Sidney Rose-Neil was one of the pioneers of acupuncture in the UK and founder of the British Acupuncture Association. He was an activist for the profession and at the forefront of bringing natural medicine into mainstream acceptance. He lectured widely across the world, wrote several books and contributed articles to many publications. He also established a hugely successful non-profit naturopathic clinic in the English countryside that provided low cost treatments to many thousands of patients.
Sidney was a great visionary. He worked tirelessly as a practitioner, an educator and as an activist for complementary healthcare throughout the 1960s and 1970s.
Life is a balance, chemistry and energy work together and yet separately. The western doctor can treat the chemistry of the body and the traditional eastern doctor the energy, but either as separate entities will fail.