Traditional acupuncture is growing in popularity as more and more people experience its health benefits for themselves.
The BAcC is keen to bridge the gap between traditional acupuncturists and the western medical community. We believe that combining our strengths can benefit patients as well as reducing costs for the NHS. Systems of integrated medicine are well-established in China, the USA and many other countries. In the UK some BAcC members already work within the NHS and integrated clinics. More and more studies demonstrate that traditional acupuncture is especially effective when used to complement various aspects of western healthcare.We can help you make informed decisions about integrating acupuncture into your treatment plans by providing you with:
If you want to know more about working with traditional acupuncturists and the BAcC please contact Paul Hitchcock
If you have any questions about acupuncture, browse our archive or ask an expert.
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