"Emma Cannon treats clients using a mind-body approach, making the connection between the physical body and the emotions. She does a 360 degree diagnosis looking at the body, its environment (food, lifestyle) and its psychology" Vogue Magazine May 2012
In our clinic we provide an integrated approach, offering acupuncture for fertility, gynaecology and pregnancy advice as well as other supporting therapies. We aim to support women through every life stage, and offer specific help for women with fertility issues.
The patient's personal experience of her health is central to how we diagnose. The practitioner works closely with the patient and observes where the disharmony exists and then provides a complete package of care according to the patient's individual needs. We are medically led, taking the majority of our referrals from medics, but we do accept self-referrals and are also able to refer to medical specialists as appropriate.
Many women are instinctively aware that physical problems can have their roots in emotional difficulties, or that emotional difficulties impact on the physical problem. It is important to take this into account when we diagnose your state of health and decide our approach.
Our extensive experience has given us a unique overview of many different systems of medicine, each of which significantly contributes to a positive therapeutic outcome for the patient. While we specialise in fertility awareness and acupuncture, it is important to emphasise that we also offer support for a broad range of health conditions, including for men (see male fertility).
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"Fertility is one of the major health and wellbeing issues for modern women. Whether it’s women in their twenties with gynaecological issues or problems with their menstrual cycle those in their early thirties looking ahead and worrying whether they will be able to have children when the right time comes, the growing numbers of women who have experienced at least one miscarriage, or women simply needing clear, warm and supportive advice while trying for a baby, fertility is central to women’s health and yet so often ignored or medicalized to the point where we don’t give nature enough of a chance.
As a specialist in integrated health and fertility for nearly twenty years, my aim is to cut through all the statistics and offer you clear advice and encouragement in your own unique fertility journey. I want to equip you with a guide that answers all those nagging questions you may have and don’t know who to ask. Questions such as: ‘How can I get a sense of my fertility?’ ‘Can I preserve my fertility?’ ‘When exactly should we be having sex?’ ‘Does my diet really matter?’ ‘Does stress lower my chances of conceiving?’"
Emma Cannon on Health Preservation, The Little Style Book