Further Information and Links

Seedlings in man's hand Do not ask the world to change. Change yourself. Buddha.

There is lots of information out there on the different styles of acupuncture and how those styles are taught and practiced in the UK and further afield. Below are some links to websites which can give you an insight into different styles of acupuncture, what training is involved and a broader view of the underlying philosophy of maintaining your health using Chinese Medicine.

British Acupuncture Council

The British Acupuncture Council (BAcC) is a self-regulating body for the practice of traditional acupuncture in the UK. They are a member-led organisation, governed by an elected executive committee and driven by a specialist staff team. Their website has a fact sheet page which has information on the most up to date research on the following conditions, click on a link to view the information:

A Acne Allergic rhinitis Anxiety B Back pain Bell's palsy C Cancer care Carpal tunnel syndrome Childbirth Chronic fatigue syndrome Chronic pain Colds and flu COPD Cystitis D Dentistry Depression Dysmenorrhoea E Eczema and Psoriasis Endometriosis F Facial pain Female fertility Fibromyalgia Frozen shoulder G Gastrointestinal tract disorders H Headache Herpes Hypertension I Infertility ART Insomnia Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) M Male infertility Menopausal symptoms Migraines N Nausea and vomiting Neuropathic pain O Obesity Obstetrics Osteoarthritis P Palliative care Parkinson's disease PCOS Post-operative pain Premenstrual syndrome Puerperium R Raynaud's Rheumatoid arthritis S Sciatica Sinusitis Sports Injuries Stress Stroke Substance misuse T Tennis elbow Tinnitus Type-2 Diabetes U Urinary incontinence V Vertigo

TendingShen

TendingShen is dedicated to the provision of affordable, high quality health care for all local communities, the expansion of European and North American health education, and the continuing professional education of qualified complementary and allopathic practitioners.

Yin/Yang House

The Yin Yang House website is dedicated to the sharing and exploration of information regarding Eastern Medicine and other complementary and alternative medicine approaches between people from around the world. Our articles and resources are offered to help newcomers, students and practitioners alike understand and apply the principles inherent in natural medicines such as Traditional Chinese Medicine and many others.

Facebook

Social media is now the fastest and most effective way to share information quickly and easily with groups of people. As Acupuncture now receives more and more press I decided to create a Facebook page which would allow me to more easily share information on relevant research, news articles and information about the clinic as it arrises.

Just click on the Link to be taken to the page, then like and share on your wall.

www.facebook.com/Five.Element.Acupuncture