London Acupuncture Therapy Low-Cost Clinic
The Corner Surgery
99 Coldharbour Lane
Mark Kiely Lic Ac, MBAcC, BSc (Hons) is a member of the British Acupuncture Council and is fully-insured. He has been in practice since 2007. In co-operation with a local GP surgery, he set up the Low-Cost Clinic in 2011 as a means to make acupuncture more widely available to all sectors of the community. Treatment costs are based upon household income and vary from £20 - £40 for a sixty-minute treatment.
At his clinics, Mark regularly sees patients who present with chronic and acute pain and also women seeking help for issues relating to pregnancy, such as morning sickness or inducing labour when overdue. Acupuncture is also frequently used for issues relating to menstrual irregularities, such as painful periods or an irregular cycle.
One of the areas Mark specialises in is working with patients suffering from stress, anxiety, and depression and the issues that accompany this. Mark also works frequently with patients who are suffering from "difficult" conditions, such as ME, chronic headaches, and insomnia - these are issues that conventional medicine can often struggle to address.
Training, qualifications & experience
Mark studied for four years at the London College of Traditional Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. He has a degree in acupuncture from the University of Portsmouth (BSc Hons; 2:1) and a Licentiate Diploma in acupuncture. He is a member of the British Acupuncture Council.
He also has a certificate in Medical Qi Gong and prescribes Qi Gong postures to be practiced at home by his patients.
He has worked in London as an acupuncturist since 2007.
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As a low-cost clinic, fees are based upon household income. Sixty minute treatments cost £20 - £40 depending upon which category of income people fall into.
There is an additional £5 charge for the initial appointment, which normally involves a longer consultation process.
Mark encourages his patients to play an active role in their own recovery. He may prescribe Qi Gong postures to be practiced on a daily basis, and he will often work with patients on diet and lifestyle. Traditional Chinese dietary therapy can be a very powerful way to enhance the effectiveness of acupuncture treatments.
Mark also carries out a full range of adjunctive therapies that are traditionally associated with the practice of acupuncture, including cupping and moxibustion.
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.
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