How can I find a qualified acupuncturist?

Members of the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC) have completed a thorough training of at least three years in traditional acupuncture and bio medical sciences appropriate to the practice of acupuncture. They carry the letters MBAcC after their name. The BAcC maintains common standards of education, ethics, discipline and practice to ensure the health and safety of the public at all times. Members are covered by Medical Malpractice and Public/ Products Liability insurance.

The BAcC currently has more than 2,500 members whose details are published in an annual Register of Practitioner Members. A copy of the full Register can be obtained by sending a cheque for £4.50 to the office, or the BAcC office can post or fax to you a list of your local practitioner members free of charge. Simply telephone, write or e-mail giving your name and address (including full postcode).

Alternatively you can do your own search for your nearest practitioner by visiting the British Acupuncture Council website at www.acupuncture.org.uk and clicking on 'find an acupuncturist'.

British Acupuncture Council
63 Jeddo Road
London W12 9HQ

Tel: +44 (0) 20 8735 0400
Fax: +44 (0) 20 8735 0404
e-mail: info@acupuncture.org.uk
website: www.acupuncture.org.uk

Jonathan Orchard MBAcC



 

 




What is Acupuncture?
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Who has Acupuncture?
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Diagnosis
Treating the whole person

Consultation
The First Visit

How often will I need treatment?

Should my doctor know?
Is it safe?

How can I find a qualified Acupuncturist?

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©Jonathan Orchard
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