About Us

After many happy years serving and working with you, it is with sincere regret that we inform you The Park Clinic will be closing permanently on the 31st of July 2018. The decision was taken to close the Integrative Medicine provision at Middlesex University following various challenges, many of them national, that the subject area has been facing for several years. Although it is sad news, we would like to assure you that there will be no change in our services until we close. If you need further details please do email us.

– The Park Clinic Team


Patient care is our top priority

Traditional Chinese Medicine

Traditional Chinese Medicine is one of the world’s oldest medical systems. It uses a holistic approach to diagnose, prevent and manage disease through therapies including Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine and Tuina Massage.

The research evidence for Chinese Medicine is building. For example acupuncture is recommended as a cost-effective option for lower back pain and headaches.

TCM Consultation


Acupuncture is based on the belief that an energy, or ‘life force’, flows through the body in channels called meridians. This life force is known as Qi (pronounced ‘chee’).

Acupuncture is the insertion of needles into the skin and underlying tissues in key ‘points’ for therapeutic or preventative purposes. The stimulation of certain “trigger points” – probably nerve fibres or receptors – with needles, electrical impulses or lasers is thought to induce rhythmic discharges that cause a release of endogenous opioids and oxytocin.
Acupuncture can help with:

  1. Short-term improvement in the symptoms of overactive bladder syndrome (through electro-acupuncture at the SP6 point);
  2. Short-term relief of tension type headaches;
  3. Short-term relief of migraine headache;
  4. Short-term relief of chronic low back pain;
  5. Short-term relief of neck pain or chronic neck pain;
  6. Short-term relief from temporomandibular (TMD/TMJ) pain;
  7. Temporary adjunctive treatment for osteoarthritis knee pain.


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Western Herbal Medicine

Western Herbal Medicine has been used for over two thousand years. It incorporates the traditional use of herbs and contemporary pharmacological research and biomedical knowledge. It chiefly uses European herbs, but incorporates useful plants from different parts of the world.


Clinical trials are increasingly providing an evidence base for herbal medicine: three herbs that target major health challenges include Echinacea (for colds and immunity); St. John’s Wort (for depression) and Ginkgo (for dementia).

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Ayurveda Medicine

Ayurveda is an holistic health care system that originated in India several thousand years ago.

Treatment can include simple diet and lifestyle advice, food supplements or medicines, massage, psychological and emotional consulting, meditation and yoga.

Traditional Ayurvedic medicine and its practice are subject to ongoing scientific assessment supported by the Indian government.

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High quality, safe and affordable medicine.

Our modern dispensary is stocked with high quality medicine from all three discipline areas;
Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ayurveda Medicine and Western Herbal Medicine.

We believe that complementary health should be accessible to all
and that’s why you will find our prices to be some of the most competitive in the market.
Take a look at our prices.

Our qualified and expert dispensers will ensure your medicine is prepared to the highest standards.

We only dispense medicine to our patients following a consultation.
However, we also offer a Repeat Prescription service, whereby our patients can call in to order a repeat of their most recent prescription
and we prepare it for collection or postage, following the agreement of the relevant practitioner.

Please contact the clinic to find out more or to arrange a Repeat Prescription.



Some photos from our herb garden

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    Pulsatilla vulgaris


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    Calendula officinalis


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    Borago officinalis


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    Crataegus laevigata


Price list

Treatment can include acupuncture and/or cupping:

    • First consultation: £30 (90 minutes);
    • Follow ups: £20 (60 minutes);
    • Available: Tuesday, Wednesday PM, Thursday, Friday.

    • First consultation: £30 (60 – 90 minutes);
    • Follow ups: £20 (45 – 60 minutes);
    • Available: Tuesday, Friday.


    • First consultation: £30 (60 – 90 minutes);
    • Follow ups: £20 (30 – 60 minutes);
    • Available: Wednesday, Thursday PM



    • Therapeutic full body massage: Back or front £40, Both sides £60 (up to 60 minutes);
    • Pichu-ball: £30 (up to 60 minutes);
    • Kativasthi: £35 (up to 60 minutes);
    • Head & shoulder massage: £30 (up to 45 minutes);
    • PindaSveda: £45 (up to 60 minutes).
    • Shirodhara: £65 (up to 90 minutes)

Depending on your condition, we may prescribe dried herbs, tinctures, teas, creams or syrups, or a combination of these. The cost of the medicine is dependent on how much is required for your specific needs.

The base costs of our medicine are:

    • Liquids (tinctures): £10/100ml;
    • Creams: £11-£20/100g (depending on complexity);
    • Powdered herbs: £9/100g;
    • Dried herbs: £6/100g.

Other charges:

    • Dispensing fee (for repeat prescriptions only): £8;
    • Postage charges: £5 – £11.00 (depending on weight).

Middlesex University students and staff are entitled to discounted prices on consultations and treatments .

Please ask a member of staff at the clinic for more details.






Contact Us

Questions or comments?
Please get in touch.


Visit us

The Park Clinic,

7 Boulevard Drive, Beaufort Park

Colindale, London, NW9 5HF


Write to us

For all enquires, please drop us an email.



Call us

For bookings, repeat prescriptions and general enquires, please give us a call.

020 8411 4411