Tony’s is a former police sergeant and served in the Metropolitan Police for nearly 20 years before, looking for a better home/work life balance, he decided to study a BSc in Acupuncture, qualifying with 1st class honours, before setting up in general practise at Ely Complementary health centre. He runs a busy clinic here treating a wide range of physical and emotional problems.
Tony is a member of the British Acupuncture Council and has served on many professional boards and committee’s, most recently as a director on the British Acupuncture Accreditation Board. He also teaches degree students at the Northern College of Acupuncture, lecturing on research skills.
He is passionate about raising awareness of Mental Illness and has campaigned for greater awareness, tolerance and treatment of those affected by it, notably as the founder and inaugural chair of the Metropolitan Police Mental Health Support Network. He recently became a Time to Change Champion and hopes to launch a number of initiatives locally.
Outside of work Tony is a family man with five children to keep him busy. He enjoys karate, samba drumming, travel and being outdoors.