Registered Traditional Acupuncturist Rebecca Geanty graduated from the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine (CICM), where she learnt both styles of acupuncture: 5 Element constitutional acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). This integrated approach gives Rebecca an extensive toolbox to enable patients to be treated for a wide variety of conditions, on mental, emotional and physical levels. Holding a full acupuncture license ensures she operates her practice to fully comply with health and safety regulations and is a member of The British Acupuncture Council (BAcC). This allows many health insurance policyholders to access her appointments under their health insurance plan.
In her practice Rebecca and her team sees patients both privately and in a multi-bed clinic setting, which are open throughout the week. Specialising in natural fertility for both women and men, support throughout pregnancy and post partum care (after delivery). Rebecca also runs the Acupuncture Childbirth Team for East Anglia (ACT), which she set up in 2011 to promote the sharing of acupuncture knowledge and skills between practitioners and to facilitate more natural birth techniques in East Anglia. Rebecca has a passionate interest in health and has a wealth of knowledge to share with people seeking guidance on a wide range of both emotional and physical conditions.
Norwich Acupuncture Rooms
Located inside treat-Norwich, the Norwich Acupuncture Rooms offer a warm and welcoming environment in which to receive acupuncture treatment, in a private or multi-bed setting. The Norwich Acupuncture Rooms was set up by Rebecca in 2011 at the Orange Grove Clinic after 3 and a bit years the multi bed needed new larger premises to cope with the increase in patients looking for affordable acupuncture.
The new clinic is set within a new Complementary Health Clinic in the centre of Norwich. treat-Norwich is situated on the ground floor of Capitol House to the left of Sally's hair suppliers and next to Norwich bathrooms and kitchens and on the corner of Heigham Street. We have disabled access and toilet, disabled car parking can be used on the single yellow line outside Capitol House. For regular parking there are some free two hour road parking spaces further down Heigham Street or a pay and display at Barn Road Carpark.