London Acupuncture Therapy originally planned to establish a Peckham acupuncture clinic in 2016. As a local resident, Mark thought a clinic in his local neighbourhood would be a great idea.
For the time being, however, the nearest clinic at which he currently works is at the Corner Surgery on Coldharbour Lane SE5 close to King’s College hospital. This is a low-cost acupuncture clinic established in a local GP surgery in 2010 with the intention of making acupuncture available to all members of the community. Treatment fees are based upon household income and range from £20 – £40. The clinic is open to all, and you do not have to registered at the surgery to book an appointment at the acupuncture clinic.
Living halfway between Peckham and Camberwell, Mark still intends to open a Peckham acupuncture clinic in the near future. The original plan to provide acupuncture and therapeutic massage at an existing clinic space unfortunately fell through, but Mark is currently exploring a couple of different options.
Mark attended the London College of Traditional Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from 2003 – 2007 and has a degree in acupuncture from the University of Portsmouth. He has worked with patients who present with a wide variety of symptoms. These have included lower back and knee pain, insomnia, headaches and migraines, menstrual pain & irregular cycles, pregnancy-induced nausea & vomiting, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome & ME, sinus pain, and menopausal symptoms. Mark has a particular interest in the treatment of mental-emotional issues with acupuncture and regularly treats people who present with stress or anxiety or depression.
Feel free to contact Mark if you ever have any questions about acupuncture or traditional Chinese medicine. Hopefully, his Peckham acupuncture clinic will be launched this year. In the meantime, if the Coldharbour Lane location is also good for you, then get in touch to find out more about availability and clinic times.
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