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About: Leo Dening practises Chinese medicine including acupuncture in Bath. He uses acupuncture, herbal medicine and tui na massage to treat a wide range of conditions.

Leo Dening practises all aspects of Chinese medicine including acupuncture, herbal medicine, and tui na massage (a traditional Chinese form of massage) in Bath. In his treatments he commonly uses a combination of Chinese therapies according to the individual's needs. He is a highly qualified acupuncturist and practitioner of Chinese medicine.

A treatment with Leo Dening begins with an in-depth diagnostic consultation, which takes into account the main complaint and many other factors. From this he can build up an intricate picture of the patient's condition and understand where any imbalances lie. The treatment itself will consist of one or more of the three main Chinese medicine therapies - herbal medicine, acupuncture and tui na massage. A course of treatment can typically take between one and six months.

Leo Dening is happy to provide more information and to discuss any particular queries you may have. Please feel free to contact him.
Our Details:

Catharine Place Clinic,
11 Catharine Place,

Tel: 07891 602 916


Location: Bath, Somerset, United Kingdom - England
Business Type: Acupuncture - Chinese Medicine
Products or Services: Leo Dening offers Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine, Tui Na Massage, Moxibustion, Cupping, Nutritional and Lifestyle advice, and Qi Gong from a clinic in Bath. Treatment for a variety of ailments including: Cardiovascular problems, Digestive problems, Ear problems, Emotional problems, Endocrine problems, Eye problems, Women's health problems, Men's health problems, Muscular, rheumatological and neurological problems, Renal and urinary problems, Respiratory problems and Skin problems. Member of Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine (RCHM) and Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ATCM)
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