Rebecca graduated Coventry University in 2013, has been with Suffolk Clinic ever since. Rebecca has helped many clients over the years with Sports and Occupational injuries, and has a keen interest in knee and ankle injuries, as well as High Intensity Intermittent Training. Rebecca is a member of the Federation of Holistic Therapists and has additional qualifications in Dry Needling and First Aid.
Roger Beresford started Suffolk Clinic in 1982, with a qualification in Traditional Acupuncture. Being heavily involved Sports at the time, Roger soon began treating Sports Injuries with Acupuncture, and is also a Director of Rugby Lions RFC in his spare time.
Carl graduated from University College Birmingham in 2020. Carl has a wide variety of experience with clients, ranging from everyday injuries to sports related injuries. Prior to joining Suffolk Clinic, Carl has worked in many different sporting environments, such as Elite Women’s Football, rugby union and with cyclists during a nationwide event. He has a keen interest in lower limb injuries, particularly the knee and the ankle. Carl is a graduate member of the Sports Therapy Association and is regularly learning through extra courses and continual professional development.
Laura obtained her license in Acupuncture in November 2019 qualifying with a BSc honours degree at the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine in Reading.
She is insured, registered and qualified under the British Acupuncture Association (B.A.A) being one of the main regulatory bodies for Traditional acupuncture.
She has a particular interest in holistic medicine stemming from the Five element style of acupuncture which was brought over from the east in the 1950’s by Professor JR Worlsey. She integrates this style with Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). This allows the practitioner to solely promote the persons wellbeing and not just the symptom alone, this is done by addressing the patients underlying imbalance which will help to trigger the bodies natural healing response.