Dr.Huang is a member of “The ASSOCIATION OF TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE AND ACUPUNCTURE UK.” Dr. Huang has been in the UK for more than 8 years and brings with him a wealth of knowledge and 20 years experience from his practice and studies in China. Dr Huang is highly regarded by his colleagues and fellow Doctors, and seen to be one of the leading experts of Traditional Chinese Medicine in the country. Dr. Huang has also spent some years at University studying Western Medicine.
In China, Dr. Huang was a member of the "CHINESE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION (CMA)”; a member of the “China Association of Integrative Medicine (CAIM)” and a member of the "CHINESE SOCIETY for IMMUNOLOGY (CSI)”.
There are many areas where conventional western medicine can not find a solution but Traditional Chinese Medicine (T.C.M) can. T.C.M can be strange and new, but it could have the answer to your problem.
We can supply expert medical advise on all ailments and illnesses the Traditional Chinese way. Click on "Contact us", should you wish advice on a particular ailment. We have a Traditional Chinese Medicine Clinic,cooperating with SUMO Clinic, serving the central belt of Scotland situated on the Mary Street of Laurieston, near Falkirk.
We can provide Acupuncture, Hot Cupping, Natural Herbs (both raw and in capsule form), Reflexology, Head Massage, Chinese Body Massage, Moxibustion and Chinese Foot Massage. There are many many areas where TCM can be of benefit, for a full list of what Traditional Chinese Medicine can treat, please visit the site pages or, if you prefer a warm welcome, come in and see us.
Training, qualifications & experience
Dr. Huang graduated from CHENGDU CHINESE MEDICINE UNIVERSITY of China and has also spent some years at University studying Western Medicine. And he had being worked in hospitals in China more than 20 years before he comes UK with the title of associate chief physician of Chinese and Western Integrative Medicine and the title Traditional Chinese Medicine Specialist & Acupuncturist.
From £20 per session
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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