We have been working hard behind the scenes to develop a site that’s fit for purpose, providing advice and guidance for the public and our members. We lay out what is acupuncture, what the evidence says, what to expect in your treatment, and what our members are doing to ensure your safety during the current COVID pandemic.
The BAcC is looking for a full-time Communications Officer to join our small team based in West London. The team is currently working on a hybrid model – we value the benefits of coming together in person as a team and we also work well together remotely.
Mental health is one of the foremost reasons for people in the UK to consult traditional acupuncturists. Mental health problems have been forecast to rise significantly as a result of the current coronavirus pandemic and many acupuncture patients, not just those who originally presented with mental health issues but also those suffering physical pain, found it difficult to cope without their treatment.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has published a new guideline for chronic pain. This guideline was driven by the urgent need to cut down prescriptions of opioids and other painkillers and includes acupuncture as one of the four recommended treatments.