Sue Hooker

//Sue Hooker

sue hooker physiotherapy acupuncture at the harmony centre suffolkSue Hooker MCSP, HPC, MBAcC.

Physiotherapy and Acupuncture

I practice Physiotherapy for the treatment of painful, chronic and recurring musculo-skeletal conditions, recent injuries and mysteriously appearing pains.

In long standing and recurring conditions it is often necessary to break the pattern of muscle tightness and joint stiffness to relieve pain and restore normal movement.

Treatment may be a combination of manual techniques, electrotherapy, exercises, postural re-education and acupuncture. Remember that muscles hold your skeleton up.

Due to the nature of the healing process the sooner treatment begins the quicker and more complete the recovery.

Sometimes using Physiotherapy in conjunction with Acupuncture may be more effective than either one on its own.

I also practice Chinese & Western Acupuncture which enables me to treat a wide range of conditions outside physiotherapy.  Here are some of them:

  • Hay Fever, Allergies, Headaches & Migraine
  • Asthma, Sinusitis
  • Menstrual irregularities
  • Cystitis, IBS, Colitis, Wind, Digestive & Gall Bladder problems
  • Anxiety, Depression, Insomnia, Response to Stress, Grief or Loss
  • Addictions: smoking/drugs

I trained as a Physiotherapist at St.Thomas’ Hospital in London followed some years later by a 2 year post graduate Acupuncture course at the British Acupuncture Association which included a short time in Guanzhou  Hospital in China.

  • Acupuncture Harmony Centre mandala logo and moxabustion treatment assists nature by influencing this energy in such a way that it may return to its natural flow and balance in a person, thus allowing body, mind and spirit to return to health. ... read more
  • Physiotherapy Harmony Centre mandala logohelps people of all ages who have physical problems caused by accident, illness or ageing. It is recommended as a treatment following falls, injury at work or sport, gardening, lifting or decorating. ... read more
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    By | 2017-04-27T18:28:57+00:00 March 26th, 2014|Practitioners|0 Comments