Who is the best acupuncturist in Brighton?

You are only one Google query away from entering “best acupuncturist in Brighton”, so here is a list of who I think are the top Brighton acupuncturists, along with details of the treatments and services they provide.

Jo Darling specialises in supporting women through cancer, fertility & pregnancy. She is passionate about natural menopause and is the founder of Menopoised.
35 Robertson Road, Brighton, BN15NJ
tel: 01273 251575

Drea Campos Little combines acupuncture with naturopathy. She also practises facial rejuvenation acupuncture, a natural way to reduce wrinkles and fine lines, and lift and tone skin colour and texture. She is available for home visits upon request.
101 Dyke Road, Brighton, BN1 3JE
tel: 07742794696

Mo Froud specialises in fertility and runs a busy clinic on Medeira Drive. She has a wealth of knowledge when it comes to IVF.
The Body Hub , 299, Maderia Drive , Brighton, BN2 1EN
tel: 07824556944

Rosie Jackson specialises in paediatric acupuncture and provides gentle and effective treatment for children.
The Hummingbird clinic, 207 Ditchling Road, Brighton, BN1 6JB
tel: 01273 504488

Hove Community Acupuncture is the best low-cost community clinic in the city. They offer treatment in a multi-bed setting for those that can’t afford one-to-one treatment.
Tree of Life Centre, 143-145, 145 Portland Rd, Hove BN3 5QJ
tel: 01273 220159

How to choose an acupuncturist

When choosing a practitioner the first thing you should check is whether they are a member of a regulatory body.  The British Acupuncture Council (BAcC) regulates the majority of acupuncturists in the UK although there are others.

The BAcC ensures that we are suitably trained, qualified, insured and that we keep our continuing professional development up to date. Acupuncturists should carry the logo on their website and you can check directly with the BAcC for registered practitioners in your area.

If you are visiting someone who isn’t BAcC registered, make sure that they are regulated by an organisation that is listed on the Public Standards Authority (PSA) register.

You may also want to check out their reviews – the best acupuncturist in Brighton will be happy to share testimonials from satisfied clients.

You can read some of my testimonials on google reviews.

If you like the look of a practitioner and they are suitable trained and insured, then I would always advise calling them up for a chat. That way you can really get a feel for whether they’re going to be the right person for you.

I offer all new clients a free 30-minute telephone consultation. This enables us to see if we’re a good fit and for you to ask any questions you might have about how acupuncture can help you.

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