Sometimes the new year doesn’t bring you all the things you expect. For me this year started with some sudden and unexpected, heavy-duty stress. I spent a good part of my break dealing with this stress, and so when break time was up I was relishing the prospect of getting back in to the clinic…

Summer diet from a Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Perspective.   According to TCM summer is the season of the big ‘Yang’ and belongs to by the fire element in five element theory. Yang in TCM represents heat and when there is too much heat in the body this heat feeds on body fluids and harms…

    It’s that time of year again, decorations, presents, family, general craziness, but did you know that December is also the time of year to raise awareness and funds for Bowel Cancer research? It’s called ‘Decembeard’ and it’s a whole lot of fun!   In this Country Bowel Cancer is the second biggest Cancer…

Stress. We throw this term around a lot, often leading to it loosing its impact. Its also such a subjective term, so it can be hard for people to identify whether or not they are stressed, until they are in an extreme state. We see this a lot in clinic & it’s especially prevalent when…

Balance Method & Acupuncture 1, 2, 3.   The Balance Method of acupuncture is a series of acupuncture systems used to treat pain and has its roots within the concept of balancing meridians to heal the body.  It was developed or popularised by Dr Richard Teh-Fu Tan and is based on Chinese Meridian theory, however…

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