Lindsay Fieldhouse BSc. (Hons) MBAcC

Practitioner

Get to know Lindsay...

Lindsay Fieldhouse     BSc. (Hons), MBAcC

Qualifying with First Class Degree in BSc (Hons) Acupuncture following 3 years of studying at the prestigious Northern College of Acupuncture, Lindsay is a registered Acupuncturist and member of The British Acupuncture Council and featured in an article on the colleges blog which you can read here.

Combining Traditional Chinese Acupuncture (TCM) with Japanese Acupuncture and Dr Tan's Balance Method creates a truly bespoke treatment approach.  

Lindsay's Story:

"I gained first hand experience of the benefits of acupuncture after suffering endometriosis and a series of recurrent miscarriages. I was most impressed by the impact that the treatments had on my emotional health, an aspect that I hadn't considered. After so many pregnancies and miscarriages in such a short space of time, my physical health was poor with very low energy and depression whilst dealing with the grief of losing so many babies. After just one treatment I felt a noticeable improvement in my mood like a weight had been lifted and I was in a much better place to deal with my emotions effectively. From that point on I was sold and I went on to have acupuncture throughout the pregnancy of my babies and even used some acupressure during labour. Acupuncture is now an integral part of my health maintenance regime with continued regular treatments to keep me in good health. Emotional health is something near to my heart and I consider it a great honour to treat and support the health of the community." Lindsay Fieldhouse

Lindsay is also fully trained in using a wide range of traditional Chinese practices, such as electro-acupuncture, moxibustion, cupping, and auricular acupuncture and is committed to continuing professional development and keeping skills up to date. 

CERTIFIED TRAINING

  • First Degree Honours BSc (Hons) Acupuncture from the Northern College of Acupuncture

  • Level 1 Paediatric Acupuncture Diploma taught be Julian Scott

  • Kiiko Matsumoto style Japanese Acupuncture taught by Avi Magidoff

  • Dr Tan's Balance Method taught by Si Yuan

  • Facial Acupuncture with Paul Adkins of Facial Enhance ®

  • Nutrition (Level 4, AfN certified)

NON CERTIFIED TRAINING

  • Causes, diagnosis and treatment of teenage anxiety and depression: an epidemic of our times by Rebecca Avern

  • Treating emotional trauma with Chinese medicine by CT Holman

  • Paediatric Autism Spectrum Disorders with David Allen (USA), and commentary from Dr Julian Scott (UK)

  • Childhood Food Allergies with ​Rebecca Avern

  • Childhood Immunizations with Dr Julian Scott

  • Introduction to Homeopathy

She also holds BSc. (Hons) Equine Science & Technology from Bishop Burton College and has a particular interest in animals. Current UK legislation prevents the treatment of animals by anyone other than a trained veterinarian however the use of laser acupuncture may become available in the future depending on current legislations and insurance. 

The Northern College of Acupuncture featured Lindsay on their blog...

 
 

Quality Assurance

 

The British Acupuncture Council (BAcC) are committed to ensuring all patients receive the highest standard of professional care during their acupuncture treatment. Our Code of Professional Conduct governs ethical and professional behaviour, while the Code of Safe Practice sets benchmark standards for best practice in acupuncture. All BAcC members are bound by these codes.

All members of the BAcC can offer you the following assurances:
 

  • BSc or BA degree level training or its equivalent in traditional acupuncture, Chinese medicine, and western biomedical sciences including anatomy, physiology and pathology (3,600 hours of study)

  • compliance with current UK health and safety legislation

  • full medical malpractice and public/products liability insurance cover

  • expert practice skills maintained by following a mandatory individual programme of continuing professional development (CPD)

  • regular updates from the BAcC regarding practitioners' professional obligations to the public

  • compliance with BAcC Code of Safe Practice and Code of Professional Conduct

  • patient access to the BAcC complaints and disciplinary procedures

  • English language skills at least equivalent to those required of doctors and nurses working in the UK


Acupuncturists registered with the BAcC carry the letters MBAcC after their name.

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Contact us

07960 072 951

lindsay@haloacupuncture.co.uk

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