Years before embarking on my education to become an acupuncturist I received acupuncture treatment in Toronto. The results were fantastic, chronic stresses which had plagued me seemed to melt away and I regained a sense of balance in my life.
A few years later I trained at the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine, upon completion of my degree I received my Licentiate of Acupuncture (Lic Ac).
How long have I been in practice?
I have proudly been a full time acupuncturist and member of the BAcC for eight years.
How are standards of acupuncture controlled?
I’m a fully insured member of the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC) which is the foremost regulatory body of acupuncturists in the UK. I adhere to strict ethics and safe practice set out by the BAcC. I strive for excellence in my practice and continually attend professional development as well as mentorship over the course of the year. The areas of interest in my practice in which I attend post graduate development are gynaecology, fertility, cosmetic acupuncture, five element acupuncture and cancer.
Following a cancer diagnosis many years ago I became interested in how acupuncture can support people with cancer. It's a real joy to treat various outcomes and challenges in the area of cancer and the individual journey unique to each person I meet.
As part of my charity aspect of practice I volunteer for My Cancer My Choices. MCMC is a registered charity which provides complimentary therapies for patients going through cancer treatment at varying stages in Berkshire. Please contact me if you have any questions about acupuncture for symptoms due to cancer.