I graduated in 2010 with a BSc in Acupuncture from the internationally renowned College of Integrated Chinese Medicine.
I specialise in the treatment of women’s health and have completed a postgraduate diploma in gynaecology, fertility and obstetrics.
Originally I come from a background in academia supporting Medical research in Internationally leading universities. I also lectured at the University of Reading and I am currently a Regional Support tutor to the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine, supporting acupuncture student’s studies.
I have experienced the benefits of acupuncture firsthand. Treatment helped and left me feeling good. I was so impressed by the results I wanted to find out how it worked.
Chinese Medicine is a diagnostic system within itself. That means when you are treated by a Traditional Acupuncturist, they will diagnose your complaint according to Chinese Medicine. As a practitioner this provides the challenge of finding the root cause of the ailment through questioning the patient’s complaint and pulse and tongue diagnosis. This means I have to think and problem-solve. I enjoy that I am constantly learning and have the great pleasure of meeting many people from all walks of life while working to help them get well.
I have a young family and I love music. I play oboe, guitar and sing, having studied music and visual arts at Brighton University before becoming an acupuncturist. I also love traveling and meditation.