training and practice.
Other available therapies
By Health Works
Cosmetic acupuncture is also known as acupuncture facial rejuvenation, and sometimes called an acupuncture facelift. It’s the use of traditional acupuncture to slow the signs of aging in your face, tune up your skin, and to bring back that youthful glow to your cheeks.
Most acupuncture patients pay for private treatment. The cost of acupuncture varies widely between practitioners. Initial sessions usually cost between £40 and £37, and further sessions between £37
The British Register of Complementary Practitioners
Disciplines Musculo-Skeletal Screening, Reflexology, Sports Massage, Indian Head Massage, Oriental Body Balancing, Thermal Auricular Therapy, Aromatherapy, Hara Diagnosis, Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine