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Tucked away but with good access, our Lewes acupuncture clinic has a quiet location and provides a relaxed atmosphere for patients to enjoy. We have a highly professional team of staff. Diagnosis is done with great care, involves you in the process and will be explained in ways that make sense to you.
“A little bit of treatment can make a large difference”
Rick has worked in natural health since 1997 and started Sussex Acupuncture in 2004 to provide high quality traditional acupuncture within Sussex and the South-East. He practices Five-Element (Wu Xing) ‘Stems and Branches’ and TCM acupuncture. He is an experienced member of the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC) and a clinical supervisor and lecturer at The International College of Oriental Medicine (ICOM).
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