About The Acupuncture Clinic
(Jenny) Ren, Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine
(TCM) trained for 5 years at the
of at , studying both
orthodox (western) medicine and traditional Chinese medicine and then worked
for 17 years at Chong Wen TCM hospital in the city.
During this time she treated many sports
injuries as the hospital is situated near the National Centre for Sports, where
Olympic and international athletes are trained. Having been a member of a team
researching the use of acupuncture for pain relief and arthritis for 8 years,
this is another area in which she has particular expertise.
Jenny is also the author of a book about
Women’s Health which was in the top ten of ’s bestseller list for many
months, and for two years was the editor of a website answering queries about
traditional Chinese medicine. She brought her skills to in
2002. Following 29 years extensive experience in both hospitals and private
practice, Jenny opened The Acupuncture Clinic in
in 2011. The practice is fully insured, and licenced. We welcome you to a
friendly, calm, safe and professional environment. Clinics are also now
available in Stornoway and Kyle of Lochalsh.
In early 2015 after several years of extensive
research, Jenny published another book in Chinese as a textbook aimed at
medical professionals, and in June 2015 she was invited to speak at an
International Conference on Acupuncture held at
in conjunction with the World Health Organisation.
- £35.00 per session. Treatment at Stornoway and Kyle of Lochalsh -
£40.00 per session Payable by cash or cheque. (Sorry we are unable to process
video link below is from a programme first produced in 2011 and shown on BBC
Alba (with several repeats) and shows an international shinty player receiving
treatment at The Acupuncture Clinic at 5.19 minutes into the video
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which clinic location you would be interested in.
Caman : Episode 2 #shinty Episode 2
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Tha Caman a' cluinntinn bho chluicheadair Inbhir Aora Daibhidh Mac a' Phearsain is e toirt iomradh air mar a dh' fhuiling e bho ailse agus tha Eddie Tembo bho sgioba Ghlinn Urachadinn a' faighinn acupuncture. Cluinnidh sinn bho dhithis phroiseil a tha a' leantainn Cille Mhalaidh agus tha cÃ²mhstri ann an teaghlach Rodger. Tha Lisa Norman ann an Obar Dhobhair a' dÃ¨anamh a dÃ¬cheall a' leasachadh iomain.
Caman catches up with Inverary's David Macpherson as he reflects on his cancer diagnosis and visits the acupuncturist with Glen Urquart's Eddie Tembo. This episode also features two passionate Kilmallie fans whilst revealing the team rivalries within the Rodger family. In Aberdour, Lisa Norman gives her all to developing shinty. 11/06/2015 16:48:52