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Wellness Centre Dumfries
Wellness Centre Dumfries is owned and run by Lynda Sharp who
has been working as an Acupuncturist in Dumfries and Galloway
for the past 26 years.
She specialises in
Traditional Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine
Facial Revitalisation Acupuncture
Neurostructural Integration Technique (Advanced Bowen Therapy)
Traditional Chinese Dietary Therapy
Due to the new restrictions put in place by the recent Covid 19 pandemic
we have had to make some changes to the running of the centre.This is to make sure that all patients are as safe as they possibly can be when visiting the centre.
There has always been a friendly and welcoming environment where people love to pause for a chat. Unfortunately for the time being the way we run things has to be slightly different to keep everyone safe.(It will still be friendly and relaxing - just a bit quieter!)
I am unable to do face to face consultations with new patients until 22nd July however I am happy to offer an on line (zoom) initial consultation or a telephone consultation in the mean time where I can at least make diagnosis and set up a course of treatments for when we can open again.
Please contact me if this is something you would like to do
There will not be a reception or waiting room, please call 07753571212 to book an appointment or book here on line.
On arrival to the centre come into the entrance area, clean your hands with the sanitiser gel, ring the doorbell and wait to be let in.
Please wear a face covering before coming into the centre. Wait outside if there is someone in the foyer to allow for the social distancing rule of 2 metres
You will be shown directly to a treatment room which will have been cleaned prior to your visit.
There will be hand washing facilities and hand sanitiser provided
Please do not bring food into the clinic but you may bring your own water.
Please do not bring friends or family with you.
Herbal medicine and dietary consultations can be done by telephone or "zoom "so that if you wish to be treated but you dont feel happy about coming in to the clinic this is an option. See the "book on line "option or call Lynda on 07753571212 during office hours.
Sorry but I will not be accepting cash payments. If you book your appointment on line there is a built in payment facility or I can accept card payments or Bacs payments.I now offer block bookings which makes it a little cheaper if you pay for a block of treatments
You will be required to fill out a health declaration form every time you visit the clinic.
This will be emailed out to you prior to your visit if this is not possible you will find forms at the entrance.You can also click on this link to download a form
Do not come to the clinic of you have recently had or have any of the following symptoms
A new continuous, persistent cough
Loss of taste or sense of smell
A high temperature
unusual fatigue or muscle aches
Been in contact with anyone who has tested positive fore Covid 19
Please give me a phone on 07753571212 or email we can arrange an online appointment for you.
If you are a key worker please see below for Jade Screen Project
Thank you for helping to keep everyone safe
Tuesday 11.00am to 3.00pm
Wednesday 2.00pm to 6.00 pm
Thursday 10.00 am to 2.00pm
White Willow Bark known as Liu Shu Pi
Used to treat pain and inflammation
I am involved with the Jade Screen Project helping to support front line and key workers during the Covid 19 pandemic.
If you are a front line worker you can
have a free consultation and free herbal medicine to enhance your
immunity.This may help you stay healthy when working in a high risk situation.
Also if you have been unfortunate enough to contract Covid 19 it Chinese Herbal Medicines can be effective in aiding your recovery either in the first stages or in the weeks after the initial infection.
Much of the information on the Chinese Herbal Medicine approach to helping patients recover from Covid19
has been used extensively in Chinese
Your consultation can be done on line
Barley is known as Da Mai in TCM and is
used as a tonic for the body and the digestive system .
It is also something that can be in the larder at home to add to soups and stews
Barley is known as Da Mai in TCM it is an
excellent tonic for the digestive system
and as a general tonic.It is also something that is in most home kitchens and can be added to soups and stews
Genuine Acupuncturists in the UK complete 3+ years of University level training before they are eligible to join the BAcC. Those trained to prescribe herbs complete an additional 2-3 yrs of training before they can join the RCHM
These organisations set the benchmark for
professional standards in the UK
WHO the World Health Organisation
supports Acupuncture and has stated that
it is a proven treatment for a long list of diseases https:
China 's TCM hospitals treated 416 million patients in 2012 using Acupuncture and
Chinese Herbal Medicine
100 's of millions of people use this medicine all over the world
In the UK 3.14 million people use Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine annually
so go on give it a try ..........