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Male infertility and its treatment

Male related factors account for about 30-40% of problems in conception. Sperm count is low in some men, or sperm may have an abnormal shape, preventing them to swim towards the egg successfully. A…

MRSA

F.W. The problem started in June 2008  when a wound on my ankle would not heal.  It had started from either a scratch or a bite. By the end of June my local surgery had diagnosed that I had…

Lichens Sclerosis

N.W. I was diagnosed with Lichens Sclerosis in the Autumn of 2007.  After doing much research I decided to use Chinese medicine to improve my condition.  Mazin and the team at Avicenna have…

Alopecia

B.M. We were on a family holiday 2 years ago when my wife and I noticed that our daughter was losing a lot of hair; to the point that my wife arranged for a wig fitting while we were away. When we…

Fertility Research

RESEARCH INTO CHINESE HERBAL MEDICINE AND OVARIAN DYSFUNCTION (1) The effectiveness of a Chinese formula called “Tian gui fang' in comparison with metformin was tested on patients with polycystic…

Female infertility and its treatment

Female infertility accounts for approximately 65% of cases of inability to conceive. Many women have menstrual disorders that can make natural fertility difficult. At the Natural Fertility Clinic we…

Miscarriage and Chinese Medicine

Miscarriage is a common event.  One in seven of known pregnancies miscarries in the first 3 months, and probably twice as many miscarry before the woman knows she is pregnant, when the…

Pre-Conceptive Care

Preparing well before conception enhances the chances of a successful pregnancy.  Good nutrition and lifestyle helps implantation, embryo growth and prevents miscarriages.  In addition,…

Products for Professional practitioners

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Shiatsu FAQ

Q. How long are appointments? A. The first appointment is usually 1 hour and 30 minutes and follow-ups are 1 hour and 15 minutes. Q. Do I have to get undressed? A. No — please dress comfortably…

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