It wasn’t just victims from the quake that were offered support. The principle behind the clinic was to establish a sustainable, cost effective health care system for the people of Nepal. I raised over £2300 in 2015 which provided the basic medical supplies and cost of skilled interpretors for 7 weeks.
When treating over 25 people a day, I honed my skills of offering efficient, affordable care to help people overcome a variety of health conditions, including:
Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD), IBS, infertility, dysmenorrhea, amenorrhea, menopausal symptoms, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder (COPD), allergies, eczema, cancer, TB, hyper-tension (high blood pressure), Parkinsons Disease, stroke rehabilitation, musculoskeletal disorders and injuries, osteoarthritis, ganglion cysts, insomnia, depression, anxiety, grief.<
Based on seeing patients typically 2/3 x per week, I was able to see dramatic improvements based on a system of integrated treatment modalities, incorporating acupuncture, basic medical procedures, traditional chinese herbal medicine (TCM), nutrition and massage.