Rebalance with
Chinese Medicine

Rebalance with Chinese Medicine

East West Clinic is still open for acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. I am taking special precautions in line with current guidance during the second wave lockdown. Do get in touch if you have any questions via the contact form in the footer. 5/11/20

Welcome

To East West Clinic, Farnham's number one practice for Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine and Shiatsu Therapy. For professional, caring and effective treatment: this is the clinic of Jamie Hamilton, and has provided Chinese medicine and acupuncture in Farnham for over 15 years. I now offer a secure online booking system and card payments both online and at the treatment. This is a full service Chinese Medicine practice with acupuncture, herbal medicine, shiatsu therapy, cupping, herbal external balms and Farnham's only Chinese Herbal Medicine dispensary. The practice is based in peaceful Lower Bourne, easily reached from Farnham town centre and you can park right outside the treatment room.

Chinese Medicine is an unbroken literary and practical lineage that stretches back two thousand years. However it is a medicine very much of the present day, with its flexible and adaptable approach that looks for the integrated workings of body, mind and emotions. One thing about my approach is that I will always keep trying to look for a solution to your condition and not give up! With so many ways of approaching any problem that with persistance, positive change can be achieved. And when it comes to keeping well, the acupuncture approach is great, as I will look to rebalance your system, and keep the vitality that is naturally present moving. For more about acupuncture treatment including information about the various conditions acupuncture treats, go to the About page.

To the approach of acupuncture I can now add the incredible power of fully customised herbal treatment. This can both speed up and even make more effective the treatment approach. I have a degree level training and use a traditional chinese medical approach brought right up to date into the modern age with effective and reliable treatments for a variety of conditions like insomnia, knee and back pain, tiredness, hot flushes to name a few. East West Clinic also has two major areas of clinical focus, as found on these pages: Acupuncture for Fertility and Acupuncture for Pain (including acupuncture for back pain).

Shiatsu Therapy is a very special treatment form, originating from Japan and closely related to acupuncture but not using needles. It uses stretching and deep pressure on the energy channels and acu-points to change and move the body's energy in exactly the same way that acupuncture does, but by not using needles I can treat a wider stretch of the channel, and sometimes in a deeper way. Of course it is very useful for clients who for some reason are scared of needles, but it seems to have a very useful place in the treatment of certain kinds of anxiety.

“4 sessions of acupuncture and your magic heat lamp have totally sorted my back and knees. Thank you! I'll be back for maintenece sessions." 
Mr. I.F. of Farnham
"My Chinese Medicine experience with Jamie has been superb! I loved the integrated approach of mind- body and emotions that I had heard so much of and can now see how well it all comes together. I came seeking help with my really stuck sleeping problems and have now really improved." Mrs W.T. of Lower Bourne
Jamie Hamilton Acupuncture Practitioner

Jamie Hamilton LicAc. LicCCHM., Bio:

Lic. Ac. MBAcC, BSc (Hons) Acupuncture, LicCCHM I have been in practice with Chinese Medicine since 2003. With my training ranging initially from therapeutic massage with the Maitri Foundation and shiatsu with the European Shiatsu School (ESS) with the great Chris Jarmey and George Dellar. I taught shiatsu for the ESS starting in 2006 and for my own school: East West College, from 2009. In that same year I started my acupuncture degree at College of Integrated Chinese Medicine (CICM) with the wonderful Angie and John Hicks who inspired the sense of importance to consider the emotional aspect of treatment. My herbal medicine training started in 2018 with the Jing Fang Apprenticeship with master herbalist Fran Turner, and I graduated this year, earning a licentiate in classical Chinese herbal medicine (LicCCHM).

I have been interested in Chinese medicine since 1987 when travelling in China where I was involved in a serious bike accident. I met a blind Chinese medicine practitioner there who used a variety of effective methods to heal my injured arm, and this planted the seed for my Chinese Medicine practice.

My recent major area of development since 2015 has been with the practice of Applied Channel Theory as taught by the incredible practitioners Dr. Wang Ju-Yi, Dr. Jason Robertson. and Johnathan Chang I have been fortunate to have met and studied with Dr. Wang in Beijing in 2016 as well as taking advanced seminars with Jason and Johnathan in Switzerland and Beijing.

I continue to teach, occasionally for colleges in the U.K. and am now co-principal of East West College, providing innovative CPD courses for acupuncture practitioners.

Blog Categories...

Contact Form

Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.
Pro-Zone

Pro-Zone is a page for Chinese Medicine professionals.