Acupuncture in the news

Source: Healthcare Leader

Date/Issue: April 2019

Deputy editor Angela Sharda speaks to Naava Carman, who runs The Fertility Support Company, about what the NHS’s top executives can learn from leaders in other professions

Source: Every Mum

Date/Issue: March 2019

IVF can be both physically and emotionally demanding on a couple, so it can be reassuring to do whatever you can to improve your chances of success, to boost the possibility of getting pregnant and having a successful pregnancy, and to help minimise the inevitable stress.

Fertility expert Emma Cannon gives tips and advice on how improve your chances of a successful IVF.

Source: Holistic Scotland

Date/Issue: May 2019

The British Acupuncture Council is calling on UK health care professionals to consider prescribing acupuncture for patients with anxiety.

Source: Hayley Hall

Date/Issue: April 2019

I’ve always been about the facts, about the evidence and scientific grounding; my background in history, sociology and product development (paired with a very logical mind) means there’s often no space for fluff and flippery, which makes my interest in acupuncture all the more unexpected. For the last 18 months I’ve been visiting an acupuncturist regularly (roughly every fortnight) to tackle all number of niggles and issues,

Source: Fertility Road

Date/Issue: March 2019

Each year 68,000 couples go through IVF in the UK; in 2016, there were 20,028 births as a result of IVF. Fertility treatment can be expensive, and there are fine margins between positive and negative outcomes.
Page 1 of 5

BAcC Factsheets

Research based factsheets have been prepared for over 60 conditions especially for this website

Browse the facts

Press Contact

Katie Osborne

Tel: 07990 922615