Acupuncture Practitioner, Massage Therapist and Veterinary Surgeon, Dunfermline
Jane qualified from Glasgow University Veterinary School in 1983 and after a rewarding and varied but more traditional veterinary career discovered the benefits of acupuncture in Australia in 1999. Being amazed at the potential for acupuncture to – give relief in painful conditions – aid mobility – help the body to heal – and believing that that there is no placebo effect from acupuncture in animals – she has focused on making acupuncture available to both people and animals in her home area of Dunfermline and has run busy clinics since their establishment in 2003.
Training with the British Medical Acupuncture Society (BMAS) Jane was awarded their Diploma in 2006 and obtained a Postgraduate Certificate in Western Medical Acupuncture from the University of Hertfordshire in 2012. She also has a Diploma in Therapeutic and Remedial Massage and is trained in the use of electro-acupuncture and laser acupuncture. Jane has comprehensive Complementary Health insurance and premises are licensed by Fife Council.
Electroacupuncture unit – allows the use of a small electric current to pass through two connected acupuncture needles for greater stimulation – which may be needed in longstanding conditions.
Laser – the 3B laser pen produces a small laser beam of light of adjustable wavelength and can be used to stimulate acupuncture points. It can be used in preference to needles or if an animal or person is particularly sensitive or to vary treatment.
Acupuncture and Therapeutic Massage Clinics at Millhill Surgery – Dunfermline, Fife.
Acupuncture treatment available along with options of deep tissue therapeutic massage and myofascial release techniques which are often used in combination and tailored to your needs.
Veterinary Acupuncture Clinics at Albavet Advanced Care Centre – Dunfermline, Fife
Veterinary acupuncture for dogs and cats – most commonly used for arthritis-related pain and stiffness – but for many other conditions such as skin problems including lick granulomas and stimulating liver function.