Daniel Scott - BSc(hons), MSc(hons) Lic.Ac MBAcC.
Specialist in Classical Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture, Massage, (with training in Tui-na and Abdominal Massage) and Herbal Medicine.
I have been working as an Acupuncturist and Tui-Na massage practitioner for the last 9 years. I completed a BSc(Hons) in Acupuncture, followed by a MSc(Hons) in Chinese Herbal Medicine at Westminster University.
Since graduation in 2010, I have continued my professional development by studying with master doctors from around the world.
I have taught Acupuncture students at Westminster University's polyclinic for five years. I also worked as a teacher of East Asian medicine theory and anatomy at the City College. In addition, I hold a qualification as a Qi gong teacher.
Training, qualifications & experience
- BSc (hons) in Chinese Medicine Acupuncture
- Msc (hons) in Chinese Herbal Medicine
- Post graduate training in Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture and Massage.
Acupuncture £50 Hour
Chinese Herbal medicine £45 + price of herbs usually 15£ for two weeks
Massage £50 Hour
Qi Gong Tui-Na Massage £50 Hour
One to One Qi Gong Training £50 Hour
About the herbs
Chinese Herbal Medicine works on the same diagnostic basis as Acupuncture. Its aim is to treat the presenting symptom AND the underlying cause by stimulating the body’s own healing ability. As with Acupuncture, the process is one of looking for connections rather than reducing focus on a single symptom. With Chinese medicine, several symptoms can have the same underlying cause, and therefore by treating this, several problems can be addressed with one treatment principle. The tradition as a whole places great emphasis on lifestyle management in order to prevent disease before it occurs.
Acupuncture in the west is an alternative health-care system that can offer real relief for a variety of medical conditions. Chinese Medicine attempts to treats disease by re-establishing healthy physiology the normal flow of a healthy life. Diagnosis in Chinese Medicine looks at all aspects of health and wellbeing and sees pain and illness as signs that the body is out of balance. The overall aim of acupuncture treatment, then, is to restore the body’s equilibrium.
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.
Maps & Directions
Type of session
Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday Sunday,