Sue gained an honours degree in Physiology (the science of how the body works) from
Queen Mary College, London.
During her degree she specialised in endocrinology, cellular biochemistry and brain
& behaviour. Sue further developed her analytical skills working as a computer systems
analyst for a large, multinational, manufacturing and banking company. Sue then fully
qualified as a Traditional Chinese Acupuncturist at the London School of Acupuncture
and Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Sue is a creative person with artistic skills and a talent for healing. She feels
that it is the combination of analysis and creative flair which suit her so well
to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). T.C.M. is about being able to assimilate and
sift facts and then use creativity to devise the most effective treatment.
TCM introduced Sue to a world of Qi force and through years of training with Chinese
Grand Master, Dr Shen Hongxun, she has developed this expertise to a level which
now attracts patients from all over the world.