Dr Maggie Ju Acupuncture for antiaging

For booking an acupuncture appointment we use mindbody online booking system and you can get mindbody app, the easiest and safest way to book and pay. online bookings are available 24/7.

                        Chelsea book online   or call at 020 3362 3366  for assistance

                        Kensington  book online  or call at  020 3011 0355 for assistance

                        

                        Richmond contact 07944930253 or email: maggieacupuncture@gmail.com

Specialities

Facial rejuvenation acupuncture or Cosmetic acupuncture

Fertility, miscarriages and IVF acupuncture support

Headaches, neck pain, shoulder pain relief

Vulvodynia

Pain relief

other chronic pain conditions such as  back pain, chronic pelvic pain, bladder pain,  bladder pain, arm pain, elbow pain, wrist pain, hip pain, thigh pain, knee pain, leg pain, ankle pain, etc

Stress and anxiety release 

Fatigue

Insomnia

Acne

Pregnancy acupuncture

Others

Hay fever, postnatal pain, hormone regulation, eczema, nerve pain, peripheral nephropathy, tremors etc, insomnia, ulcerative colitis, IBS, acid reflex etc, blepharitis, frequent urination, scar smoothing, boosting immunity, etc. depression, mood swings, emotion release etc. 

10 Tips for your acupuncture treatments from Dr Maggie Ju

With years of practicing acupuncture, my passion at acupuncture grow dramatically. If you want to seek acupuncture treatment for whatever reasons, there are 10 tips based on Dr Maggie's experiences.

No1, Keep open minded. How acupuncture works is not clear yet. All current mechanisms are theories and they need to be proved by science. However acupuncture does help many people with various conditions and it is why acupuncture becomes more and more popular.

No2, Acupuncture is amazing. It waits for you to discover by trying for the treatment. Acupuncture has lots to offer, from antiaging to releasing physical problems such as chronic pain, to helping psychological issues such as anxiety, stress etc.

No3, Acupuncturists are different. Some are better than others. This is easily understandable and applies to any professionals. Why should all acupuncturists have to be the same and why there should be champions in other professionals.

No4, The key for successful acupuncture treatment is the acupuncture points chosen by the acupuncturists. None of the acupuncturists chooses the same points.

No5, Acupuncture is like medicine. There is dosage which comprise the points and numbers of needles used in the treatments, the duration of the sessions, the frequency of the treatments and the total sessions received.  

No6, Your expectations. Keep realistic expectations. Any treatments including acupuncture take some time to show effects.

No7, Monitoring the effects. You need to know how to monitor the effects and progress of acupuncture treatments to see if it works.People are different. Different people have different reactions to acupuncture treatments.

No8, Making commitment. Acupuncture effects are accumulating. You need regular treatments at most of the time. It is like taking medication which you need to take it regularly.

No9, Don’t worry that acupuncture can make your condition worse. There is no side effect of acupuncture treatment and acupuncture doesn’t make your condition worse.

No10, Take your chance. If you give it a time and a chance, you will provide yourself an opportunity to get better and healthier again.

Dr Maggie Ju's Acupuncture wonders series of ebooks

Acupuncture for fertility and miscarriages

Is vulval pain in your mind?Tired?

Acupuncture for Acne

Guest blog articles

Dr Maggie Ju talks about vulvodynia 

acupuncture – an ancient healing art + today’s health care

qigong + acupuncture: complementary Chinese health systems

When the pressure becomes too much

Reviews and articles

Maggie Ju (2014) Current opinion in acupuncture on stroke rehabilitation

The Journal of Chinese Medicine And Acupuncture Volume 21 Issue 2 September 2014 P9

Maggie Ju. (2015) What Part Does Acupuncture Play in IVF? 

The Journal of Chinese Medicine And Acupuncture Volume 22 Issue 1 March 2015 P21

Maggie Ju (2020) The Potentiality of COVID-19 Treatment with Chinese Herbal Medicine in the UK

The Journal of Chinese Medicine And Acupuncture Volume 27 Issue 2 November 2020 P9

Acupuncture covered by your health insurance companies

You may find that your acupuncture treatment can be covered by your own medical insurance. Please check your individual situation with your insurer.  

In all situations you will pay directly for treatment and then be able to reclaim the costs through your insurer where applicable.

AXA Health –www.axappphealthcare.co.uk

Equips ME –  https://www.equipsme.com/ These are now part of AXA Health Care

Beneden Health –www.benenden.org.uk

BHSF –www.benenden.org.uk

CS Healthcare –www.cshealthcare.co.uk

The Exeter –www.the-exeter.com

Freedom Health Care – freedomhealthinsurance.co.uk

General & Medical Healthcare –www.generalandmedical.com

Healix Health Services – https://healixhealthservices.co.uk/contact-us

 HSF –  www.hsf.co.uk

Medicash –https://www.medicash.org/

Simply Health –  https://www.simplyhealth.co.uk/

 Sovereign Health Care: Sovereignhealthcare. co.uk 

UK HealthCare – These are part of Westfield Health Care

Westfield – https://www.westfieldhealth.com/

National Friendly: Nationalfriendly.co.uk 

Healthshield: Healthshield.co.uk 

Medicare: Medicare.co.uk 

Paycare : Paycare.org