Acupuncture involves the insertion of ultra-fine sterile needles into specific points on the body (usually on the arms and legs). The aim of acupuncture is to restore balance by regulating the Qi (energy) in the body.

Acupuncture may help with managing symptoms, such as:

  • Pain

  • Muscular tension

  • Bloating

  • Poor sleep

  • Low mood, stress, fatigue

  • Hot flushes, night sweating


If you don’t like the idea of needles, we also provide acupressure and non-needle stimulation. These treatments apply pressure to acupuncture points but do not use needles.



Remedial massage is a complementary therapy which treats muscles that are damaged, knotted, tense or immobile. It is useful for a number of problems that affect the muscles, tendons and bones. The pressure applied can be either strong and deep or gentle and shallow, depending on the problem.

Problems with the muscles can trigger or radiate pain to other parts of the body. Remedial massage aims to trace the original reason for the pain, tackling both the cause of the problem and the symptoms.

What does a remedial massage involve?

Before the massage begins, your therapist will talk to you about your health and lifestyle. They will ask you to lie on a table or couch and will cover you with towels to protect your privacy and to keep you warm. They will probably use creams or oils to help them massage your skin smoothly.



Acupuncture for Weight Loss Program: CMCD Holistic Health has an experienced weight loss team. We provide comprehensive weight loss programs as well as individual treatments. Each session takes about 1 hour, which will involve an assessment of your current health and weight history. The major modality we use is acupuncture, other modalities like cupping and ear pellets may be used to support the treatment. Herbal medicine may also be recommended, however, it all depends on the diagnosis after the initial consultation and discussion with you.

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Ear acupressure (using ear seeds) is a technique that stimulates certain points on the ear to help treat a range of health conditions. In Chinese medicine theory, ear acupressure is a technique similar in principle to acupuncture. The ear is considered to be a microsystem that maps other areas of the body, similar to reflexology and iridology. Ear seeds are made of stainless steel, gold or silver. The seeds are held in place by a small plaster (like a Band-aid) and stay on the ear for about 2–3 days. They can be stimulated up to 10 times a day for about 30 seconds each time.

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Herbs are tailored to you to help assist with many health conditions and symptoms such as:

  • Red, dry and itchy skin

  • Hot flushes, night sweating

  • Bloating

  • Poor sleep

  • Cough

  • Low mood, stress, fatigue

  • Weight loss

Herbs are prepared in three ways; Raw, Granules or Pills. Please ask your practitioner if herbs are suitable for you.


Chiropractors use their hands to examine and treat problems of the bones, muscles and joints.
People often visit a chiropractor for help with back and neck pain, headache, injuries and joint stiffness. Chiropractors are trained to recognise when you will and will not benefit from their care and to refer you to other health practitioners when necessary. You do not need a referral to see a chiropractor.



Dietitians offer advice on eating to help people improve their health and wellbeing. Our dietitian is an accredited practising dietitian (APD) and can provides practical, sustainable and positive dietary changes tailored specifically for you, to fit into your daily lifestyle. If you have a health condition your doctor may refer you to a dietitian. The dietitian will work closely with you and your doctor to develop a suitable diet for you.

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Cupping therapy may help to relieve tension in the muscles. Our treatment may help with: 

  • Back pain

  • Neck pain

  • Muscular tension