Sue Pready Acupuncturist

The gentle needling techniques of this practice make it an ideal choice for children and patients who may have problems with needles.

I have been in practice since 1986 when I qualified in Five Element Acupuncture.

More recently I trained in Japanese Acupuncture, Manaka and Toyohari styles. 

I became a registered Toyohari Practitioner in 2001 after completing a 9 month postgraduate course in Amsterdam and further training in Japan working with senior instructors.

I registered with the British Acupuncture Council and the Toyohari Association, which was founded in 1959, was originally devoted to blind Meridian Therapy practitioners. Today it includes both sighted and blind practitioners.