Born in Slovakia, Lubitsa comes from a pharmacy background having worked as a pharmacy technician with over 23 years’ experience in the field.
During her studies at LSBU, she was mentored by Chinese acupuncture experts from the Confucius Institute for Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in London, allowing her a greater understanding of ancient Chinese medicine and its application within her own practice.
Lubitsa practises TCM acupuncture based on the Five Phase Theory which sees a person as a whole, with a focus on the underlying cause and its connection to the mind, body and spirit.
She specialises in the treatment of back pain, neck and shoulder pain, headaches and migraines and uses her knowledge and experience in TCM to help with issues relating to digestion, menstruation, infertility, menopause, stress, depression, anxiety and much more. To maximise the effect of treatment, Lubitsa uses acupuncture, moxibustion, cupping and/or tuina massage in conjunction with one another, depending on the individual’s condition. She is also able to offer advice relating to nutrition, diet and lifestyle to support the treatment outcome.
Lubitsa provides an attentive and compassionate ear as well as a calm atmosphere of healing and a gentle yet effective therapeutic approach.
Lubitsa has been a member of the British Acupuncture Council since 2014, a member of The Acupuncture Society since 2017 and a member of British Medical Acupuncture Society since January 2019. She is also a registered therapist with Aviva, AXA, VitalityHealth via Private Practice Register since January 2019.