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Mastering Neurological Solutions: Dr Ling’s Acupuncture Journey

Last week, Dr Ling attended a 4 day Zhu’s Scalp Acupuncture (ZSA) seminar held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The focus was on neurological conditions, pain management and acupuncture anaesthesia.

Also lecturing was Dr James Lu. Dr Lu is a licensed Acupuncturist and Physical Therapist. He has been working in Dr Zhu’s clinic, side by side as a disciple of the master.

This is the second time Dr Ling has attended this course on neurology. At each encounter Dr Ling finds new inspiration from this almost 80 year old master … an endless source of knowledge with Neuro-Acupuncture.

Dr James Lu & Dr Scott Ling

zhu's scalp acupuncture

(Dr James Lu & Dr Scott Ling)

This inspiration fuels Dr Ling’s high success rate.  Allowing him to treat issues considered untreatable. He is often the last step in the recovery journey. The Neurological conditions that are treated by Zhu’s Scalp  acupuncture include:

  • stroke
  • multiple sclerosis
  • Parkinson’s
  • motor neuron diseases
  • all kind of nerve pain
  • ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, and so forth.

Dr Ling’s ambition is to learn the most effective acupuncture and Chinese medicine treatment. He will hunt it down and travel the globe to master it. To be the best he can for his patients, he accumulates hundreds of CPD points on a  yearly basis. CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development. This is a measurement of learning activities practitioners must spend each year.

(Dr Ming Qing Zhu & Dr Scott Ling)

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Dr Scott Ling
Dr. Scott Ling is the Chief Chinese Medicine Practitioner and Acupuncturist and the founder of Sustain Health. He holds a PHD Doctorate Degree in Chinese medicine from Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine. Dr Ling’s extensive qualifications also include a Master of Reproductive Medicine (western medicine). Due to his unique medical background, Dr Ling’s approach stresses on the integration of Chinese and Western medicine to ensure patients get the greatest benefits from the best of both medical systems.
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