Maggie Bavington Acupuncture, Shiatsu & Chinese Herbal Remedies in East London

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Personalised acupuncture, Japanese massage, herbal medicine Maggie Bavington

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How can I help?

I am a qualified acupuncturist with 20 years experience, based in Walthamstow London E17 and Bethnal Green E2 offering individualised acupuncture and Japanese shiatsu massage treatments to soothe and balance your body and mind. I see people with a wide range of conditions, including migraine, chronic fatigue, back pain, IBS, anxiety, sports injuries, insomnia, menopause, eczema, acne and infertility.

You can find me conveniently located near Wood Street station in Walthamstow, and at The Plane Tree near Bethnal Green tube.
For information about acupuncture, shiatsu massage, herbal medicine, to discuss a particular condition or to book an appointment:

Please call me on 07802954490 or email me

Half price full one hour consultation with acupuncture treatment in Walthamstow between 10 or 11am
Tuesday 25th September
Wednesday 26th September
Thursday 27th September

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Infertility Support

I have many years' experience using acupuncture to support couples with infertility problems. My MSc focused on supporting male and female infertility with herbal medicine, which I highly recommend if infertility has led to disappointing results from IVF. Over the years many clients have come to my practices for acupuncture for infertility from all over north and east London.

A bit about the therapies

You'll find a page with more information about each kind of treatment, but here's a brief intro ..........

Approach to diagnosis and treatment: we are used to thinking in terms of getting rid of our troublesome symptoms. However, in traditional Chinese medicine we try not only to get rid of the symptoms, but to make sure they don't come back. This unique holistic approach means we look for the underlying imbalances that are causing your symptoms, and we are interested in every aspect of your health. The language of Chinese medicine is very different to what we are used to, but it makes sense in practice

Acupuncture: Fine sterile needles are gently placed in various places on the body (eg hands, feet, wrists, ankles, abdomen, back). You may feel a slight twinge when the needle is inserted, then rest while the needles do their work. Most people say they feel very relaxed "It feels a lot like a large martini and half a valium". Grace Dent, Guardian Weekend

Cupping: (glass vacuum cups) or moxibustion (burning moxa to create heat on or near the body) may be used as part of a treatment

Shiatsu /acupressure massage: You keep all your clothes on for a full body treatment that releases tight muscles and is deeply relaxing

Herbal medicine: a personalised powder mixture made especially for you, taken as a hot drink

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