The British Medical Acupuncture Society is a registered charity established to encourage the use and scientific understanding of acupuncture within medicine for the public benefit. It seeks to enhancethe education and training of suitably qualified practitioners, and to promote high standards of working practices in acupuncture. Members are regulated healthcare professionals who practice acupuncture within the scope of their professional practice.
Acubody therapies are integrating an up to date understanding of fascial anatomy and postural dysfunction, biomechanics and movement training with the Chinese medicine systems of acupuncture andherbal medicine to deliver you optimal care. We always see the person as a unique individual and listen to your needs, we blend the approaches used specifically for your care.
Relief is Now Within Reach. Welcome to Covent Garden Acupuncture. Situated in Covent Garden our Central London location places us within easy reach of Covent Garden, Leicester Square and Charing Crossstations. Specialising in acupuncture for fertility, IVF support, back pain, stress and stress related illness.
By aiming to treat the cause of disease, five element acupuncture corrects our imbalances and restores us to health. Ultimately, the aim of five element acupuncture is to treat the whole system,rebalancing at the core rather than surface level. When the body is helped to function at its optimum potential energetically, its natural healing processes are restarted, leading to increased wellbeing and balance.
I started studying and practicing acupuncture about ten years ago. My training has included many months in Chinese hospitals and private clinics. Over the years I taught myself to read Chinese, whichis of considerable benefit in clinical practice, because the vast majority of medical literature is written in Chinese and is unlikely ever to be translated, because the market for it is so small.
Acupuncture is a tried and tested system of medicine that has been used for around 2,000 years in China and parts of Asia. It is increasingly being used and acknowledged in the West as a profoundlyeffective treatment therapy for many modern ailments. It is often used as an alternative but also as a complement to conventional medicine. The wide and extensive use of acupuncture, through the ages, is a testimony to its effectiveness and adaptability.