Documentary set to discuss CAM & its role in the NHS
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), its holistic approach to health and why Complementary and Alternative medicines (CAM) should be rolled out across the entire NHS service are some of the topics set to be discussed in the latest series of The Healing Hunter.
The documentary series is produced and presented by Hannah Sweeney and looks at complementary and alternative medicine practices around the UK. The previous three series have looked at wellbeing practices including integral abdominal healing, kinesiology and Yoga Therapy.
For this series of eight episodes, Hannah will be joined by Professor Song Ke, founder and Principal of the Asante Academy of Chinese Medicine, who has practiced and taught TCM worldwide for over 30 years. He has also been offering acupuncture through three London-based NHS hospitals since 2002.
Hannah will undertake a Chinese consultation as well as different TCM treatments including acupuncture, Moxibustion, cupping and Tuina massage.
Commenting on series four of The Healing Hunter, Hannah Sweeney says:
“Right now people are very conscious of their health, now is the time to see more NHS providers around the UK start to offer a range of Complementary and Alternative treatments to benefit the well-being of population and reduce the demand on other NHS services.”
The Healing Hunter is available to watch on YouTube.