Taste of Space Acupuncture clinic - ACMAC

West Sussex – Worthing: Taste of Space Community Acupuncture

Address of clinic: Salt Water Studios Stoke Abbott Court Stoke Abbott Road Worthing West Sussex BN11 1HE Telephone: 07719531085 Website: www.tasteofspace.co.uk/community Clinic email: annemarie@tasteofspace.co.uk Practitioners: Anne-Marie Fouche Appointment system: booked appointments Charge for first appointment/consultation: £15-£35 Charge for follow-up appointments: £15-£35 Treatments offered: Full body acupuncture, ear/NADA, moxa, cupping

ACMAC CLINIC 4goodhealth

Yorkshire – Sheffield: 4 Good Health

Address of clinic:  Suite 7, Cherry Tree Offices Union Road Nether Edge Sheffield Yorkshire S11 9EF Telephone:07790276565 Website: www.4goodhealth.org.uk/ Clinic email: 4goodhealth1@gmail.com Practitioners: Anette Lucas Appointment system: booked appointments Charge for first appointment / consultation: £40 Charge for follow-up appointments: £25 Treatments offered:  Full body acupuncture, ear/NADA, moxa, cupping, facial acupuncture

ACMAC outreach

ACMAC Outreach

Outreach for ACMAC – Role Description This person or team is genius at getting people inspired, starting discussion and so on. How might this inspiration be passed on? • Writing and publishing articles • Blogging • Using Facebook, Twitter and other social media to spread the word about the bigger picture, and also about smaller stories such as new clinics …

ACMAC membership secretary

ACMAC Membership secretary

Membership Secretary – Role Description New members Deal with inquiries from ACMAC members, or concerning membership Liase with treasurer about membership payments Process membership application forms and send out confirmation of membership Issue receipts for membership payments Create members’ Clinic pages on website, and update these as required Keep membership spreadsheet current Maintain the details of the member clinics on …

ACMAC event organiser

ACMAC Events Organiser

Events Organiser for ACMAC – Role Description This is an important role, because events breathe new life into the organization, inspire members old and new, create a sense of working together / community, and result in increased membership. It would be great to aim for 3 workshops per annum at least (online, or face to face), one conference, and perhaps …

ACMAC coordinator

ACMAC Coordinator

ACMAC Co-ordinator – Role Description The Co-ordinator is completely committed to the overall health of ACMAC, and knows what is happening across the organization, staff and volunteers. The Co-ordinator can (and should) get other people involved in doing lots of tasks – but if one of those volunteers drops back, the Co-ordinator is responsible for making sure those essential tasks …

ACMAC role of treasurer

ACMAC Treasurer

ACMAC Treasurer – Role Description Liase with membership secretary: say when new payments have come in to the account, or when expected payments have not arrived. Liase with accountants: complete accountants’ spreadsheet each month and answer any other queries. Liase with Events Organiser: confirm that those planning to attend events have paid. Pay cheques into the Co-op bank (or Post …

ACMAC meeting

ACMAC meetings

Welcome! This is a brief introduction to how we do meetings and decision-making.   A meeting is any time two or more people get together to talk about our work. There are broadly two kinds of meetings: Operational and Policy. Operational meetings are for getting things done. Policy meetings are for asking how things went, learning together, and deciding what …

Grievance and Discipline processes

The core assumptions behind our Grievance and Discipline processes CORE ROLE: Our core role, as Aptivate employees, is to serve as General Members of Staff (GMS). DUTIES OF THE CORE ROLE: As GMS, we are each expected to contribute significant value to Aptivate and our clients, and reduce or eliminate risk, waste, and unproductive conflict, to the best of our …

ACMAC mission statement

Mission Statement

ACMAC’s Mission: Supporting multibed clinics where practitioners can treat several people at the same time, and helping patients find those clinics, we make acupuncture affordable and accessible to as many people as possible, whatever their income or social background; at the same time, we help practitioners earn a living worthy of their dedication and training. We believe these aims are …

Privacy Policy

The privacy and security of your personal information is extremely important to us. This privacy policy explains how and why we use your personal data, to make sure you stay informed and can be confident about giving us your information. We’ll keep this page updated to show you all the things we do with your personal data. This policy applies …

Comparison of acupuncture and other drugs for chronic constipation: A network meta-analysis – L.Zhu et al – 2018

Abstract The objective of this study was to compare the efficacy and side effects of acupuncture, sham acupuncture and drugs in the treatment of chronic constipation. Randomized controlled trials (RCTs) assessing the effects of acupuncture and drugs for chronic constipation were comprehensively retrieved from electronic databases (such as PubMed, Cochrane Library, Embase, CNKI, Wanfang Database, VIP Database and CBM) up …

Acupuncture for Chronic Pain: Update of an Individual Patient Data Meta-Analysis

Highlights •Acupuncture has a clinically relevant effect on chronic pain that persists over time. •The effect of acupuncture cannot be explained only by placebo effects. •Factors in addition to the specific effects of needling are important contributors. •Referral for acupuncture treatment is a reasonable option for chronic pain patients. Abstract Despite wide use in clinical practice, acupuncture remains a controversial …

ACMAC clinic Beeston community acupuncture

Nottinghamshire – Beeston: Beeston Community Acupuncture

Beeston Community Acupuncture is a joint-venture with colleagues Sandra Linnett (acupuncture) & Emma Brown (reflexology). We are open every Tuesday at Middle Street Resource Centre, Beeston, NG9 2AR for acupuncture & reflexology treatments.

This is a “multibed” setting, meaning that several people are treated together in one room. This is an authentically Eastern way to receive treatment, which not only reduces costs, but also facilitates a sense of togetherness and community spirit which enhances the overall healing effects.

Acupuncture treatment costs £20 and lasts around 45 minutes. Your practitioner will place your needles and leave them to do their work. This frees us up to check on other patients whilst you relax.

Reflexology treatment costs £15 and lasts for 30 minutes.

ACMAC Clinic One Acupuncture

Devon – Barnstaple: One Acupuncture

At One Acupuncture® our aim is to enable you to live life well, by providing effective Traditional East Asian Medicine (TEAM) for body and mind, delivered by an experienced professional in a supportive and caring environment.

Every patient is treated as one whole person (body and mind). Treatment seeks to bring back balance to the whole, so you can achieve your full potential and live life well. We commonly see patients who come for Pain, Women’s Health (including Fertility & Pregnancy), Mental Health & Cancer Support.

Cambridge affordable acupuncture ACMAC clinic

Cambridgeshire – Cambridge: Cambridge Affordable Acupuncture

I set up Cambridge Affordable Acupuncture this Sunday pop up community acupuncture clinic in Haslingfield in Cambridge because I have a vision of seeing widespread access to acupuncture treatment. Community Acupuncture allows the cost of acupuncture to be reduced as more than one person is seen at a time. I am passionate about this therapy and its traditional roots. With my training to integrate various forms of acupuncture treatment from various lineages of the therapy, I focus on treating acute & chronic pain, health complaints, fatigue, male & female fertility, emotional wellbeing, bereavement support, acute stress & trauma.

Jess Buck Acupuncture ACMAC clinic

Oxfordshire – Oxford: The Acupuncture Shed

Address of clinic: 231 Campbell Road Oxford OX4 3NS Telephone: 07792394801 Clinic email: jessbuck@gmail.com Clinic website: www.jessbuck.com Practitioners: Jess Buck and Emily Carson Appointment system: booked Charge for first appointment / consultation: £45 Charge for follow-up appointments: £25 Opening times: Treatments offered: Full body acupuncture, Ear / NADA acupuncture, Moxibustion, Cupping