Complementary and Alternative Pain Treatment

Acupuncture, Acupressure, Laser Acupuncture, Electro-acupuncture, Dry needling, Neural Therapy, Ryadoraku and other Corollary Treatments.

Acupuncture Equipment
 

 

Background and Experience 

For several years in the 1980s and 90s, Dr Malcolm ran the only NHS Acupuncture Clinic in Glasgow. He was a lecturer for the British Medical Acupuncture Society (BMAS) between 1992 and 1996 and chaired their Academic Committee for a year in 1997. Dr Malcolm will shortly provide weekly complementary pain clinics at the Craig Road Clinic in Tayport, Fife.

 

The Main Techniques Provided

The main treatment methods employed here are based on western models, and include Segmental and Dermatomal treatments, TNS and other related techniques.

In addition, some classical points originating from Tradtional Chinese Medicine (TCM) may be selectively used when they are indicated.


The Starting Point 

 

 

The initial treatment process involves a detailed consultation to establish the nature of the problem and identify whether the symptoms are arising mainly from local problems, or whether they are manifestations of a wider disturbance.  Examination and Dry Needling
   
 

 

Western Acupuncture and other biophysical treatments are often effective where there are clear localising signs and symptoms. When there are wider systems-disturbances, patients are usually guided towards other system-specific treatments.

 

The Craig Road Clinic

  Opening February 13, 2015


                                                                                  07950 510 310

appointments@uku.co.uk

 


 

 

To learn more, download one of Dr Malcolm's published articles here.

For appointments email: appointments@uku.co.uk

 

 

 

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