Chronicle Shropshire, May, 2007
I first met Dr. Daian Zou a few years ago when she did the business on my torn cartilage, the result of a mishap on the rugby field.
To quote one of Daian’s patients: “When I first arrived here the pain of staggering just 50 yards was almost unbearable. When I left, some 45 minutes later, I couldn’t believe the transformation.”
This is an often-heard response on introduction to a practice that dates back to before the 21st century BC.
Daian runs the St. John’s Hill Clinic for Chinese Medicine. She graduated in the Traditional Chinese Medicine University, Hunan Province, China, before practising conventional and Chinese medicine in China.
She then completed an advanced training programme in acupuncture in the attached hospital at TCM University of Hunan Province. Since she arrived in the UK, Daian has worked at clinics in London, Hampshire and Shropshire.
Dr. Daian’s approach is to integrae traditional and modern medical techniques for diagnosis, resulting in a natural treatment plan combining acupuncture, herbs and herbal medicines, nutritional therapy, exercise and lifestyle management.
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