ingrid1I qualified as a physiotherapist in 1979. In 1991 I studied acupuncture for two years at the British College of Acupuncture, London. In 1994 I attended an advanced acupuncture course in Wuhan, China.

Since then I have been using both physiotherapy and acupuncture, developing a deep love of the latter. For three years (2006-2008) I was employed by a GP surgery to provide acupuncture for a variety of physical and psychological conditions and a wide range of chronic problems that conventional medicine tends to have difficulty treating.

I started working at The Brixton Therapy Centre in January 2009. My primary concern is to establish a good relationship with my patients and to find a treatment which works for them. I use gentle needling techniques that I have refined over more than 15 years.

If you would like more information about how acupuncture may help, click on the following links:

Getting to the Point of Traditional Acupuncture

Review and Analysis of Reports on Controlled Clinical Trials          (pages 23-26)

Research Fact Sheets

Acupuncture is a beautiful, ancient form of medicine which helps the body to heal itself and people to become healthy and happy.