Sharon  obtained her  BSc (Hons) and Lic Ac from the internationally renowned College of Integrated Chinese Medicine and Kingston University and is a Member of the British Acupuncture Association, British Acupuncture Federation and British Medical Acupuncture Society.

She practices Traditional Chinese Medicine and Five Element Constitutional Acupuncture and treats a wide range of conditions looking at identifying the underlying cause that is manifesting as the condition being presented.  She is pragmatic in her approach in treating and style of acupuncture and works closely with GP's, Osteopaths, Physiotherapists, Gynaecologists  and other disciplines to obtain the best outcome for her patients.

Sharon has always been interested in how the mind and body interacts  and the impact this has not only on an individual but the community.  She completed her BSc Clin Psy in South Africa and combines this with Chinese Medicine diagnosis for  mental health conditions.  

She is the founder of ‘The PTSD Clinic’ for Veterans, and undertook her Honours dissertation on ‘The effects of Acupuncture and EMDR for the treatment of PTSD’.  She is continuing her research in this field working closely with international specialists.  She is a specialist Consultant in the Cotswolds and London for complex pain referrals and a guest lecturer in Australia.

In her ‘spare time’ you can find Sharon walking in our beautiful countryside with her dog, volunteering with local and international charities  and undertaking research in Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture.

She is currently undertaking her Masters in Chinese Herbal Medicine and continues her professional development in acupuncture and western medicine by attending CPD's which include:

  • Lower Back and Hip connection : Dr Carl Todd

  • Gynaecological differentials for Low back pain and treatment options for endometriosis and fibroids : Dr Natalia Price

  • Safeguarding of Children.

  • Autism and Acupuncture in Children : Julian Scott

  • Facial Enhance Acupuncture 

  • NADA Protocol