Dr Vicky Hardwick qualified in medicine from University College London in 1990, having gained a BSc in Psychology as well as Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery degrees.
She qualified as a GP in 1997, gaining Membership of the Royal College of General Practice (with distinction) in 1998.
She trained in Western Medical Acupuncture in 2011 and holds a Diploma of Medical Acupuncture accreditation with the British Medical Acupuncture Society.
In 2019 Vicky was elected to the council of the British Medical Acupuncture Society and currently holds the position of Honorary Secretary to the Society.
In addition to practising acupuncture she currently works part-time as a Speciality Doctor in Neurological Rehabilitation and as an Effective Consulting Skills Tutor at Bristol University Medical School.
Vicky has particular experience of acupuncture in the treatment of musculoskeletal pain, neurological conditions, headaches, migraines, menopausal hot flushes and women’s health.
She has been working with Adrian Lyster since 2012 as part of the Tewkesbury Hospital Friends Acupuncture Pain Clinic.