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PRIORITISE

YOUR HEALTH

PREVENTATIVE MEDICINE AND AGEING WELL

ACUPUNCTURE

Traditional Chinese acupuncture is effective for treating a range of problems – including muscular pain and diseases. By stimulating sensory nerves under the skin and in the muscles using narrow needles, the body produces natural substances, such as pain-relieving endorphins. With precisely administered treatment at specific acupuncture points, it can be used to alleviate chronic back, neck and muscular pain, headaches and migraines, as well as digestive problems, skin concerns and even depression.

Traditional Chinese acupuncture is based on the theory that an energy, Qi, flows through the body. When Qi is unable to flow freely it can cause illness; acupuncture is a way of restoring the flow of Qi and in turn, good health. Acupuncture is rarely painful, often described as causing a tingling sensation or a dull ache. Many people barely feel the needles and find the process deeply relaxing.

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Practitioners & Pricing

  • SIMON CHEUNG
    Simon Cheung

    SIMON CHEUNG

    M.Sc., MB.AcA.

    Acupuncture specialist Simon Cheung trained as a microbiologist and Virologist at The University of Liverpool before working as a research assistant with the medical research team at the Richard Dimbleby Cancer Research Department at St. Thomas’s Hospital Medical School. He went on to gain his Master of Science degree in Radiotherapy & Cancer research in 1981.

    He began his studies in Acupuncture in 1982 at the British College of Acupuncture, before going on to the People’s Republic of China to start his training as a Chinese medical doctor at the Traditional Medical School in Nanjing. In 1989 he returned to England to set up his practice in London and is frequently invited to lecture at the British College of Acupuncture and supervises at their teaching clinic in Russell Square, London.

    He has worked in many medical centres in UK alongside GPs (such as Dr. Tim Evans at Westover House, Wandsworth) and consultants, helping to develop the concept of ‘Integrated Medicine’.

    Having worked for many years at the National Sport Centre, Bisham Abbey, he has developed a keen interest in treating sports injuries and has specialist interests in infertility, seasonal allergies, skin diseases and asthmatic conditions. Simon is a Master of Science (Oncology & Medical Radiation Biology) and Member of the British Acupuncture Council.

    TREATMENTS

    Initial Consultation & Treatment Session (60mins)

    Member £135, Non-Member £150

     

    Follow up Acupuncture Session Extended (45mins)

    Member £90, Non-Member £100

    Follow up Acupuncture Session (30mins)

    Member £90, Non-Member £100

    To book an appointment with Simon, please click here or contact medical reception on (0)20 7235 8900.