Tel: 01323 832 525
Mob: 07740 200 555www.acupuncturesouth.co.uk
Owner of ‘The Acupuncture Clinic Herstmonceux, Susan Miles has been practicing Five Element Acupuncture since 2002.
She initially trained at the School of Five Element Acupuncture (SOFEA) and then worked at the Kite Clinic in central London for six years. She has been running the practice in Herstmonceux, Sussex since 2003.
Sue is well known for her work in fertility and has been helping couples since 2003.
Whether you aim to conceive naturally or whether IVF is necessary, acupuncture can significantly boost your fertility.
This style of acupuncture is different to others in that there are no formulas or set protocols, instead each treatment is tailored to your particular needs. This means that hormone levels are balanced, blood circulation is improved and healthy maturation of sperm and eggs is stimulated.
By combining acupuncture with IVF, success rates seem to dramatically improve, not only in creating the most ideal conditions for conception, but also giving the highest possible chance of a problem-free pregnancy.
Sue’s goal is always to help people conceive without IVF but where it is necessary the combining of these two systems provide a very positive result.
One of the best things you can do for yourself and your baby while you’re pregnant is to get acupuncture.
Acupuncture can relieve stress and anxiety, nausea, morning sickness, heartburn, pain and discomfort caused by constipation, back pain, leg cramping, insomnia, varicose veins, hemorrhoids, pre- and post-partum depression. And may also help resolve a breech presentation.
Acupuncture can help prime your body and your baby for labour.
This treatment is particularly helpful for encouraging the hormonal cascades that instigate labour as well as encouraging the baby downward in the birth canal.
The points we use help signal to the body that it is time to deliver the baby. These are the points that are otherwise never used during pregnancy, because they are so effective in stimulating the body to open and release.
Many mothers find this treatment reassuring; it is very gentle and safe, and most mothers find it helps to ease the pressure they may feel about having a hospital induction.
Acupuncture treatment can really help to energise the mother and may help to bring the added strength needed to have an effective labour and delivery
If you think you may want to try Acupuncture as your due date approaches please call the clinic sooner rather than later. It is much easier to cancel appointments than it is to make them at the last minute.
Jo Gould (RM, Dip HE, BA, MA)
Tel: 07787 110 567
I am an experienced practicing midwife, qualified for 12 years. I am a member of the Royal College of Midwives and registered with the Nursing & Midwifery Council.
I have worked as a clinical midwife in both hospital and community settings. I have held senior positions as a labour ward co-ordinator and practice development midwife. I have extensive experience of teaching midwives (including student midwives), medical students, junior doctors and leading parent education. I have also worked and taught in Hospitals throughout Sussex as well as at the University of Brighton. This depth of experience and commitment has enabled me to complete a Masters degree in Midwifery.
My passion is, and always has been normal birth, in particular homebirth and waterbirth. I am an advocate of techniques that enhance women’s innate ability to birth their babies safely and calmly. Having witnessed the effectiveness of HypnoBirthing® while working as a midwife, I decided to use it myself for the birth of my son, Noah, at home. It definitely worked...
As a result of this experience, I decided to undertake the training to become a Certified HypnoBirthing® Practitioner in order to teach parents-to-be how to use the techniques for their own births. I believe that HypnoBirthing® is one of the most effective techniques available to parents wishing to enhance the quality of their birth experience.
Tel: 01323 819 157
Angela Wallis completed a three year Bachelor of Science degree in Acupuncture from the International College of Oriental Medicine in East Grinstead. As well as providing rigorous training in Chinese medicine, the College prides itself in teaching students all aspects of Western medicine. Angela is therefore well-versed in understanding and treating modern health complaints.
As well as being trained in Five Elements and Traditional Chinese Medicine-style acupuncture Angela is also qualified in Stems & Branches. This unique style of acupuncture, deep-seated in traditional Chinese astrology, looks at the year, date and time a person is born to understand what physiological, emotional and psychological health complaints they may be prone to. Stems & Branches provides the tools to understand what might be causing a health problem on a deeper level, and the treatment required to clear it.
Angela has a special interest in treating female fertility issues, pain management (e.g. neck, back, shoulder, hip, knee pain) and women's health (e.g. Menopause symptoms, period problems etc).
Tel: 01323 489229
Since gaining her VTCT Level 3 Holistic Therapy qualification in 2005, Hazel has been providing relaxing, professional treatments from her home-based therapy room in Polegate. As a fully insured Member of the respected Federation of Holistic Therapists, Hazel works to the Association’s Code of Conduct, ensuring high quality and professional standards at all times.
Treatments offered include Aromatherapy Massage, Reflexology and the deeply relaxing Indian Head Massage. Sessions are tailored to the individual, with an extra wide massage couch ensuring maximum client comfort.
Mala Davangere Hiremath
Tel: 07790 976089
Mala Davangere Hiremath qualified from the British School of Osteopathy in 2002 and has completed a post graduate course at the Sutherland Cranial College. She is experienced in the treatment of expectant mothers, babies and children as well as a broad range of adults. Mala uses gentle structural and cranial techniques to assist the body’s own healing mechanisms by encouraging blood supply, releasing joints to improve mobility, relieving tension and reducing pain. Advice on posture and exercises may also be given to assist in rehabilitation, prevent further pain and maintain good health. She regularly attends courses as part of her continued professional development and has a personal interest in rehabilitation with yoga and osteopathic preventative care.
Registered with The General Osteopathic Council and member of The British Osteopathic Association.