Tiffany Black has been granted permission to practice acupuncture from the internationally renowned College of Integrated Chinese Medicine, Reading. She is joining the Acupuncture team at Alma Vale Centre as Jill Glover’s Associate, and will have access to her years of experience while treating clients.
Her special area of interest is women’s health, in particular menorrhagia (heavy menses). She has completed additional specialist training in the treatment of Female infertility, Endometriosis, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) and Male Infertility.
Tiffany is passionate about using the ancient teachings of Chinese Medicine, both the Five Element and Traditional Chinese Medicine disciplines, to help patients with modern day problems from stress and anxiety, gynaecological disorders to chronic disease. Her focus is to establish the root cause of dis-ease to enable the body to gently rebalance and repair.
Prior to becoming an acupuncturist Tiffany gained a BA (Hons) in Modern History from Trinity College, Dublin and went on to spend the next eight years in corporate responsibility and social marketing working in London, Honduras, Glasgow, and Bristol. Having always had a long-standing interest in complementary therapies, and looking for a change from the corporate world, Tiffany initially trained as a holistic massage therapist and practiced part time alongside her main career. After personally experiencing the transformative effect of acupuncture, however, she discovered where her true interest lay and decided to pursue a career in Chinese Medicine.
Tiffany is a member of the British Acupuncture Council, whose aim is to ensure all patients receive the highest standard of professional care.
She lives in Bristol with her husband and two children.
Availability & Fees
Mondays 18:00 – 21:00
Acupuncture – £40 for 45 minutes
Initial consultation free (as part of a double appointment)
Call the Alma Vale Centre on 0117 377 1186 or e-mail us on email@example.com.
- BSC (Hons) in Chinese Medicine
Tiffany is also a member of the British Acupuncture Council