D Cleary Shiatsu Tai Chi & Qigong

Alternative Medical Treatments and Therapies in Newcastle-upon-Tyne

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High Street
Newcastle upon Tyne
Tyne and Wear

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Monday: 1pm - 5:30pm

Tuesday to Sunday: Closed

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Qigong, shiatsu, tai chi


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To whom it may concern. In November 2013 I suffered an ‘atrial flutter’ and was to be scheduled for a ‘cardioversion’ early in the new year to correct my heartbeat. In the interim I attended for a cardiac ‘scan’ and it was found that the heartbeat had corrected itself, which I gather is not that common an occurrence. The senior medical physics technician asked what I had been doing (that may have helped) and I explained that I was having Shiatsu massage and was meditating and doing’ cardiac coherence’ exercises. He felt sure this would have certainly helped. I would also add that my weight has continued to fall and due to this my blood sugar levels have been very near normal levels much to the great surprise of my Practice nurse at my last assessment. (I was diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes about 10 years ago). Again I think the Shiatsu has played a large part in this. P. B.

A Shiatsu patient in Newcastle upon Tyne

• The effects on my initial symptoms were astonishing. Within a few weeks I had no pain at all. I had suffered this pain for years and no pain killers or treatments were as effective as Shiatsu. I would recommend anyone with pain to try Shiatsu.’ • ‘I would suggest to reduce dependence on tablets and quality of life of patients GP’s promote the health benefits of Shiatsu and encourage patients to try something different to painkillers. It worked for me!’ • ‘Shiatsu has helped to increase mobility and reduce pain. It has given me a positive attitude towards the pain. It has reduced the need for anti-inflammatory and analgesic drugs. I think that this sort of help could be of great benefit for chronic pain on the NHS.’ • ‘The shoulder and elbow pain has completely gone.’ • ‘I would definitely use Shiatsu again and would like to continue with my treatment.’ • ‘Shiatsu not only helps with the diagnosed problems but also the well being of the individual both medically and mentally which allows the receiver to deal with the other external factors that influence and have a bearing on the individuals standard of life.’ • ‘The Shiatsu sessions really surprised me at the amount of difference they made to my back condition.’

Quotes from patients following a research project providing Shiatsu for Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain conditions, 2004 – 2005 by Dominic Cleary.

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