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About me

I work with many conditions and my aim is to support patients on their journey to better health, balance and ultimately peace within themselves.

In Chinese Medicine (to which acupuncture belongs) physical, emotional and mental symptoms are the manifestation of an internal imbalance. Somewhere along the line (usually rooted in the past and often relating to stressful events), the body and mind moved away from a more balanced/aligned state and into one of illness, disharmony and disease.

We see the symptom/s as the result of this imbalance and therefore not the underlying problem. The symptom is the sign or the impression of a deeper disharmony.

Through the lens of Chinese Medicine (including its thorough means of diagnosis) and with the use of acupuncture needles, we guide the underlying imbalance back into healthy flow and function which leads to the treatment of the manifested symptom/s be it headaches, digestive complaints, sleep disorders, lower back pain or pain in general, anxiety, depression and many conditions relating to the physical, emotional and psychological spheres.

It goes without saying that conditions and illnesses of a more chronic nature will take longer to treat as they are more deeply embedded within the individual.

Chinese Medicine acknowledges the uniqueness of each person - insomnia in one person can be completely different in another and how it is treated can vary greatly as well. This illustrates the importance of seeing each person as a unique individual and therefore treatment follows suit.

Training, qualifications & experience

I graduated with a First Class BSc (Hons) degree in Acupuncture and I am a licensed member of The British Acupuncture Council (BAcC).

I have been practicing from The International College of Oriental Medicine (ICOM) since 2016. I spent two years practising in Croydon at The Wellness Therapy Centre however decided to move closer to home and am now practising from The Forest Row Osteopath Clinic in Forest Row.

Member organisations


British Acupuncture Council

As the UKs largest professional body of acupuncturists the BAcC guarantee excellence in training, safe practice and professional conduct.

All members of the BAcC (MBAcC) have BSc or BA degree level training or its equivalent in traditional acupuncture, Chinese medicine, and western biomedical sciences including anatomy, physiology and pathology.

Accredited register membership

British Acupuncture Council

Accredited Register Scheme

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£50 per session in both clinics.


Forest Row clinic: 8am-7pm Mondays and Tuesdays

East Grinstead clinic: 9am-5pm Wednesdays and Saturdays.

If you have been diagnosed with or suspect you may have a pre-existing medical condition you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.

The Forest Row Osteopath Clinic
13 Hartfield Road
Forest Row
East Sussex
RH18 5DN

The International College Of Oriental Medicine
Van Buren House
Green Hedges Avenue
East Grinstead
West Sussex
RH19 1DZ

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Type of session

In person
Home visits


Harry Freedman BSc.Ac.Lic

Harry Freedman BSc.Ac.Lic