Dr Cheng is a fertility and chronic pain management expert in the UK who combines Western medical training with TCM. Dr Cheng studied PhD at Chengdu TCM University, she also studied and practices Ayurveda Medicine in Tibet and Thailand. She has devoted the majority of her career to promoting research on the role of TCM in reproductive system, complicated nerve system, digestive system, and musculoskeletal symptoms. She is one of best expert in trigger point therapy to remove the pain for back, shoulder, sciatic neurites, carpal tunnel symptoms etc. Dr Cheng practises in Central London providing investigation, diagnosis and treatment for many conditions including: • IVF & Fertility • Chiropractic • PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) • Trigger point therapy for musculoskeletal pain • Spinal and Back pain • Slipped discs, Sciatica, Nerve root pain and Spinal Stenosis • Facet and Sacroiliac joint pain • Degenerative joint pain • Post surgical and scar pain • Shoulder & Neck Pain • Hip, Heel, Knee osteoarthritis • Sciatica & Leg Pain • Headaches, Migraines, Vertigo • Carpel Tunnel Syndrome • Angina • Digestive system syndromes (heartburn, HP (Helicobacter Pylori), IBS) • Cerebral palsy (Children) • Pregnancy & Pre-birth • Period Pain • Menopause • Insomnia • Stress & Anxiety • Weight Management • Bell’s Palsy • Male hypogonadism • ED(Erectile Dysfunction) • Disease of respiratory system (Flu/Cough/Sinuses/Hay fever/Allergy) • Skin problems (urticaria, eczema, acne, leukoderma, neurodermatitis , herpes zoster shingles)
Located less than a 14-minute walk from both Kentish Town train and Tufnell Park tube stations, Primo Health is an authentic acupuncture and massage health clinic.
Primo Health offers services carried out by professionals with an average decades' experience treating a range of ailments with a holistic approach. Medicinal requirements aside, you'll also find a selection of unique acupuncture facial rejuvenation treatments, targeted weight loss programmes and a range of sumptuous massages tailored to your pressure preference.