Anthony Sigrist BSc (Hons), Dip Ac, MBAcC

Before embarking on his acupuncture career, Tony worked for a number of years as a Metropolitan Police officer. After deciding to pursue a more balanced lifestyle he moved to Ely and spent 3 years balancing family life with studying for his BSc; passing with first class honours. He now practices traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) acupuncture for a broad range of illness and injuries with a particular interest in emotional problems and unexplained illness or pain.

Tony has a passion for the preservation and development of the acupuncture profession. He is a board member and director of the British Acupuncture Accreditation Board (BAAB), an independent organisation responsible for ensuring the quality and accreditation of degree level Acupuncture qualifications. He undertakes regular visits to accreditation teaching institutes on behalf of the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC) to meet new students and promote the values and high standards of BAcC membership. He also teaches acupuncture degree students part-time on the clinical skills stream at the Northern College of Acupuncture.

Outside of work Tony is a family man with four children to keep him busy. In the small amount of free left he volunteers with Ely District Scouts and drums with Cambridge based Samba band Fruity Clave.


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