I have been practising acupuncture and Chinese medicine continuously since I graduated in 1981.

I have been practising acupuncture and Chinese medicine continuously since 1981.

I trained in the UK at the International College of Oriental Medicine, and in China at the Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

I am a member of the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC), the main body regulating professional acupuncturists in the UK.

The BAcC ensures that it’s members maintain high standards of education, practice and ethics, and requires me to maintain a high standard of practice skills through continuing professional development (CPD).

I have full professional indemnity insurance.

I am a member of the Acupuncture Fertility Network (AFN), a professional body for acupuncturists supporting men and women with fertility related problems.

Holisitic approach

Although I mainly practise Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), I am well versed in many different styles of acupuncture.

I aim to provide a warm and professional environment for your treatment.

I use Chinese medicine to treat you as a whole person.

I look at your unique energy system in order to understand how it’s flow and balance may be damaged, blocked, and unbalanced.

I look for the weaknesses, the strengths, and how your system can be rebalanced, harmonised, remedied, reinvigorated.

As part of the treatment, I will suggest ways in which, depending on your condition, you can help to improve and maintain your continuing health and well-being.

What i do

I have a Special Interest in the following:

  • Female and Male Infertility
  • Gynaecology / Menstrual problems
  • Headache / Migraine
  • Digestive Disorders
  • Respiratory Disorders, including Hayfever and Rhinitis
  • Pain management, sports injuries, musculo-skeletal impairment
  • Emotional problems including Stress, Anxiety, Depression, Insomnia.

Food and diet is an integral part of Chinese medicine and can be used as part of the treatment in addition to acupuncture. I can offer you guidance on diet, dietary supplementation (vitamins and minerals), remedial exercise (including Qigong), relaxation and meditation, and stress management.

Treatments may be covered by Private Medical Insurance.