Expert acupuncture for your healthcare needs
Aquilia Acupuncture was established in 2005 and is the provider of advanced acupuncture. Lianne has a Master of Science in Health Research and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Acupuncture. Lianne Aquilina taught acupuncture general practice at the University of Lincoln for 8 years. She gained an additional qualification in advanced acupuncture in China. Lianne is a MSc research supervisor and is in much demand to teach nationally and internationally on the topic of acupuncture and contemporary healthcare. The acupuncture clinics are located in Stamford, Lincolnshire and Baldock, Hertfordshire.
“I am dedicated to improving healthcare outcomes, by incorporating high-quality care pathways, and advanced acupuncture in a very personable, highly skilled and professional manner. I review each patient’s case and provide you with essential information for shared decision making. I have 15 years of clinical expertise, and look forward to helping you.”
Lianne Marie Aquilina
Lianne Aquilina BSc Hons MSc MBAcC
Acupuncture Services Stamford or Baldock
Lianne’s degree is specialised in professional acupuncture.
This included human anatomy and physiology, health psychology, health and disease, pathophysiology, ethical and legal dimensions of healthcare, professional practice, and also research (quantitative and qualitative). Acupuncture theory and diagnostics, chronic illness management and acupuncture clinical practice. Lianne Aquilina obtained a First Class Honours Bachelor of Science Degree in Acupuncture (2005).
Lianne also has a qualification NVQ Level 3 in diagnostic and therapeutic support, which focuses on implementing skills that promote people’s equality, diversity and rights. As well as promoting effective communication, monitoring and maintaining health, and safety.
Master of Science Applied Health Research
Lianne’s postgraduate study, qualifications and experience serve well as a multifaceted approach to understanding health and health research in the context of academia and clinical practice.
Health research is a multidisciplinary and comprehensive science. For example, this science covers epidemiology which can help to provide knowledge on the incidence and distribution of disease and any possible related factors. Methods of research and trial design help develop new understandings of present health problems.
This science provides an opportunity to be able to critique research by other professionals which can facilitate informed and shared decision making.
Research can provide great insight, and lead to healthcare change, provide new treatment opportunities, and challenge healthcare treatment options available to people.
On top of this is an opportunity to review and problem-solve policy and practice by evaluation.
Lianne applies these skills in clinic when required, to help problem-solve a range of encountered healthcare issues. This effectively supports the overall care of her patient.
Acupuncture and Fertility
Acupuncture and IVF/ICSI
Emotional Impact of Subfertility
Acupuncture Book Published
Your Medical Diagnosis
Our Acupuncture Publication
Lianne Aquilina is the coauthor with Irina Szmelskyj of a No.1 Best Selling Textbook
‘Acupuncture for IVF and Assisted Reproduction: An Integrated Approach to Treatment Management’
The textbook Acupuncture for IVF and Assisted Reproduction: An Integrated Approach To Treatment and Management
To read Lianne’s Biography click here.
“My wife and I found Lianne after two and a half years of failing to conceive and two failed NHS IVF attempts. We had one remaining NHS IVF attempt and wanted to make sure we gave it the best possible chance of success. From people, we had met and many online forums and articles we were aware that many people felt acupuncture was highly beneficial in assisting with infertility and in particular IVF so we booked a consultation. I wasn’t sure what I expected from acupuncture but I was interested to find out more.
At this point in time, our infertility had placed a huge strain on our relationship. We were both feeling down and were struggling to be positive about the future. We also felt very alone. People don’t really talk much about infertility and it can be quite an isolating experience. Help is available from the NHS and IVF clinics but we found it impersonal and matter of fact. I had lost hope that we would ever have a family.”
Acupuncture Clinic Location in Stamford and Baldock
Home Visits Available North Hertfordshire Community Care | Amber Health, 19 High Street, SG7 6AZ | 54 Church Street Baldock Hertfordshire SG7 5AF