Acupuncture in Hull
Core acupuncture is conveniently situated in the heart of Hull’s Old Town making it possible for those who work in the city centre to fit treatment in around their working hours. Grammar School Yard is easy to access of the A63 making it within easy reach for not only residents of Hull but also Beverley, the villages east and west of the city and the wider East Yorkshire area.
Core Acupuncture is owned and run by Jane Marsh who provides traditional acupuncture through individualised treatments to maximise each patient's health and wellbeing. These treatments are based on the priciples of Chinese Medicine which is very different from Western Medicine and results in a completely fresh view on each patient's health.
Could acupuncture help you?
If the answer to any of these is 'Yes' then acupuncture could help you.
Contact fully qualified and insured acupuncturist Jane today to find out how she could help you.
In Safe Hands.
Jane has been working in health care for more than 30years. First in the NHS before retraining in Traditional Chinese Medicine. She has attended regular training through the years since in her quest to improve as an acupuncturist and therefore increase the effectiveness of her treatments. She now uses Balance Method Acupuncture which is gaining a worldwide reputation for quick and reliable results. This style is best known for treatment of pain but is also very effective in treating other conditions. In fact acupuncture can be helpful for people with most health issues be them physical, mental or emotional.
The British Acupuncture Council
Jane at Core Acupuncture is a member of The British Acupuncture Council (BAcC), the UK's largest professional/self- regulatory body for the practice of traditional acupuncture. Membership ensures a high level of professional training, and ongoing continuous professional development as well as working within a strict code of conduct. All BAcC members are fully insured and registered with their local environmental health department. To learn more about acupuncture and The British Acupuncture Council Click here.
The General Medical Council guidelines enable GPs to refer to practitioners on the Professional Standards Authority accredited register. The BAcC was one of the first organisations to become PSA accredited. This scheme is designed to recognise that an accredited organisation maintains high standards of training, safe practice and professional conduct.