Providing patients with appropriate, safe, informed and audited treatments.
As a group of practitioners: To work towards the formation of a large case series and an evidence base of outcomes, effective and non-effective, to optimise best practice and develop a research question.


Company Overview

Acuregen is a training organisation with expertise in the field of cosmetic acupuncture and related treatments. These courses are aimed at professional acupuncturists and currently an global network has been developed, The Acuregen Cosmetic Acupuncture Network, to ensure that all trained practitioners are able to maintain up to the minute feedback on techniques, training and safe practice.

Courses are currently certified by The College of Chinese Medicine.
Courses are currently accredited by The Acupuncture Society



Our definition of Cosmetic Acupuncture:
The use of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) theory and techniques, to enhance well-being and lifestyle in order to promote and maintain a reduction of the signs of ageing.


General information

Cosmetic acupuncture is the use of a selection of fine needles in the face and body to improve circulation locally and improve the body’s homeostasis at a systemic level. There is an established evidence base to show that ‘stress’ significantly affects healing. The healing ‘cascade’ has a significant relationship with cellular health, ageing and disease prevention.


About Amanda

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.