Research Fact Sheets by The British Acupuncture Council. Individual sheets to inform you about how traditional acupuncture can help specific conditions are listed in the sidebar to the right of this page.
Acupuncture for Body, Mind and Spirit by Peter Mole. A simple introductory book about acupuncture.
Chinese Medicine: The Web That Has No Weaver by Ted J. Kaptchuk. A detailed introductory text about Chinese medicine.
The Baby Making Bible by Emma Cannon. A simple and practical guide to enhancing your fertility and improving your chances of getting pregnant.
You and Your Bump by Emma Cannon. A simple and practical guide to pregnancy well-being.
Nausea During Pregnancy Handout (PDF) by Debra Betts.
Pre-birth Acupuncture Article by Debra Betts.
Acupressure Pain Relief During Labour Booklet by Debra Betts.
Acupressure Point Location Videos by Debra Betts.
Postnatal Acupuncture Article by Debra Betts.
Herbs In The Treatment of Children by Julian Scott and Teresa Barlow. A resource guide on the use of therapeutic herbs in the treatment of childhood illnesses, focussing on western herbs using Chinese medicine principles.
Useful links to information on the website of Julian Scott PhD, MBAcC, who taught me paediatric acupuncture in Germany:
Eyebright Massage (PDF) – This booklet gives the massage techniques that bring energy to the eyes. They are especially effective for short sight in children, but are of benefit in all eye conditions.
Qigong for the Chest (PDF) – A leaflet describing simple exercises to help chest problems.