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Leading acupuncture clinic opens in Salford My vision is that every town and city in the UK should have a centre where people can benefit from professional acupuncture treatments ‘Acupuncture That Works’ is bringing its expertise to Salford with the opening of its third clinic in the North West. For six years, Emma Guy and her team have successfully treated hundreds of patients for debilitating pain, sports injuries and many other ailments, first in Northwich and then Ashton-under-Lyne. The company has continued to grow and now Emma’s distinctive approach to acupuncture is also being offered at the Salford Chiropractic Clinic Wellness Centre , complementing existing chiropractic, homeopathic and podiatry therapies at its base in St. James House, Pendleton Way. Emma practices traditional Chinese acupuncture but looks to combine the best of both Eastern and Western medicines, an approach she developed while working as the resident acupuncturist at St. Luke’s Hospice in Winsford. ‘ Acupuncture That Works ’ treats patients for a range of conditions that Western medicine alone can’t resolve and also helps people to feel more positive, revitalised and relaxed. Emma is delighted she can now bring her therapies to the people of Salford and Manchester: “My vision is that every town and city in the UK should have a centre where people can benefit from professional acupuncture treatments. It’s great that we are now in Salford and based in such a professional establishment as the Salford Chiropractic Clinic Wellness Centre.” ‘Acupuncture That Works’ is now open for business in Salford.
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