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Clinics Re-Opening: Medical Need and Urgent Care Only
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Clinics Re-Opening: Medical Need and Urgent Care Only

We are pleased to advice that regular appointments are now available for those who either need urgent care, or have a medical condition they require treatment for. This is in accordance with guidelines received from the Professional Register of Traditional Chinese Medicine this week. Patients with non-medical needs and those looking for general wellness, beauty...

Coronavirus Update: Appointments as Usual and Safety Measures
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Coronavirus Update: Appointments as Usual and Safety Measures

The coronavirus (COVID-19) situation is moving very fast and presenting us all with new challenges. For the time being the appointment schedule is remaining the same with precautions and infection protocols in place to ensure everyone’s safety – but as circumstances change day-by-day, hour-by-hour,  this may change. We ask all patients to be cautious and compassionate...

Acupuncture FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions
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Acupuncture FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions

We’ve collected here some of the questions we most often hear about acupuncture. Sometimes there is no simple answer and sometimes there is no short answer to a given question. If the question you have is not answered here, or not answered to enough detail, don’t hesitate to contact us if you don’t find an...

Course in TCM Dietetics #1:  How to Eat Right
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Course in TCM Dietetics #1: How to Eat Right

Gut health has been in the news frequently this year, since the recent research from doctors Braden Kuo and Allan Goldstein at Massachusetts General Hospital, the US, who found that bacteria in the gut can affect mood, cognition and behaviour and lead problems in these areas – and vice versa. In neurobiological terms, the enteric...