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Jade Clinic


Jade Clinic brides the gap between eastern and western medicine. We have practitioners trained in Acupuncture, Tui Na and Chinese Herbal Medicine.

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Happy world mental health day. Your mental health is just as important are you physical health. Acupuncture and physical therapy have been proven to help both!
📸from a cupping session this week! We’ve got some exciting news coming this weekend, watch this space!
📸Jade Clinic. We’ve been cupping today!  Why is cupping for you? . It helps with: . •Inflammation •Pain •Increases blood flow •Relaxes muscles •and loads more... Come try it out!
We had another boulderer from the GB team 🇬🇧 in the clinic last week @tara_hayes05. She’s one to watch! 🧗‍♀️💪
Great to see one of our own @nathanphillipsclimbing absolutely crushing another comp with a 1st place win! 🧗‍♂️💪 Now time to smash the World Championship in Innsbruck! Best of luck Nathan!
📸from yesterday in the clinic. We’ve been working with @nathanphillipsclimbing to get him ready for the World Championship next week. Best of luck! 🧗‍♂️💪
📸from Jade Clinic. So far this week we’ve used acupuncture to treat and manage migraines, knee and shoulder pain, fertility issues, insomnia and IBS. Just an average week jade clinic, acupuncture really does change lives!
Suffering with sciatica, shoulder or back pain? Come in for a treatment! Here’s a picture of our Senior Practitioner Paul Beasant showing the curvature of the spine before making any necessary manipulations.
Acupuncture isn’t just for athletes, it has also been shown to reduce the need for induction during pregnancy. Check out this study by Neri et al, 2018. Link - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/29890286/
You know cupping is good when @thenotoriousmma is having it; but how does it work? Cupping treats a variety of musculoskeletal and internal conditions by relieving muscle tension, improving circulation by increasing overall blood flow and encouraging cell repair through the mobilisation and flow of blood and lymph. This can reduce inflammation and discomfort and stimulates the bodies natural healing mechanism to speed recovery.
📸Photo of our senior practitioner, Paul Beasant. Acupuncture can help with relieve the symptoms of migraines, sciatica, headaches, stress, depression, back pain and loads much; but how does it work? When the flow of the bodies vital energies (Qi and Blood) are disrupted, symptoms begin to manifest. The manipulation of needles at specific points along the body regulates the flow of vital energy and stimulates the bodies natural healing mechanism.
Great session yesterday with the 2018 British Bouldering Champion @nathanphillipsclimbing as he prepares for the World Cup. Event preparation is key! 🧗‍♂️ 🔑
Shoulder or back pain? @josephbeasant is a climber we regularly treat for shoulder subluxation and tightness.
World class climber @sashadigiulian knows how important acupuncture is to achieve your sporting goals and to avoid injury. Photo by Chris Noble
Cupping is often associated with musculoskeletal conditions, largely due to media coverage of the 2016 Olympics where athletes such as Michael Phelps were photographed with residue markings from static cupping. In addition to treating musculoskeletal conditions, cupping can also be very effective to help regulate menstruation, painful menses, abdominal pain, respiratory conditions, headaches and migraines and loads more!  At Jade Clinic, we regularly incorporate cupping into our treatments. Here's a picture of our senior practitioner Paul Beasant demonstrating slide cupping at one of our popular cupping CPD courses in Ilkley; get in touch if you'd like book an appointment or would like to know more about our accredited CPD courses.
Our first post, this is our director and senior practitioner Paul Beasant teaching Tui Na physical therapy to other practitioners from around Europe. Tui Na, similar to Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine, is one of the major therapeutic interventions within traditional Chinese medicine. Here at Jade Clinic we’re at the forefront of Chinese Medicine and put theory into practice to change people’s lives on a daily basis. Any questions? Drop us an email at Info@jadeclinic.co.uk or call us on 07377 678268.