Are you struggling with a long term illness or pain?

Do you often feel unwell but are unable to find the cause?
Would you like to feel less stressed and have more energy?

If the answer to any of these is ‘Yes’ then acupuncture could help you.

Welcome to Core Acupuncture

Core Acupuncture provides the highest standard for treatment and care to the people of Hull and surrounding areas for a wide range of health issues.

Based on Traditional Chinese Medicine, the treatment seeks to re-establish the free flow of qi (vital energy) to restore balance and trigger the body’s natural healing response. Traditional acupuncture can be a very effective treatment for many physical, mental and emotional conditions as well as providing great relief from muscle and joint pains.

moxibustion The burning of moxa introduces heat and enhances the action of the needles.

Core Acupuncture’s Approach

Core Acupuncture will take a fresh approach to your health concerns. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, symptoms (both physical and emotional) are a reflection of internal imbalances. These imbalances are experienced by almost everyone, often as a result of environmental factors in the modern world as well as our busy and often stressful lifestyles.

This ancient & very wise form of medicine views the person as a whole, giving surprisingly effective results in modern Western cultures by inserting fine needles into the body.

Acupuncture needles are ultra-fine, sterile and single use.

Ideally Situated for Hull City Centre

Core Acupuncture is based at Core Health Centre on Beverley Road, Hull. It is ideally situated for Hull city centre, within 10 mins walk from bus and train stations with ample off street parking at the rear for those travelling into Hull from East Yorkshire.  Core Acupuncture is run by Jane Marsh who is registered with the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC) and is fully insured. BAcC are the largest professional body in the U.K. for traditional acupuncturists and their members adhere to strict codes of safe and ethical practice. 

Cupping can be used to stimulate the flow of blood and qi.