Tanya Smith

Acupuncturist and Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner

Cultivate the soil before planting the seed

When to Refer to an Acupuncturist – A Guide for Birth Professionals

As a birth professional, you are often the primary source of reliable information for your client regarding therapies that can help her during her pregnancy. You may have heard that acupuncture can relieve many common discomforts of pregnancy, but you want to be able to offer your clients more than a shrug and “Give it a try… it can’t hurt!”

The information I provide in this booklet clarifies when acupuncture can be useful and sheds light on the research related to the uses of acupuncture during the childbearing year so you may share this treatment option with your clients and refer with confidence.

To download your own copy of the booklet, click the link below. Please share freely and make good use of acupuncture for your clients!

When to Refer to an Acupuncturist – A Guide for Birth Professionals

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