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What Is Capnograph?

You will be seen by a fully qualified Osteopath who has completed additional studies into the theory and use of capnotherapy. Your initial assessment may last up to 1 hour dependant on the complexity of your presentation. The initial consultation process includes a comprehensive medical history form, an overview of current and previous symptoms, assessment using the capnograph along-side a musculoskeletal assessment, treatment and a proposed treatment plan.

The capnograph assesses multiple things, including your heart rate and breathing rate to help determine what may be causing, and contributing to your symptoms. The musculoskeletal assessment will be used to analyse for any abnormalities in breathing patterns, postural adaptations and movement restrictions, along-side helping to diagnose any painful areas.

The assessment and treatment may require you to undress to your underwear, or if you feel more comfortable; loose clothing such as leggings and a vest top. The Capnograph is a minimally invasive piece of equipment, the only components are a blood pressure monitor that attaches to your ear lobe, and a nasal cannula that will be gently inserted into your nostril by roughly 1cm. The Osteopath will use touch and movement assessment to identify areas of dysfunction, and you may be treated with manual techniques such as massage, stretching and manipulation.

Your Osteopath may also suggest ways that you can improve your general wellbeing, including nutritional, sleep and breathing advise, along-side exercises to complete between sessions. The number of sessions required will vary dependant on your condition, for example long-standing issues may take longer that new problems.

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How Can It Help Me?
Acupuncture is used to treat a wide range of problems such as:

  • Most types of chronic pain, including neck and back pain, pain from arthritis and from sports injuries
  • Nerve pain including trigeminal neuralgia, trapped nerves and sciatica
  • Chronic muscle strains and plantar fasciitis
  • Migraines, chronic headaches and sinusitis
  • Anxiety, stress and depression
  • Bowel and digestive problems
  • Tiredness and chronic fatigue syndrome
  • Menstrual and menopausal symptoms and infertility
  • Bladder problems and irritability
  • Hay fever, allergies and rhinitis
  • Nausea and vomiting following operations
  • Addiction problems – auricular acupuncture (putting needles into the ear) is often used for addictions including alcohol, smoking and binge eating
  • Acupuncture is also used during pregnancy for back pain, morning sickness and pain relief during childbirth.
The Capnograph Treatment

Most people’s experience of needles is usually limited to injections and blood tests, so many feel uneasy about the concept of acupuncture.

Many patients ask if acupuncture will hurt them. In fact, acupuncture needles are much finer than conventional medical needles, so as they are inserted into the skin the feeling is more like a tingling or a dull ache rather than the sharp bee-sting sensation of an injection.

Our acupuncture practitioners insert needles either for a second or two, or they may leave them in place for 30 minutes or more, depending on the effect needed. You may feel a heaviness in your arms and legs or you may just experience a pleasant relaxation during your treatment.

The benefits of acupuncture frequently include more than just relief from a particular condition. Many people find that it can also lead to increased energy levels, better appetite and sleep, as well as an enhanced sense of overall wellbeing.

What To Expect

At your first appointment your acupuncturist will ask you about your symptoms and your medical history, plus any medication you take. A traditional acupuncturist will feel your pulse on both wrists and examine your tongue.

Please wear loose, comfortable clothing to allow your acupuncturist to access your acupuncture points – there are over 500 of these on the body and they may be located far away from the pain or other symptom. For example, although you may seek treatment for headaches, needles may be inserted into your foot or hand during your treatment.

Your practitioner will insert fine needles into your skin at specific places, called acupuncture points. The needles may be moved, manipulated or stimulated electrically and heat may be used by burning a herb called moxa. Acupuncture points may also be stimulated by massage.

The number of treatments you need will depend on your condition. However, you can usually expect to notice improvements within five or six sessions.

Please be reassured that at the Good Health Centre our trained practitioners always use sterile, disposable needles.

Our Practitioners

The British Acupuncture Council (BAcC) represents professional acupuncturists who have an extensive training in acupuncture and the biomedical sciences appropriate to the practice of this therapy.

BAcCmembers practise a recognised and traditional style of diagnosis and treatment therapy. This has been developed and refined over 2,000 years and provides patients with an holistic approach to maintaining health and managing illness.

There is no government legislation in the UK covering acupuncture at present. Unfortunately, this means that anyone can currently provide acupuncture treatment without any professional acupuncture training whatsoever.

Our acupuncturists here at the Good Health Centre are all members of BAcC.

Cautions & Care

Research in the British Medical Journal has confirmed that when carried out by a competent practitioner, acupuncture is a very safe therapy. Serious side effects can occur after acupuncture, but the risk has been estimated as less than 1 in every 10,000 treatments.It is important to let your acupuncture therapist know before your treatment if you have any medical problems, including if you have:

  • Fits and faints
  • A pacemaker fitted
  • Heart valve damage
  • Heart or lung disease
  • Cancer
  • Clotting problems
  • Or if you are taking anticoagulants or any other medication including complementary remedies or aspirin.

At the Good Health Centre our trained practitioners always use sterile, disposable needles.

It’s sensible not to plan anything strenuous after your acupuncture treatment because symptoms may sometimes worsen for a short time or you may feel tired and light headed. If you do feel unwell, don’t drive until the drowsiness or dizziness passes.

Occasionally you may feel pain or have a little bleeding or bruising after treatment.

Useful Links

The British Acupuncture Council

The Princes Foundation for Integrated Health

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You can book an appointment quickly and easily online by clicking below, if you have any questions prior to booking please get in touch with us on 0113 237 1173 or Email Us and one of the team will be in touch asap!

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Back Pain

If you have back pain, whether new or long-term, you know how it can interfere with your daily life.

Knee Pain

If you have knee pain, you’re not alone. Frequent knee pain affects around one in four adults.

Neck Pain

From a wry neck to arthritis, muscle spasm to a ‘dowager’s hump’, necks are a common source of pain.

Shoulder Pain

Under normal circumstances, the shoulder has the greatest mobility of any of the body’s joints. But when something goes wrong, it can mean pain, limitation and frustration.


Sciatica refers to pain that runs from the low back into the buttock and down the back of the thigh. It may go below the knee and into the foot.

Heel Pain

There are many causes of heel pain. These include plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinosis, heel spurs, and stress fractures. 

What our patients say

Katherine whinnett
Katherine whinnett
I have seen Aisha for a Mummy MOT and subsequent treatment over a period of months. She has a holistic approach and I have found her support amazing. I would have no hesitation in recommending her.
emma collinson
emma collinson
I have seen Anthony a couple of times now and I am beyond happy. I have been suffering a year of pain, I have previously seen other osteopaths and doctors and I have had numerous trips to A and E. Anthony is highly experienced in his profession, he cares about you as a patient, really understands your issues and concerns and is genuinely there to help you get better. I wish I had known about Anthony sooner and not wasted my time with other establishments. After 2 sessions I am on a slow road to recovery and I can’t wait to go again. For me, Anthony is going to be able to give me my life back this year.
Mrs Bentley
Mrs Bentley
I had a fantastic first appointment with Aisha for a Mummy MOT - I would highly recommend this to anyone who has had a baby no matter how recent or how long ago. She was incredibly knowledgeable and made me feel really well listened to. The building and location was great, easy parking and friendly receptionists.
Herwinder Kalsi
Herwinder Kalsi
I had a reflexology appointment. Nice warm welcome and very good session with the therapist Pavon
Caravan Hire Thornwick Bay
Caravan Hire Thornwick Bay
Lydia was extremely insightful and fulfilled my expectations. The experience was fabulous and she really puts her heart and soul into helping those who need it. Can’t wait to see her again. Thanks, Leigh.
stephen ongley
stephen ongley
Excellent levels of expertise
Jim Rowland
Jim Rowland
I keep coming to Daniel and he keeps fixing me. I am an older runner and have had a few injuries in recent years. I started to see Daniel when I could not get an urgent physiotherapist's appointment. His gentle manipulation and exercises cured an annoying and persistent hamstring injury which had been going on for many months, and a sore hip. Since then he has treated, most effectively, my runner's knee and other complaints. I enjoy our sessions as he takes a real interest in his patients. Daniel will always be my no. 1 therapist!
Kenneth Tindall
Kenneth Tindall
2nd visit today to see Seb. As a former professional athlete and someone who has had extensive treatments worldwide I can wholly vouch for the world class level of this Osteopath. Thanks for getting me back on track Seb.
Georgina Bachellerie
Georgina Bachellerie
Excellent service both from the admin team and the practitioner. Thorough diagnosis, punctual and all with supporting information on treatment plan.