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Breast Cancer Acupuncture

Research is increasingly proving the positive effect of Acupuncture in breast cancer patients. Jordan understands the impact mentally, emotionally and physically for those going through the diagnosis of breast cancer, chemotherapy, radiotherapy and surgery. The side effects can be painful and difficult to deal with. The suffering can be minimised with the help of Acupuncture. Reducing pain, nausea, fatigue, hot flushes, joint pain, insomnia, lymphedema and also alleviate stress, anxiety and improve your quality of life.

As a woman, Jordan is passionate about supporting other women. Especially those going through breast cancer. Jordan understands how this can impact a woman’s feeling of femininity and the struggles they may face. Jordan has also completed additional and ongoing Acupuncture courses in Oncology for breast cancer patients, along with additional and ongoing Acupuncture courses in fertility, IVF and miscarriages. 

All breast cancer patients receive a lower priced Initial Consultation and Follow Up treatments including 20% off additional Cosmetic Facial Acupuncture treatments - see 'Oncology Acupuncture' on the bookings page

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Acupuncture Research for Breast Cancer

The European Journal of Cancer published a study giving further evidence of Acupuncture’s benefit to women undergoing breast cancer treatment. A randomised controlled eight week study, using electro-acupuncture with postmenopausal breast cancer patients who were taking Aromatic Inhibitors and experiencing joint pain, was carried out by researchers at the University of Pennsylvania. Aromatase inhibitors are a type of hormonal therapy commonly used in treating certain types of breast cancer. Patients taking using this type of therapy unfortunately experience a lot of joint pain and some will stop treatment due to the pain and suffering it causes. The study’s findings prove that acupuncture can help reduce this joint pain as the patients on the study who received acupuncture had a 43% decrease of pain after 10 sessions.

References & Websites

Acupuncture | Complementary and alternative therapy | Cancer Research UK

Acupuncture for breast cancer-related lymphedema: a randomized controlled trial.

T Bao and others

Breast Cancer Research and Treatment, July 2018, Volume 170, Issue 1, pp 77–87 - Breast Cancer Information and Support

CAM-CANCER - Complementary and Alternative Medicine for Cancer 

Zhang Y, Sun Y, Li D, Liu X, Fang C, Yang C, Luo T, Lu H, Li H, Zhang H, Liang Q, Wu J, Huang L, Xu R, Ren L, Chen Q. Acupuncture for Breast Cancer: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Patient-Reported Outcomes. Front Oncol. 2021 Jun 10;11:646315. doi: 10.3389/fonc.2021.646315. PMID: 34178633; PMCID: PMC8222976.

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