Rebecca decided to study acupuncture after it helped her regain her energy and sort out her back problems following a long convalescence from life threatening meningitis and septicaemia.
She qualified as an acupuncturist from the International College of Oriental Medicine. This is a very classical style of acupuncture that is only taught in very few colleges worldwide. Rebecca is in the unique position of being able to combine this knowledge, along with providing a variety of acupuncture styles to obtain the best outcome for patients.
Rebecca’s main area of interests include: women’s health, aches and pains especially shoulder problems, sleep difficulties, anxiety and stress, digestive issues, hormone balance (menstrual and menopausal symptoms), depression as well as low energy.
In addition to acupuncture, other treatments offered are cupping and facial rejuvenation via acupuncture.
As well as receiving treatments, Rebecca may provide advice on diet and lifestyle from a Chinese Medicine perspective that will enhance the effects of your treatments even further.
Despite needles being used, treatments are often reported as being relaxing and deeply nourishing. As acupuncture treats the whole person and gets to the root of the issue and pattern, improvements may also be noticed in a patient’s sleep, energy and stress levels and as well as feeling like their better self while being treated for their main health issue.
As a member of the British Acupuncture Council, https://www.acupuncture.org.uk/ ,the Code of Conduct requires members to regularly update their skills and maintain a high level of acupuncture safety and standards. Rebecca loves learning new ways to help patients on their path to health and wellbeing.