Sutton Acupuncture & Cosmetic Clinic
Khadra McVay graduated with BSc (Honours) at the University of Westminster where she studied Traditional Chinese Medicine that included acupuncture, Tui Na (an ancient form of manipulative therapy), cupping and moxibustion. Khadra has also undergone a substantial training in western medical science; anatomy, physiology and pathology, and is now a member of British Acupuncture Council (BAcC).
At the University of Westminster Khadra's clinical training involved treating a wide variety of conditions within the University Polyclinic setting as well as completing an NHS placement at the Gateway Clinic, where she treated patients who had been referred by their GPs. These patients would often be suffering from chronic conditions of all kinds. By understanding each patient's needs, Khadra ensures that her patients get the best possible tailor-made treatment and support.
Khadra has keen interest in women's health especially in; digestive disorders, infertility, migraine headaches, sports injuries, joint issues and support with pain before and after hip, knee or back sugery.
Having treated many facial complaints such as Bells Palsy, psoriasis and other skin complaints, Khadra has recently decided to embark on a cosmetic acupuncture course and combined this with a photo LED light therapy which not only helps with skin rejuvenation but also helps to heal other skin complaints.