Posted on May 12, 2018
I’m Katy Bradshaw. I’m a highly regarded acupuncturist with over ten years of clinical experience. I am a member of the British Acupuncture Council and a graduate of the renowned College of Integrated Chinese Medicine.
I became an acupuncturist after receiving treatment myself; firstly as a child and then later in life. The treatment I received had a hugely positive impact on my life. As a result of my personal and professional experience I truly believe acupuncture can transform a person’s health – both physically and mentally.
I already had a degree in Social Anthropology from Sussex University so took a great interest in people. After several years working in the public sector I began looking for a way to make a real change to people’s lives and decided to train as an acupuncturist.
Since then I have also undertaken further study in fertility and specialised pain relief techniques. I am also a member of ACT – the Brighton Acupuncture Childbirth Team.
As a result of my training I draw on both Traditional Chinese Medicine and Five Elements theory and use a combination of styles and techniques. These include full body acupuncture, moxibustion, cupping and auricular acupuncture.
My integrated approach means that I can treat a range of emotional and physical complaints and any underlying constitutional imbalance patients may have. I strongly believe that our emotional well-being plays an important role in our physical health and vice versa.
I also blend my treatments with ongoing lifestyle and dietary advice which enhances the benefits.
Posted on July 9, 2015
I have appointments from 9.00am to 3.00pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
37 Stanmer Park Road
There is plenty of free on-street parking outside. Alternatively you can catch the 26 or 46 bus from town to Fiveways and I’m just around the corner.
On Mondays I have appointments from 11am – 7pm at:
55a Grantham Road
The clinic is located up a small side lane opposite the Grantham Road entrance to Downs Junior School, just where the yellow zigzag lines are.
It’s a narrow road that leads to some garages behind the houses, and whilst it is wide enough to get a car up you may prefer to park on a street nearby.
Please remember that if you are arriving for your appointment close to 9am or 3pm, when school is opening and closing, that Grantham Road is closed to through-traffic.
To make an appointment please contact me directly on 07967316964 or via the contact form.
Posted on May 6, 2014
To make an appointment
To make an appointment for acupuncture in Brighton or for a chat about your symptoms and what acupuncture can do for you please contact me on 07967 316964.
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