"Superb Acupuncture. Liz is quite simply the best out there. She has a warm, caring manner delivering effective acupuncture with a hearty dose of emotional support. I have been going to her regularly for years and I could not recommend her highly enough. She is a real tonic"
Welcome to my website. I specialise in Fertility Acupuncture and Nutritional Therapy combining these to ensure the best chance of fertility success and a healthy pregnancy and baby. I also enjoy working with stress and anxiety.
My focus is hormone balance...including menstrual problems, stress, anxiety, PCOS, endometriosis, natural fertility, IVF support, pregnancy care, recurrent miscarriage, perimenopause and menopause. I have many years of experience and very many happy results. My practice is based on current research of fertility, pregnancy and hormones, plus Traditional Chinese Medicine knowledge.
acupuncturist & nutritional therapist with over 20 years experience
BSc (1st class hons) Acupuncture
MSc Clinical Nutrition
member British Acupuncture Council - MBAcC
member British Fertility Society
member Royal Society of Medicine
member Acupuncture Childbirth Team (ACT) London
associate at Therapy Harley Street
held senior lecturer and research supervisor posts LCTA/University of Portsmouth
co-author "A Consumer's Guide to Over-the-Counter-Medicines" Hamlyn 1996
background: registered Nurse with Obstetric experience
regularly attend lectures and conferences at British Fertility Society, Royal Society of Medicine and Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
harley street, primrose hill, belsize park & olney
I'm based at Harley St. W1, Primrose Hill NW1, and Belsize Park NW3. I also see patients in Olney, MK46.
about the website
The site is designed to be an information resource to assist current patients, and people who are deciding whether acupuncture treatment is right for them. You will find links to relevant research wherever conditions are mentioned. The contents of this site are for information only. This site is not intended to be a substitute for taking medical advice. Always consult a qualified healthcare practitioner especially if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or taking any medication.
The research included here will mostly have been published in the last 5 years in western medical journals. Studies are human unless otherwise noted, and small studies are noted as such.