Tucker LicAc (Hons), MBAcC is a practitioner of chinese
medicine acupuncture and has a midwifery and nursing background
she is a member of the British Acupuncture Council and the
Royal College of Midwives.
Her highly successful treatments have attracted media attention
in the press and television and equally received commendation
and support by the medical profession with whom Toni closely
Toni’s professional background has been totally
concentrated within the medical field. Therefore her experience
and expertise are not only complementary to practicing acupuncture
but also the deep understanding of ailments that such medical
background offers inevitably assists in her successful treatment
Toni has written a number of publications and has been
an academic lecturer as part of faculty teams. Through her
practice, Toni ensures the safety and efficacy of acupuncture
in treatment of the diseases of five organ systems and musculoskeletal
Toni is hugely involved with the use of traditional
acupuncture in fertility programs, pregnancy and childbirth
as well as being extensively involved in the treatment of
Toni's clinic is also a centre for the treatment
of IC nationally and internationally.
West & Toni Tucker
Toni is an associate of Zita West’s networking on
fertility, pregnancy and childbirth.
She also has been a lecturer at Zita West’s workshops.
Toni is presently an advocate of the safe practice of acupuncture
in high-risk pregnancies and fertility programmes, within
the British Acupuncture Council.
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Below is a list of the Consultants that Toni works with:
The Berkshire Health Clinic works alongside urologist specialising in IC .
Pampa Sarkar, MD (Lond), FRCOG
Miss Pampa Sarkar is a Consultant at Wexham Park Hospital
since 2003 and has previously worked at the Centre for Fetal
Care at Queen Charlotte Hospital for over 5 years.
Her special interests lie in fetal medicine and high risk
She has extensive research interests and has published
in the field of effects of maternal stress on fetal development,
and was awarded the Lloyds TSB award for Health and Education
She is also involved in prenatal care and counselling which
optimally complements the acupuncture provided by Toni Tucker.
Visit Pampa's Web site www.womenshealthcareltd.com
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Pampa Sarkar, Specialising in fetal medicine and scanning
At The Berkshire Health Clinic she offers:
Private obstetric care - full antenatal care with
scans at each visit and delivery
Additional private antenatal consultation and scan
for women on NHS care
Private consultation and management of gynaecological
Private scans for reassurance (gynaecology and pregnancy)
including viability scans, dating scan, nuchal scan,
early anatomy scan, cervical scan, fetal growth scan,
Doppler ultrasound and pelvic ultrasound.
Please contact us at the Berkshire Health Clinic for further
information, on 01628 52529
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Ali John Watts Bsc Hons MBBS MRCP
Acupuncture for pain relief through medical science
Ali John Watts, is an Anaesthetic Registrar on South London's
rotation working through St Thoma's Hospital, Kings College
Hospital and Guy's Hospital. A graduate of Kings College
London he went on to study medicine at St George's University
of London graduating in 2007.
Through his career in Anaesthesia and the Acute specialties
he has gained interest and skills in regional anaesthesia,
obstetrics and pain management. A common theme to all has
been hands on practice of needling and exposure to alternative
therapies such as acupuncture.
Despite being on the front line for acute emergencies
of any specialty of medicine and surgery, he has developed
a keen interest in the practice and application of acupuncture
for pain relief and the neurophysiological principles which
underlie the medical approach to acupuncture.
Dr Watts has become particularly interested in the principles
and philosophy of traditional Chinese medicine acupuncture
for the treatment of muscular skeletal disorders and the
management of pain.
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Juliet Hartis BSc (Hons) Ost Med, DO, DPO, ND
Osteopath, specialising in Paediatric and Cranial Osteopathy
Juliet Hartis is a paediatric, cranial and general practice osteopath, registered with the General Osteopathic Council. After gaining a BSc in Anatomy and Developmental Biology at University College London, she trained at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine, gaining a BSc in Osteopathic Medicine and a Naturopathic Diploma. As part of regular continued professional development, Juliet has also completed a 2 year post-graduate Diploma in Paediatric Osteopathy as well as further courses in cranial and classical osteopathy. Also a Tutor at Oxford Brookes University.
Osteopathy is a system of diagnosis and gentle hands-on treatment, suitable for all ages and tailored to each individual patient. Osteopathy is about helping you to achieve a better state of balance within your body, allowing it to function at its optimum.
Osteopathy aims to relieve aches and pains, increase mobility and enhance blood and nerve supply to tissues, aiding healing. Treatment includes massaging, releasing and stretching muscles and other connective tissues; mobilising and gently manipulating joints of the spine and limbs; balancing the musculoskeletal framework and therefore all the internal structures that are suspended from it.
Osteopathy is beneficial and safe during pregnancy. Treatment can help ease discomfort relating to the postural changes of pregnancy (such as to the lumbar spine, ribs, neck and shoulders) and hormonal effects on ligament stability, often indicated in the conditions symphysis pubis dysfunction (SPD) and pelvic girdle pain (PGP). Following birth, osteopathy can help to resolve strains to the mother’s pelvis and body and to ease neck and shoulder tension that relates to feeding and caring for the baby.
Newborn checks can be performed on babies, with or without symptoms, to see if there are any unresolved strains remaining in the baby’s head and body from the birth process. These strains can be due to any type of birth, whether natural, induced, assisted or caesarean section. Such strains can be linked to unsettled, colicky and irritable behavior in young babies and can impact on their feeding, digestion, mobility and sleep.
To make an appointment with Juliet Hartis, or to discuss whether osteopathy might be appropriate for your situation, please either phone 07710 995 507 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Osteopathy appointments are available at The Berkshire Health Clinic:
Wednesdays 9am – 1pm and Saturdays 9am – 1pm.
For further information and fees, please see:
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Claire Mooney Bsc Msc
Having been an embryologist for 15 years Claire has gained extensive experience in all aspects of assisted reproduction whilst working in some of the largest and most successful IVF units in the UK. She has a Masters degree in Human Reproductive Biology and a keen interest in research and has presented at international conferences. Claire is also registered with the Health Care Professions Council for 8 years as a clinical scientist.
Claire offers the following services:
A fully comprehensive semen analysis performed by an experienced embryologist from a fertility background.
Reliable results that conform to the World Health Organisation current guidelines.
Results available within 24 hours to your referring GP or consultant with comments provided to aid interpretation of the results
Discreet and comfortable surroundings of a private hospital
Evening and weekend clinics
Semen analysis clinics operate on evenings and weekends. For an appointment please call
01753 891 118
Analysis is conducted on site at:
Spire Thames Valley Hospital
Clinics also available at The Spire, Windsor
Fees (payable on the day of analysis)
Semen analysis £120
Repeat analysis (if within 3 months) £100
Post vasectomy analysis £100
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