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History of Acupuncture as a Modality of Physiotherapy in the NHS

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Location: Rushmore Room, St. Catharine’s College, Trumpington Street, Cambridge CB2 1RL

Organiser: Cambridge University Society of Traditional Chinese Medicine (CUSTCM) https://www.facebook.com/custcm

Ann Beavis, a chartered physiotherapist who spent a large amount of her career working for NHS and first introduced acupuncture into the UK medical system, to offer a talk on the short history of Acupuncture as a modality of physiotherapy in the UK. Leading to the study: Paediatric Auricular Acupuncture for chronic regional pain syndrome.

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