Suzi Broad BSc ICOM


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Suzi qualified as an Acupuncturist in 2012 with a first class (Hons) degree from the International College of Oriental Medicine (ICOM) which is affiliated to Greenwich University, and is a fully certified member of the British Acupuncture Council.
She originally trained as a beauty and Massage therapist in the late 90s. After working in London, she moved to Tuscany where she was Spa Manager at a busy boutique hotel. Her certificates include Manual Lymphatic Drainage and Hot Stone Therapy.
She has studied Facial Enhancement Acupuncture and is particularly interested in treating skin conditions, stress-related disorders and supporting women’s health.
Suzi also holds a PGCert in higher education, teaches under-graduate acupuncture students and is a mum to 2 boys.

What got you into acupuncture?

I first experienced acupuncture in my 20s. I had sustained injuries after a car accident and acupuncture helped in supporting the healing process. I found it fascinating and always hoped that one day I would get the chance to study it myself.

How do you hope to help your patients?

I want to help people achieve a better quality of life by improving their all-round health. Acupuncture supports the body as a whole and encourages safe and natural self-healing. It can treat a wide range of conditions by helping to re-establish efficient and healthy functioning within the body.

Three favourite conditions to treat and why?

I see a lot of Patients with auto-immune diseases. These conditions are not going to disappear, but I love how I can help manage their symptoms and reduce some of the side effects caused by medication.

I work with many patients who are dealing with the physical and emotional challenges of the Menopause. Acupuncture can be very supportive during this time and patients find that they can cope much better with their symptoms.

Facial Enhancement Acupuncture has been growing in popularity in recent years as more and more women look towards natural and holistic approaches to ageing gracefully!

Coming from a beauty background I love how acupuncture can be used to encourage healthy circulation and blood flow to the skin. This treatment also involves the use of acupuncture points around the body to balance and support the patient while stimulating the face to improve overall appearance. My patients call this holistic approach to beauty a ‘win, win!’

Treatment list

Acupuncture New Patient £75 (up to 90mins)

Acupuncture existing patient £60 (up to 60mins)

Facial Enhancement Acupuncture (FEA) £90 (90 mins)

Facial Enhancement Acupuncture (FEA) is a wonderful treatment to help boost the production of collagen and elastin in the skin. Increased micro circulation and stimulation of powerful acupuncture points in the face gives the skin a fabulous glow. Acupuncture needles are also placed around the body to support and balance the energy within the channels and encourage an overall sense of wellbeing. An ancient treatment in Eastern cultures that is gaining in popularity over here as more and more people look towards natural and holistic approaches to ageing gracefully!

A course of FEA treatments – x 6 £500 or buy 10 get one free

Therapeutic Massage £60 (60 mins)

In our busy, fast paced lives, moments of peace and deep relaxation are considered a luxury. We know that stress can often be the cause of many diseases, but it is easy to power on regardless. Massage, although often seen as a treat, can also be an important ally in your health care and the power of touch can be very healing. Other than the physical benefits of massage such as increasing circulation, relaxing injured, tired and overused muscles, reducing spasms and cramping, massage can also increase concentration, lessen the symptoms of depression such as fatigue and irritability, enhance sleep quality and decrease anxiety.

Hot Stone Therapy £80 (90 mins - full body) /£50 (45 mins - back neck and shoulders)

Hot stone therapy is a specialty massage where the therapist uses smooth, heated stones as an extension of their own hands, or by placing them on the body. The penetrating heat and weight of the Hot Stones warms the muscles allowing for a deeper massage and sense of relaxation. The stones used are typically river rocks or other very smooth-surfaced stones made of basalt which retain the heat during the massage. Hot stone massage is thought to have several benefits both physical and psychological: Improved circulation, Pain relief, Muscle relaxation and release of stored tension, Recharged energy levels, Cleansing of the Lymphatic system, Relaxation of mental stress and tension, Eases symptoms of anxiety and depression.

Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) £30-£60 (30-60 mins depending on the area of the body)

The Dr Vodder MLD technique is often used in combination with other treatments but can also be a stand-alone treatment to work on specific areas of the body. It is a slow, gentle and rhythmical massage which helps to assist lymph flow, boost immunity, decreases pain and balances the central nervous system. This technique is commonly used to reduce water retention, improve skin swelling and scar tissue, help reduce stress and fatigue and support post exercise recovery.

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The Perrymount Clinic
Unit 5
Hurstwood Grange
Hurstwood Lane
Haywards Heath
West Sussex
RH17 7QX

01444 410944

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