About

Juliet studied Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for three years at the University of Westminster and qualified with BSc(hons) in 2002. She established flourishing practices in Belgravia and Barons Court in Central London, and has been delighted to move to Jersey with her family.

 

Traditional Acupuncture is a holistic approach to health. The body's systems can get out of balance, hormonal imbalances/pain or problems you may suffer from are all taken into account. Adjusting your dietary and exercise habits to suit your situation and physical condition is important.

 

Pre-conceptual healthcare for men and women is extremely important to have a healthy full term pregnancy and to give birth to a strong healthy baby.  Juliet has specialised in preconception care, boosting fertility for men and women, aiding IVF treatment, and healthy happy pregnancies with additional training from Debra Betts, Zita West, and Jani White.

 

This style of Acupuncture is a deeply relaxing, natural and a non-medicated treatment.  There is a growing body of evidence based clinical research supporting traditional Acupuncture as an effective method of all types of pain relief. The painful conditions that Acupuncture can relieve range from acute muscle injuries (like sprain injury) to long term chronic arthritic problems, shingles, Tri-geminal Neuralgia, migraines, sciatica and plantar-fascitis to name a few.

Juliet Forbes
BSc (hons) Traditional Chinese Medicine
MBAcC Member of the British Acupuncture Council

Member of the Acupuncture Fertility Network

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At the Orchard Chiropractic and Health Centre Juliet is delighted to work alongside experienced Chiropractic colleagues Charles Robottom, Cardin Pasturel and Sarah Cochorin who is a very talented Sports Masseur.

 

As a professional and highly confidential client based clinic, if your condition needs more than one specialist, with your consent, we work as a team to restore your health and vitality.

 

"Acupuncture represents a highly promising and effective treatment option for chronic back pain," study co-author Dr. Heinz Endres of Ruhr University Bochum in Bochum, Germany. "Patients experienced not only reduced pain intensity, but also reported improvements in the disability that often results from back pain and, therefore, in their quality of life."