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Discussion in 'Acupuncture Massage' started by Susana, Feb 19, 2011.

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  1. Susana

    Susana Member

    Sep 20, 2009
    Now might be a good time to ask your local acupuncturist about pre-season treatment for hayfever. A short course now may be helpful later in the year when the pollen starts up.

    A register of qualified practitioners can be found here-

    You can do a local Google search too. Always check how may hours training any practitioner has had. In general, Classical acupuncturists do 3,000 hours of learning, which includes 400 hours of supervised clinical training.
  2. pciwplpd

    pciwplpd New Member

    Jan 29, 2011
    thanks David - not in your area, sadly, as my daughter's hayfever has started - daffs and pussy willows!
  3. shadowblade711

    shadowblade711 New Member

    Dec 2, 2010
    Good shout David - I have found acupuncture very effective for Hay Fever. Well worth a shot for anyone who suffers...

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