Links are provided for Tracey Goulding's practices and her published articles. There are also links to general health websites and to selected other therapists. In the specialist sections on this site you will find links to specific websites related to subject area of the section.

Tracey Goulding's London Practices

East Dulwich Private Practice
This home-based practice is located just off the main East Dulwich shopping area of Lordship Lane in a quiet and peaceful location. Franklin's farm shop and bar and restaurant are on the corner of the road. Free parking.
Crystal Palace: Training Points Fitness and Therapy
Treatments are in a beautiful converted old stable in the heart of Crystal Palace. It's a hidden gem. Car park at the back of Sainsburys or nearby side-roads off Gipsy Hill. Nearest railway stations are Gipsy Hill and Crystal Palace.

For further information email Tracey at tracey@traceygoulding.com or phone on 07941 740018.

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General Health Sites

NHS Complementary and Alternative Medicine specialist library
Provides reviews of research on complementary therapy interventions.
NHS Choices
Information from the National Health Service on conditions, treatments, local services and healthy living. Includes an A-Z of health conditions and rates service providers such as hospitals (with mortality rates), so you search for those that specialise in your condition.
UK Self Help Support Groups
Details of UK patient support organisations, self help groups, health and disease information providers

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Acupuncture

The British Acupuncture Council
The UK's leading regulatory and professional body for the practice of traditional acupuncture.
The Acupuncture Research Resource Centre
Has excellent briefing papers on the effectiveness of acupuncture for different illnesses and symptoms.

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Aromatherapy: Essential Oil Suppliers

Baldwins
Good value with a wide range of products. Shop located near the Elephant and Castle in South East London.
Natural Touch Aromatherapy
Online supplier offering a good range of products at reasonable prices.

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Colleagues

Suzanne Goggin: Holistic Aromatherapy Massage, Deep Tissue Massage and Facial Rejuvenation Massage in Crystal Palace
Suzanne tailors each treatment to your individual needs resulting in soothed muscles, renewed energy and an improved sense of wellbeing. She is IFPA accredited.
Paul Lowe: Scenar, Magnetic Field Therapy, Quantum Wave Laser, Body Field Analysis, in Lewes, Sussex.
An experienced therapist helping a wide range of health issues from sports injuries to chronic pain.
Katie Sedgwick: Craniosacral therapy, Reflexology in East Dulwich, Borough
Katie specialises in treating clients with hormonal/fertility problems and supporting clients during pregnancy and postnatal care. She has postgraduate qualifications in Maternity Reflexology and Fertility, is a member of the I.F.R and the Craniosacral Therapy Association. Qualifying as a craniosacral practitioner in 2005, she has taken subsequent postgraduate qualifications in: working with pregnant women, babies, children and visceral organs. She also works with Craniosacral Therapy to support clients with fertility problems, treatment after miscarriage, and emotional blocks around conception. Katie also specialises in treating clients suffering from stress, depression, chronic pain, fatigue, and trauma related conditions.
Tanya Shoop: The Alexander Technique in Brixton, City
Tanya Shoop is an experienced Alexander Technique teacher. The Alexander Technique helps us to think about our bodies and how we use them in daily activities so that we put less strain and tension on our systems and have posture that is open and relaxed. People come for many reasons including poor posture, back pain, neck pain, RSI or pregnancy.

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Published Articles

Positive Health Positive Health October 2008: an article by Tracey Goulding on treating depression using Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). This article highlights the importance of emotions in illness and how a Chinese Medical diagnosis can treat both the mind and body. The article describes the typical advice given by a Chinese Medical practitioner, which can include lifestyle and dietary advice. Depression is a difficult condition to treat, Chinese Medicine offers a complementary or even alternative choice, to anti-depressants and extensive counselling.

Further details: read article on Positive Health's website.


Diabetes Wellness NewsDiabetes Wellness News April 2008: an article by Tracey Goulding on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Diabetes has been published by the Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation. This article explores some of the research on the effectiveness of TCM, with a specific focus on acupuncture, at treating blood sugar levels and the consequences of diabetes, such as diabetic neuropathy. Research suggests that the best results are obtained for treating mild to moderate Type II diabetes.

Further details: View PDF file page 1 ---Page 2 ---Page 3



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Article About SCENAR

RevenkoWhat is SCENAR: an article by Professor Revenko.
This article explains the scientific action of SCENAR and compares its effectiveness to other forms of electrotherapy. The effectiveness of SCENAR at stimulating the C-fibres of the nervous system to produce neuropeptides is explained and related to the body's constant need to achieve homeostatis. The concept of the adaptive response is introduced. The conditions SCENAR treats are also highlighted. The author, Professor Revenko, is one of the Russian inventors of SCENAR therapy.

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