A professional Traditional Acupuncturist with over 20 years experience, members of the British Acupuncture Council, the British Medical Acupuncture Society and a qualfified Nurse, Fiona Matthews practices at Acupuncture South Devon at The Watermark in Ivybridge.
If you'd like to speak to an experienced, professional acupucunturist and understand how acupuncture could help you then contact Fiona at Acupuncture South Devon, either by phoning 01752 895401, text or call 07767 665677 or by email or follow on twitter.
Novel coronavirus (COVID-19): 20 May 2020 Update
Next week, the British Acupuncture Council following the government guidelines will be producing the Best Practice advice for acupuncturists to return to work. There are no plans to allow us yet, but at least we can prepare extra PPE and any other equipment so we are ready. I know a lot of people are hoping their treatments will start as soon as possible. Acupuncture South Devon will return to practice as soon as it is safe and Covid-19 Secure. Keep safe.
Novel coronavirus (COVID-19): 21 March 2020 Statement
Due to the current situation with the coronavirus (COVID-19) and following Government guidance, the Watermark building (which hosts the acupuncture clinic) has temporarily closed to the public.
In addition the British Acupuncture Council (my governing body) has strongly recommended postponing treating all patients.
I continued practicing for as long as possible, but I’m now obliged to reluctantly close Acupuncture South Devon until the situation improves, when I will contact my existing patients.
I wish all my patients a safe transition through this difficult period.
- Traditional acupuncture treats the whole person, body and mind, and not just symptoms.
- It's been researched, refined and developed for centuries.
- Acupuncture is now widely used and accepted all over the world.
Treatment is aimed at the root of your condition as well as your main symptoms. This approach helps with resolving your problem and enhancing your feeling of well being.