Our Health and Wellbeing Library

Our Health and Wellbeing Library

We are compiling a varied and balanced range of literature here at Woolpit Complementary and we’d like to share it with you.

You can now sign out books, both scientific and complementary health journals, articles relating to specific conditions and complementary treatments, and even recipe books and magazines.

This is a free service designed to help provide additional information relevant to you and your health. You can sign out almost anything from the library for a maximum period of 30 days.

The library will be available Monday to Saturday and you are welcome to pop in at any time. To be sure we’re open a call would be advisable for later hours or Saturday afternoons.

Current titles or topics include:

Positive News (quarterly magazine)

Various books explaining the principles of Acupuncture, the Five Elements and Chinese Medicine

Physical Therapy and Anatomy titles

A selection of Psychology and Sociology titles

Staying Healthy with the Seasons

1001 Home Remedies

The Fragrant Mind and The Fragrant Pharmacy

A selection of Nutrition articles relating to Vitamin D deficiency and resistance

The Journal of Chinese Medicine

This is an area that we hope to develop and grow over time, so do expect additional content month on month and we hope it may even encourage others to donate or exchange any books that may benefit others.

If you’d like to find out more or contribute, please call us on 01359 408 011 and ask to speak to Emma.

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  1. Happy New Year - Woolpit Complementary
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    […] March brings us to the Acupuncture Awareness Week (AAW). We’ll provide a thorough guide for Traditional Acupuncture as well as defining key differences between Traditional Acupuncture vs. ‘Dry needling’ or ‘Medical / Western Acupuncture’. We will share current research in acupuncture and compile a booklet of research which will remain available in our health and wellbeing library. […]


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