Welcome, I'm Daniel Scott a Licensed Acupuncturist member of the BAcC
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 in 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.
Availability: Monday 9am - 7pm, Tuesday 9am - 7pm, Wednesday 9am - 7pm, Thursday, 9am - 7pm
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Your initial acupuncture treatment will last 60-90min. I assess and treat you as an individual, looking at all aspects of your health. Traditional Chinese methods of diagnosis are used, including taking your pulse, looking at your tongue and observing your posture. We then discuss the best approach for your treatment. This is often a combination of acupuncture and tuina massage. I will work with you to support other changes in your life such as diet, exercise, relaxation.
Based on your individual diagnosis, a patient is prescribed a customized herbal formula, tailored especially to your constitution and designed to treat both the “root” and the “branches” of the health concern. This formula can be altered and fine-tuned from visit to visit. While chronic conditions may require the taking of herbs for extended periods, usually both patient and practitioner begin to see results within weeks–or even in the first few days. I supply herbs in raw or granulated forms.
Tui-na (pronounced ‘twee nar’) Is a whole-body integrative massage system that uses the diagnostics of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Tui-na involves both light and strong massage techniques to rebalance the body. Tui-na is carried out with the patient dressed in loose clothes, so make sure you wear comfortable clothing when you come for treatment.