Acknowledgements

I would like to thank: Lyndsey Isaacs, Sharon Baylis and my husband, Robert, for their hard work and invaluable input; I could not have written the book without them; my teachers, Professor J R Worsley, Angela Hicks, Allegra Wint and Nikki Bilton; Sarah Budd, for her help in setting up the acupuncture clinic at Warwick Hospital; John Hughes, Hugh Begg, Robert Jackson, Karl Olah and Mike Pearson, consultants at Warwick Hospital, for their support in helping to provide an acupuncture service on the NHS; Nancy Hempstead, Chris Sidgwick, Annette Gough and Susan Ensor, for their help and support; Gerad Kite, for his invaluable contribution (Chapter 16); Gordon Gatesby, for his help in understanding electroacu-puncture; all of my patients and the GPs and midwives who have supported me over the years.

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Acupuncture For Cynics

Acupuncture For Cynics

Have You Always Been Curious About Acupuncture, But Were Never Quite Sure Where To Stick The Needles? If you associate acupuncture with needles, pain and weird alternative medicine then you are horribly misinformed about the benefits of the world's oldest form of medicinal treatment.

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