A member of the UK’s largest regulatory body for Acupuncture, the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC). Stephanie achieved a Bachelor of Science degree and Licentiate in Acupuncture after training for 4 years at the renowned College of Integrated Chinese Medicine in Reading.
Stephanie is trained in two styles of Traditional Acupuncture; Five Element and Traditional Chinese Medicine, along with appropriate levels of bio-medical sciences including, anatomy and physiology. These styles are combined to find the best treatment plan for patients, providing a complementary approach to treatment where appropriate.
With a particular interest in using acupuncture to treat musculoskeletal conditions, acupuncture during pregnancy, fertility, chronic pain, and long-standing health conditions.
Committed to continually improving and updating her practice through ongoing professional development and research. Stephanie is able to work co-operatively with practitioners of conventional medicine and other complementary therapists to help each patient to optimal health. Currently she is undertaking a research sabbatical and unable to take on new patients.
It was a trip to India in 2008 that first sparked her interest in Acupuncture; the holistic approach of the Chinese principles of health, healing and wellbeing absolutely made sense. Stephanie’s interest in acupuncture grew from her own positive experience using it in pregnancy, childbirth, miscarriage, for stress and general wellbeing.
As a result of acupuncture treatments Stephanie understood her health better and realised the lifestyle changes needed to stay healthy in mind and body.
Prior to being an Acupuncturist, Stephanie had a successful and busy career working with online businesses. She ran a successful acupuncture practice in London before moving to Sheffield in 2015 with her husband and daughter to be closer to family.