I'm back and practicing. Only in my Chalgrove clinic at the moment, where I have made the necessary safeguarding changes for treatments. All is provided (sanitiser, masks etc) and be assured that apart from the hands on treatment, social distancing is maintained and you won't come into contact with any others.
It's been so nice to re-start and treat old clients, resuming treatment and getting feedback about how it has been missed. I wouldn't practice acupuncture if I didn't believe, and know, the difference it makes to so many conditions. I could fill a book (or a blog) with anecdotal examples of clients who walk out with visible improvement and feeling great.
I took the time during lockdown to take some further CPD (continuing professional development) and attended courses and received support from the British Acupuncture Council. Traditional acupuncture receives regular inputs from the field regarding treatment approaches and protocols. There is always something new to learn.
My partner in our London clinic is 'stuck in Italy' since lockdown and so I am resuming just in my clinic in Chalgrove for now. I look forwards to treating old and new.
-Fariba Lic.Ac MBAcC
Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. Ancient techniques developed over centuries of study of the human body, and mind, to evolve treatments for any condition. Points have been painstakingly mapped and linked to organs and systems. Sometimes to stimulate, and sometimes to suppress. If needles don't seem right for you, then Acupressure, Cupping, Gua-sha or Moxa is there for you.
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