How to stop sciatic pain yourself with acupressure _ MARIE’S CHINESE MEDICINE TRAVEL TIPS

In this video, I’ll show you a step by step guide how to stop pain with an acupressure sequence.

I suggest you download this video to your device, have it ready to watch and follow along the next time your on a plane and stuck in back pain…If you liked it, I would love you to leave a comment.


Chinese Medicine practitioner, Marie Hopkinson shows you step by step how to stop pain by yourself. This is really useful when you are stuck in pain, in an airport, aeroplane or remote area and you can’t get to your acupuncturist for treatment.

If you have un-diagnosed pain, please use common sense and seek medical help / proper diagnosis. This video is not meant to be a replacement for professional medical/healthcare advice.


Marie Hopkinson is a Chinese Medicine Practitioner, Practicing from her clinic in North Perth, WA- METRO HEALTH AND MEDICINE. Marie can be consulted for appointments, while in-person is preferred, Email /phone consultations can be arranged. Marie has been practicing since 2000, completing initial 3-year course in Chinese Medicine at the Perth Academy of Natural Therapies in WA. Marie has been to China for additional training in the Hangzhou Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital (Hangzhou Shi Zhong Yi Yuan) twice as well as completing a Master of International Health at Curtin University in 2006. Marie is passionate about the effective practice and understanding of Chinese Medicine and enjoys the opportunity to educate patients about the benefits of self-help aspects such as diet therapy, as well as teaching Chinese Medicine at the Endeavour College of Natural Health.

For more info about booking an appointment with Marie CLICK HERE.

For more info about conditions treated with Acupuncture, and Chinese Herbal Medicine CLICK HERE.

As with any health problem, we recommend seeking appropriate medical attention, professional diagnosis and immediate emergency help if you have undiagnosed pain or symptoms particularly if the symptoms are escalating (getting worse and worse). If you see a practitioner at Metro health and Medicine they may also refer you to a western medicine doctor (GP or hospital) as appropriate. This blog is not intended to replace a medical treatment or consultation.