The Meridian Clinic was first established in 2003 in the scenic and historic city of Perth, Scotland. It offers treatments in acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine and therapeutic massage (Tui-na). Weaim to introduce Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) to the locality and further afield, to use the best of our knowledge and ability, and our medical skills to improve the quality of people's lives.
I have trained in Western Medical Acupuncture with the British Medical Acupuncture Society (BMAS); prior to this I worked as a hospital doctor for fifteen years, specialising in anaesthesia. I believethat acupuncture can have an important and exciting role to play in integrated health care today. Having both experienced acupuncture myself and treated patients using acupuncture, I am convinced of the positive effects and benefits that it can have.
We have an enviable reputation for excellence and our experience in clinical situations means that we are able to quickly assess and diagnose problems often identifying their source and offeringlasting solutions. As our name implies we consider all aspects of your health when treating any condition and will seek to integrate your treatment and future long term prevention goals into your busy lifestyle.
Delivering complementary therapies in Linlithgow (just outside Edinburgh) since 1999, my main focus now is in providing traditional acupuncture. This is a safe and effective holistic treatment whichhas been tried and tested for thousands of years in Chinese and other Eastern cultures. It is now used and accepted worldwide to help restore, promote and maintain good health.
A proven alternative health care system of medicine. A system that treats you as an individual on an individual basis. A holistic system that addresses the root cause of your illness as well asrelieving the symptoms. A safe, effective therapy for infants, adults and the elderly. A system that uses only natural remedies. A preventative health care system. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) may be the alternative you are seeking.
Tara Drummond is an experienced registered Osteopath, Naturopath and Acupuncturist. She has been treating patients in Scotland for over 20 years and runs clinics at the BMI Carrick Glen Hospital inAyr and also in Edinburgh's City Centre. Tara believes in a relaxed treatment approach, as each individual is different so is each treatment. An Osteopath specialises in the treatment of the musculoskeletal system (muscles, joints and ligaments) to help your body heal itself naturally.
Acupuncture is the use of very fine needles at specific points on the body to stimulate healing and restore the body's equilibrium. Traditional acupuncture (which Anna and Sarah practice) is part of asystem of medicine known as traditional Chinese medicine, or TCM. It has been used in China and other Far Eastern countries for thousands of years. TCM may also use herbal medicine, diet and exercise to improve health.
Alba is now dedicated to providing "'ALL"' acupuncture treatment at the ‘NEW' rate of £25. We are now, officially, a full time Community Acupuncture Clinic, which means you can receive 1 hourof professional acupuncture from 10am-6pm Monday to Friday. TCM is a comprehensive healthcare system based on ancient principles which go back nearly two thousand years. It has a very positive model of good health and function, and looks at pain and illness as signs that the body is out of balance.
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Wallace Gilbraith routinely offers the healthcare equivalent of a free no-obligation quote - a free short appointment to discuss how Traditional Acupuncture may help you. When you seek help with ahealth problem, it may be that you have been struggling with a degree of pain, immobility or some other dysfunction for some time - often months, if not years. Various kinds of treatment may have been tried, but the causes of the problems may not have been fully addressed or understood.