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Acupuncture treatment and Chinese Herbal Medicine consultations in central London, W8, W11, W14, SW3, SW5, Kensington and South Kensington, South West London, SW14, SW15, SW18, SW19, Earlsfields, Southfields and Wimbledon

Acupuncture, herbal medicine and homeopathy are highly effective therapies for fertility, IVF support and for a wide range of conditions:
see list on the
conditions treated page

By Alice Hart-Davis and Gita Mendis

The ancient chinese art of sticking very fine needles into precise points along the body's meridians, or energy channels, to treat disease and maintain health. Not as painful as it sounds, and good for almost anything chronic, from skin problems, via migraines and digestive problems, to insomnia. Pierre-Jean Cousin: charming and renowned also as a Chinese herbalist and homeopath. Kensington Therapy Centre, W8 (020 7376 1199).


Pierre jean cousin is the owner and manager of Cure By nature, a well established London acupuncture and complementary practice in Replingham road, Southfields

He also practice acupuncture at the London Kensington Therapy Centre in Kensington High Street

Acupuncture London: fertility clinics for acupuncture and complementary medicine at 95 Replingham Road London SW18 5LU

Daily Telegraph Top 20 health gurus

Pierre-Jean Cousin: acupuncture The tall, grey-haired, bespectacled Frenchman has a reassuringly competent manner and a no-nonsense approach to treatment. That's just as well, since clients include some pernickety members of the Royal Family. ''He's rather sardonic and French,'' reports one patient. ''If you say 'Ow' when he sticks in a needle, he shrugs and says, 'But I can feel nothing.'''
The Kensington Therapy Centre, 213 Kensington High Street, London W8 (020 7376 1199); and at
Cure-by-Nature, 95 Replingham Road, Southfields, London SW18 (020 8875 1101; www.cure-by-nature.co.uk); £50.

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