Book your free 20 minute consultation available Monday to Friday Call P J Cousin on 07720773890
Acupuncture: first consultation: £65.00Follow up: £58.00consultation: 1 hour treatment: 45 minutes
Herbal Medicine:1st consultation: £ 45.00Follow up: £35.004 week supply of herbs: 26.50herbs are in powder form, encapsulated for easier use
Homeopathy:First consultation: £55.00Follow up: £35.00Homeopathic remedies cost £8.50 for 2 to 3 weeks supply
PJ Cousin M.B.Ac.C is a registered London acupuncturist and herbalist with many years experience in traditional acupuncture, TCM, Chinese Herbal Medicine, and complementary therapies. He also learned massage, homeopathy, Eastern and Western Herbalism as well as acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine.
He is a member of the British Acupuncture Council
PJ Cousin taught acupuncture and Chinese Medicine and acupuncture therapy for 12 years in this country and abroad. A prolific writer he has worked as a contributor on nine books, including 3 volumes of an encyclopedia.
As a sole author, he has written three best selling books:
"Facelift at your fingertips", "Natural recipes for a perfect skin" and "Food is Medicine".
1976-2019: 43 years in Complementary Medicine, Chinese acupuncture in London, and pro-active healthcare. Acupuncture treatment, acupressure therapy and moxibustion in central London, W8, W11, W14, SW 3, SW5, Kensington and South Kensington South West London SW18, SW19, Earlsfields, Southfields and Wimbledon
Acupuncture is part of a system of medicine which originated in China thousands years ago. The principal method of treatment is by inserting very fine needles into acupuncture points which lie on meridians beneath the skin. These acupuncture points may also be treated by warming with a burning herb (moxibustion), by gentle electrical pulse (electro-acupuncture), or by laser.
Acupuncture is a world wide medicine: it is used in almost every country in the world. It is estimated that there are currently more than 3 millions practicing acupuncturists, including barefoot doctors. Acupuncture takes years to learn: a qualified practitioner of traditional Chinese Medicine needs many years of study and clinical practice in order to refine his diagnostic and therapeutic skills. Acupuncture is a complex system which requires extensive study of the classical theory, profound knowledge of both theory and practice, and the necessary background in western medicine as well.
Acupuncture for fertility:
Acupuncture for IVF support
I have 30 years experience in helping with male and female infertility, and all the conditions associated with pregnancy and afterbirth as well as PCOS, endometriosis and other gynecological problems.
Acupuncture for IVF support increases the chance of success by up to 65%
My two children were born naturally with the help of acupuncture and homeopathy
In many cases, I helped women who had difficulties conceiving; after a course of acupuncture, they became pregnant.
When these ladies wanted an other child, they again had problems. After a second course of acupuncture, they became pregnant a second time.
For me this is probably the most rewarding part of my work: there is no better feeling than when one of my patient call me to let me know that she is pregnant, or when the mother turns up at my practice, to show me her newborn baby
Acupuncture for pain
The acupuncture pain clinic is open every day
"I am here to make you feel better.
I have the tools and the expertise to treat a wide range of painful acute or chronic conditions.
I often combine alternative therapies for quick pain relief and better result"
I run walk-in pain management clinic Monday to Saturday
I use traditional acupuncture and electro-acupuncture for rapid pain relief in a wide range of chronic or acute painful conditions including:
Back and neck pain,severe lower back pain, shoulder pain, joint pain, muscle spasm, sport Injuries, arthritis, fibromyalgia, neuropathy, migraine, menstrual pain, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, chronic sinusitis and many more painful conditions.
By Alice Hart-Davis and Gita Mendis 08.05.01
The ancient chinese art of sticking very fine needles into precise points along the body's meridians, or energy channels, to treat disease and maintain health.
Not as painful as it sounds, and good for almost anything chronic, from skin problems, via migraines and digestive problems, to insomnia.
Pierre-Jean Cousin: charming and renowned also as a Chinese herbalist and homeopath. Kensington Therapy Centre, W8 (020 7376 1199).
Pierre-Jean Cousin: acupuncture The tall, grey-haired, bespectacled Frenchman has a reassuringly competent manner and a no-nonsense approach to treatment. That's just as well, since clients include some pernickety members of the Royal Family.
''He's rather sardonic and French,'' reports one patient. ''If you say 'Ow' when he sticks in a needle, he shrugs and says, 'But I can feel nothing.'''
The Kensington Therapy Centre, 213 Kensington High Street, London W8 (020 7376 1199); and at Cure-by-Nature, 95 Replingham Road, Southfields, London SW18 (020 8875 1101; www.cure-by-nature.co.uk); £50.
About us, clinic details
London Acupuncture at Cure By Nature: clinics of acupuncture and complementary medicine at 95 Repligham Road London SW18 5LU and 211-213 Kensington High Street London W8 6BD