The Leeds Acupuncture Clinic is situated in Roundhay, North Leeds and was established in 1980. It was the first Registered Acupuncture clinic in the area with the British Acupuncture Council.

Our consultant practitioner, George Broch MD (MA), BAc, MRPharmS, Lic Ac(Hons), MBAcA, MBAcC, MSIA, originally qualified at the British College Of Acupuncture in London in 1980 with honours, and has been practicing at the Leeds Acupuncture Clinic ever since.

 

After a further Four years of study, he obtained the prestigeous Bachelor Of Acupuncture qualification, followed by Doctorate four years later. He lectures all over the country to Doctors, nurses and specialists who have taken the full initial four year training courses. He has also been an examiner and lecturer at the British College Of Acupuncture and is a member of the British Acupuncture Council and British Acupuncture Association.

 

The clinic is registered with the British Acupuncture Council and is recognised by Simply Health, HSA and the Leeds Hospital Fund, and several other insurance companies.

Andrew Broch qualified in Acupuncture and Acupressure in 1999 from the Northern college of Acupuncture. He sees patients in London and Leeds, and practices at the Leeds Acupuncture Clinic.

A year after graduating, Andrew found in practice, that the stimulation of the Quchi acupuncture point seemed to relieve his symptoms. He made a prototype acupressure band for his patients to try. The feedback was amazing, so he looked into options for protecting and manufacturing his invention. It was only because of Andrew's research and understanding of acupuncture principles that The Qu-Chi Hayfever Band® came about.

Since launching in 2008 it has consistently been a top selling product on Amazon.co.uk, and over 100,000 bands have been sold worldwide.

Andrew Broch