My name is Kaye Rooney. I am a fully qualified traditional acupuncturist with treatment rooms in the village of Willingham, which lies conveniently off the A14 within easy reach of Cambridge, Ely and Huntingdon, as well as nearby villages including Waterbeach and Cottenham, Longstanton, Over and Swavesey. The new town of Northstowe is just minutes away.
I’m a graduate of The Acupuncture Academy with a Distinction in the Professional Licentiate in Acupuncture.
The licentiate is a three-year degree level qualification accredited by the British Acupuncture Accreditation Board.
I was also Highly Commended for my clinical work. My training was extensive and covered all aspects of Chinese medical and acupuncture theory, with a focus on the five element approach. This means that I will consider your main health problem in the context of a holistic approach to you as an individual. Read about my some of my patients’ experiences with me.
I am a member of the British Acupuncture Council and follow the Council’s Codes of Safe Practice and Professional conduct.
British Acupuncture Council members are on an voluntary register (AVR) that has been accredited by the Professional Standards Authority.
The AVR scheme was set up by the Government to improve standards and safety for the benefit of the public, and my membership of this register demonstrates my commitment to high professional standards, enhancing safety and delivering a better service.
The Professional Standards Authority is a government body set up to regulate health and social care providers, and is accountable to Parliament.
My practice is licensed by South Cambridgeshire District Council and I hold full medical malpractice and public/products liability insurance cover.
Get in touch for a free 20-minute consultation . Ask any questions you have and find out more about how acupuncture can help you as an individual cope better with a range of common health challenges, chronic and/or acute.
phone me on 07593 058748
For more information visit:
Acupuncture: introduction & regulation
Acupuncture: research and reviewing the evidence