Kieran Howse BSc Hons TCM, MB (Beijing), Member ATCM

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Kieran Howse

Kieran Howse practises acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine and is registered with the Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture UK (ATCM).

Kieran became interested in Chinese medicine through the study of karate and Eastern philosophy. In 2002 he began a 5-year course in Traditional Chinese Medicine at Middlesex University (partnered with Beijing University of Chinese Medicine), where he trained at the Asante Academy in London, and the Xiyuan Hospital in Beijing. Kieran has 15 years of professional experience, including 4 years at the Zhai Clinic on Harley Street, where he specialised in fertility. 

In addition to acupuncture and Chinese medicine, depending on the condition, Kieran also offers nutrition and lifestyle advice, cupping therapy and moxibustion.

Q&A with Kieran Howse

What are your qualifications?

I have a Bachelor of Science Honours degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine. This was a 5-year course at Middlesex University, including both acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. I also have a Bachelor of Medicine from the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine and spent 6 months training in Beijing during the final year. Upon graduation, I was awarded the Jencons Prize for Complementary Health Science.

Why do people come to you?

Generally, people come to me wanting a more holistic and preventative approach to treatment, addressing the root as well as the symptoms. Also, many people come to me because they have problems conceiving, as I have previously worked at the Zhai fertility clinic on Harley Street.

Do you have any specialisms? 

I specialise in fertility as mentioned above, but also commonly see people with other complaints.

What complaints can you help with that many people find surprising?

Skin complaints, indigestion, menstrual disorders, anxiety, insomnia. Most people associate acupuncture with only pain relief but it can do so much more at an internal and psychological level. It can be even more effective when combined with Chinese herbal medicine.

Can you tell us a surprising fact about Acupuncture?

It doesn't hurt!

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