for health and vitality, balance and harmony
Hi, I’m Tina MacNaughton and I am a fully qualified acupuncturist.
I have a BSc (2.1) in Acupuncture and trained at the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine in Castle Street in the centre of Reading. I graduated and set up my clinic in Crowthorne in 2009 and am a fully qualified, experienced Acupuncturist. My training consisted of the integration of two schools of acupuncture so I have knowledge and experience of both Traditional Chinese Medicine and Five Element Acupuncture. I have a Licence to practise acupuncture, a current First Aid Certificate and am fully insured with Balens. I have undertaken extra training in tui na massage, sports injuries, joint and back pain, gynaecology, auricular acupuncture and the treatment of addictions, eye disorders, mental-emotional illness and treating patients with cancer. I have a special interest in women’s health problems, including menstruation difficulties, infertility and menopause and I have a Post-Graduate Diploma in Gynaecology, Fertility and Obstetrics (CICM, 2019).
Acupuncture does not always lend itself to clinical research, but please visit the British Acupuncture Council website if you would like to view research studies to evidence the effects of acupuncture on specific health conditions.
Payment is by cheque or cash.
Full Traditional Diagnosis plus treatment
1 hour 15 minutes
Follow up Appointments
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I reserve the right to charge if a treatment is cancelled with less than 24 hours' notice.
Tuesday 9am - 4pm
Thursday 9am - 4pm
Saturday 9am - 4pm
Friday 9am - 2pm
If you cannot get hold of me, please leave a message as I check my telephones regularly and will ring you back promptly.
I am happy for you to come to my treatment room for a free twenty minute consultation if you would like to do so.
BSc (Hons), MA, LicAc
Post-Graduate Diploma in Gynaecology, Fertility and Obstetrics
High Street, Crowthorne
Berkshire, RG45 7AQ
0781 002 4055
Everything observable by the senses is subject to change and therefore in motion, there are interlocking cycles of change, one cannot bid the winds and waves to cease, but one can learn to navigate treacherous currents by conducting ourselves in harmony with the prevailing processes of transformation – and thus weather the storms of life.