Members of the British Acupuncture Council must have degree level qualifications in acupuncture and adhere to the Council’s strict Codes of Safe Practice and Professional Conduct. Degree courses in acupuncture are a minimum of 3,600 hours of study, including traditional acupuncture, Chinese medicine, and western biomedical sciences including anatomy, physiology and pathology.
Jasbinder Chana, BSc (Hons), LicAc, MBAcC
Jasbinder practices an integrated method of acupuncture incorporating Constitutional Five Element and Traditional Chinese Medicine styles of acupuncture. This approach allows her to treat her patients holistically, promoting natural healing by encouraging the body into a state of balance.
She treats a wide range of conditions and ailments and strongly believes that acupuncture can help everyone to regain a natural sense of balance and wellbeing in their lives. Each treatment is tailored to the individual and aims to treat the root cause of a health problem, which brings longer lasting benefits. Acupuncture is considered suitable for all ages and can be safely used alongside conventional medicine.
Jasbinder has a special interest in treating migraines, musculoskeletal, gynaecological and fertility issues. She has undertaken further specialist training and also offers Cosmetic Acupuncture, Guasha, Cupping and Tui Na massage. She is a proud member of the British Acupuncture Council, which means that she adheres to the highest standards of training, care and practice. Jasbinder is a graduate of the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine.