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Chloe Eburn

Chloe Eburn is a qualified Acupuncturist who studied at the University of East London for three years and qualified in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science Honours degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture. In addition, she has completed a pain management course at Guys & St Thomas’s Hospital and has experience in treating anxiety, depression, muscular skeletal pain, migraines, headaches, tennis elbow, TMJ disorders and sleep disorders.

About Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine:

Acupuncture treatment involves insertion of fine needles through specific points which are located on the body. Massage, heat and cupping may also be used as part of the treatment.

History of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Originating in China, Acupuncture is an ancient form of Chinese Medicine which has been practiced for centuries, particularly in China. The aim of acupuncture is to maintain and restore health. It is believed in the theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine that there are pathways which are also called ‘meridians’ that are located on the body and a vital energy called Qi is said to flow throughout these pathways. Acupuncture promotes a regularity of Qi to restore health and trigger the body’s natural healing response.

Not only are the symptoms treated with acupuncture, the underlying causes of illness and disease are also tackled. When ill health occurs it is believed that the Qi is disrupted and unable to move smoothly. Factors such as stress, poor nutrition, infection or injury can contribute to ill health.

Acupuncture is now practiced all over the world and clinical trials are proving its efficacy. It is currently available on the NHS, particularly for infertility.

According to the World Health Organisation (WHO) clinical trials have proven that Acupuncture is effective in treating the following conditions:



-Facial Pain



-Induction of labour

-Irregular Periods


-Dental pain

-Tennis elbow

-Knee pain

-Neck pain

-Lower back pain

-TMJ Disorders

FAQ ’s :

What does Acupuncture feel like, is it painful?

Acupuncture should not be painful. The needles are very thin and are inserted gently into the skin. Some people can experience 'dull' or 'tingly' like sensations. A lot of people find that Acupuncture is very relaxing and therapeutic.

What to expect from an Initial consultation:

If you have not been seen before, you would first need to come in for an initial consultation. This appointment will last approximately 1 hour. Your symptoms will be fully assessed along with previous medical history. A treatment will then be provided. After the treatment I will be able to tell you how many sessions are required.

Before your appointment:

Please ensure you have a meal prior to the appointment and I would also advise to wear loose fitted clothing.

Diagnostic tools:

Before I start treatment I will take your pulse and examine your tongue. These are important diagnostic methods used in Traditional Chinese Medicine which help form a diagnosis. If you are experiencing pain, I will also examine the area to see where the pain is coming from.

What to expect after your appointment:

Most people feel relaxed and calm after each appointment. The aim of acupuncture is to relieve the symptoms. Particularly for pain, some people can feel an immediate ease of symptoms.

Follow up appointments:

Follow up appointments are between 45 minutes to an hour. In this appointment we will discuss how you have been since your last session. Another treatment will be provided.

How long until I see an improvement?

It really depends on the person and the condition. Some people may find that there is an immediate ease with their symptoms, whilst others may feel that after a couple of treatments there is a gradual improvement. You may find that the condition/symptoms will flare up 24 hours after treatment but this will ease.

Prices :

Initial consultation – Approximately 1 hour £45.00 - Mondays & Thursdays 6.15pm-8.15pm

Follow up appointments - £40.00

How to pay:

Payment must be made after each appointment in cash.

How do I go about making an appointment?

I consult on Monday and Thursday evenings after 6pm. Please contact me either via email: [email protected] 0.

Cancelling or rescheduling appointments:

Please provide 24 hours notice to change or cancel appointments otherwise the full fee may [email protected] �or call 0778 8236030.

If you are running late for an appointment please notify me by calling me on my mobile: 07788236030.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me and I wi l l do my best to answer your queries as soon as possible .

Chloe Eburn
[email protected]

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