In most cases yes, but contact your health insurance provider for more information. They normally require that the practitioner is a member of the British Acupuncture Council or a comparable body and I am a member of the British Acupuncture Council.
We have carefully reviewed the list of business closures issued by the Government late on 14 January and are assured that we do not fall within the ‘Traditional Chinese Medicine’ category for the purpose of the closures. This list of closures refers to ‘Traditional Chinese Medicine’ in the context of retail and the selling of […]
The Welsh Government has come to the unfortunate decision of restricting members to remote-only practice from Friday 23 of October until the start of Monday 9 November This is because, in contrast to the other three nations of the UK, the Welsh government mentions acupuncture specifically as a service that is required to close. We […]
The chief executive of the British Acupuncture Council has warmly welcomed steps by the government to help the self-employed but warned that not being able to access funds before June could be problematic. Jennifer Norton said the Self-Employed Income Support Scheme, announced by Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak this evening [26 March 2020], would […]
The chief executive of the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC) has said its members ‘stand ready’ to help fight the coronavirus pandemic. Jennifer Norton said BAcC members were highly qualified healthcare practitioners who have been trained in physiology and western medical science as well as traditional Chinese medicine. She was speaking in response to a call […]
We are closely monitoring developments in the situation regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The health of our members, their patients and our staff is paramount in all of our decision making. The BAcC office remains open Of course, this is a dynamic situation and we continue to follow Government and Public Health England’s […]