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AMANDA SHAYLE

 

Amanda is a Practitioner of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine. She is joint head of research and development as well as a senior lecturer for the College of Chinese Medicine, London. In her role as Vice Chairman of The Acupuncture Society, a professional society of TCM practitioners, she is representing her members on The Acupuncture Stakeholder Group (ASG).  In 2011 her work with The Microsystems Acupuncture Regulatory Working Group (MARWG), achieved voluntary self-regulation under the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC). This new register is for Microsystems Acupuncture.   Amanda has recently been appointed as a member of the Profession Specific Board (PSB) for the CNHC in respect of this register.  www.cnhc.org.uk

As a Clinician in private practice she has a special interest in women’s health, with particular interest in cosmetic acupuncture, infertility and cancer prevention. She is a Member of the Acupuncture Fertility Network and London Acupuncture Childbirth Team – ACT London. She lectures in Cosmetic Acupuncture and runs a private on-line forum,

The Acuregen Cosmetic Acupuncture Network, working towards continued professional development and safe practice as well as research projects.

Amanda is committed to promoting the integration of acupuncture into the NHS and developing scientific CAM research methods. Her collaboration with award-winning Get Well UK and departments within the NHS Research Consortium resulted in a successful and groundbreaking conference in October 2007 exploring the complexity of evidence base research, commissioning of CAM services and the possibility of integrated clinical studies. In June 2008 she represented acupuncture alongside hypnotherapy in a debate at the UK National Smoking Cessation conference. Amanda is currently undertaking formal scientific studies in order that she will be able to make an up to the minute scientific contribution to the researched evidence base projects that she hopes to soon be instrumental in developing and being involved in.

Specialties:

As a Clinician in private practice she has a special interest in women’s health, with particular interest in cosmetic acupuncture, infertility and cancer prevention

Clinic:

Please contact Amanda directly for an appointment at info@acuregen.co.uk
Visit our clinic pages for more information.

Experience:

Senior Lecturer & Joint Head of Research & Development at The College of Chinese Medicine 2005 – Present.

Vice Chairman, The Acupuncture Society

Founder & Managing Director of Acuregen Ltd

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