Eva Kupcikova

I believe in a personal approach where the patient is well informed about their options and subsequently in control of their treatment across all possible healing and therapeutic methods.

I’m here to offer you a holistic approach to your health and well-being. 

Holistic therapy is based on the belief that both the physical and mental aspects of life are closely interconnected and influence our health and wellness. Symptoms are not necessarily enemies, but opportunities to learn, grow and listen to our bodies.

‘Health and wellness’ in my practice means more than just not being ill. It means living as your best possible physical and mental self, which includes your emotional, spiritual, creative, social, and professional worlds.

As a member of an ancient, proud and noble medicine tradition, I create unique and individual treatments and treatment plans enriched with ‘hands on’ techniques that are guided by my knowledge, experience and intuition. This is supported by extensive training in western medical science and NHS standards of care. 

I was trained in Traditional Chinese Medicine as well as 5 Elements Acupuncture. These complimentary schools of thought enable me to choose the most appropriate diagnostic and treatment tools. Though needling might be my main tool, depending on your diagnosis, your treatment will consist of at least one additional modality. These include acupuncture, moxibustion, cupping, gua sha, massage and herbal supplements.

Conditions treated:

Musculo-skeletal and chronic conditions:

Neck and shoulders tensions and pain. Tennis elbow/Golfer’s elbow. Sciatica. Knee and back pain. Injury/post-surgery recover. Post-stroke recovery issues (speech, mobility). Digestive issues, IBS, abdominal discomfort

Women’s health and male infertility conditions:

Pre-menstrual Syndrome (PMS/PMT). Menstrual cycle issues. Fertility issues. Menopause symptoms. Gynaecological disorders, miscarriages and ectopic pregnancies.

Distress:

Restlessness/ Tiredness. Anxiety and Hypertension. Sleep-related problems/Insomnia. Depression. Addictions. Dizziness. Panic attacks. Mental health.

Qualifications:

BSc (Hons) from Kingston University, College of Integrated Chinese Medicine, as well as multiple qualifications in Thai Massage from the Wat Pho Medical School in Bangkok. This is coupled with over 18 years teaching, supporting, guiding and caring for people of all ages and backgrounds in the UK, Cambodia, Thailand, Laos, India, Jammu & Kashmir, Ladakh and New Zealand.