Acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist clinic in Wimbledon, Wimbledon Park, Acupuncture in Southfields, Earlsfields and Wimbledon


PJ Cousin M.B.Ac.C is a registered acupuncturist and herbalist with many years experience in acupuncture, TCM, Chinese Herbal Medicine, and natural therapies; he also learned massage, homeopathy, Eastern and Western Herbalism as well as acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine.
PJ Cousin taught all these subjects for 12 years in this country and abroad. A prolific writer he has worked as a contributor on nine books, including 3 volumes of an encyclopedia; as a sole author, he has written three best selling books: "Facelift at your fingertips", "Natural recipes for a perfect skin" and "Food is Medicine".
PJ Cousin is based in Southfields, SW19 near Wimbledon.
Acupuncture is part of a system of medicine which originated in China thousands years ago.
The principal method of treatment is by insertion of very fine needles into points which lie beneath the skin. These points may also be treated by warming with a burning herb (moxibustion), by gentle electrical pulse (electro-acupuncture), or by laserå. Acupuncture is world wide: it is used in almost every country in the world.
Acupuncture can influence three major areas of health care: . promotion of health and well-being, . prevention of illness, . treatment of a variety of pathologies.
While acupuncture is often associated with pain control, in the hands of a well-trained practitioner it has much broader applications.
The World Health Organization recognizes the use of acupuncture in the treatment of a wide range of medical problems: see the conditions treated page
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For a wealth of information on acupuncture and chinese herbal medicine, and conditions treated
visit PJ Cousin's main website:
www.cure-by-nature.co.uk
Or go to
www.acupuncture-london.org
Chinese Herbal Medicine is one of the oldest medicines in the world. Some of ancient herbal formulas are dated back to 400 B.C.
Chinese textbooks on herbal medicine used today were written 2000 years ago.
The aim of Traditional Chinese Medicine is to restore health rather than simply eliminating symptoms; the patient, feeling much stronger may sees all the symptoms disappear quickly, and the possibility of relapses are less likely.
Chinese herbal medicine, when practised as part of TCM, is based on an individualized pattern diagnosis as well as a disease diagnosis.
This means the TCM patient receives a custom written herbal prescription designed to treat both the symptom or disease and also their individual pattern.
Such a TCM pattern is made up of a person's signs and symptoms as well as their emotional temperament and bodily constitutio
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People come to see me for a variety of reasons; the conditions treated with acupuncture and Chinese Herbal medicine are well documented, and listed here on the World health organisation website

Using acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine and acupuncture, I provide a range of services listed below in my two practices, near Wimbledon and in Kensington.
Each link above will direct you to the relevant pages on my main websites
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Clinic location, time availability

I am in my Southfields practice Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and friday, my first appointment is at 8.15 am, and last appointment at 6.45 pm
on Thursday I am at my Kensington practice, my first appointment is at 10.00am, and last appointment at 6.15 pm
Please come on time as I might not be able to see you if you are late for your appointment

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Many private insurance pay for acupuncture consultations and treatment: to see if you need a GP referral and check the budget allowed,check your policy