Jason Unwin

Jason Unwin

Jason Unwin

BMedicine (Beijing University of TCM)
MSc (Westminster University)
BSc (Middlesex University)
MBAcC MRCHM

Jason Unwin qualified as a Doctor of Chinese medicine in 2003 and has been in full time practice since graduating from Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine.  

He is a Senior Acupuncturist and Chinese medicine consultant at The London Acupuncture Clinic and the Gatefield Clinic in Faversham.

He specialises in treating general health conditions that may not have improved with conventional Western medicine treatment, for example:

  • Musculoskeletal pain, such as; back pain and sciatica; neck and shoulder pain; arthritic and rheumatic pain, TMJ, RSI, etc
  • Headache, Migraine and Tinnitus
  • Stress and emotional problems, Anxiety and Depression
  • Insomnia and sleeping problems
  • Exhaustion and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Digestive and bladder complaints such as IBS, Colitis, Gastritis, Reflux, Constipation, mild forms of Incontinence, Irritable Bladder, Prostatitis and Cystitis
  • Neurological symptoms and diseases such as neuropathy, neuralgia, Bell’s palsy, shingles, Parkinson's disease, MS and stroke.
  • Immune system diseases and allergic disorders
  • Integrative cancer care

He also has extensive experience in gynaecology and infertility treatment, including:

  • Endometriosis, Dysmenorrhea (painful periods).
  • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, no periods, irregular cycles.
  • Subfertility, to enhance natural fertility
  • Preparation alongside IVF and other assisted reproductive medicine
  • Recurrent miscariage
  • Pregnancy symptoms and labour preparation
  • Menopausal conditions
  • Male sexual health

On returning to London in 2003 after completing his 5 year Bachelor of Medcine degree with the University of Beijing he wrote a Master of Science degree in Complementary Medicine at the School of Integrated Health University of Westminster. His dissertation titled ‘Gatekeepers and the Gateway’ was published by the British Medical Journal in their 1st edition of Acupuncture in Medicine (attached as a PDF below).

Alongside Chinese Medicine, Jason has a thorough knowledge of western medicine. He studied pharmacology at the University of Portsmouth in 1990 and went on to design and co-ordinate the teaching of western medicine on an undergraduate degree in Acupuncture for the London College of Traditional Acupuncture, affiliated to the University of Portsmouth.

Jason holds memberships with the British Holistic Medical Association, The British Acupuncture Council, and The Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine.


Articles

‘Gatekeepers and the Gateway: A mixed methods inquiry to examine the referral behaviour of Practitioners’ to the Gateway Clinic’ Unwin J & Peters D Acupuncture in Medicine 2009;27:21-25 - Click here to read the article

‘Measuring the whole range of treatment effects that are experienced by people having Acupuncture for long-term health problems at the Gateway Clinic’ Paterson C Unwin J Joire D Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice (2009) 1–7 - Click here to read the article


Qualifications

MSc Complementary Therapy Studies, School of Integrative Health, University of Westminster, London.

Bachelor of Medicine, Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China.

BSc (Hons) Chinese Medicine, Middlesex University, London.

  • A 5-year joint degree course with Middlesex University, London, and Beijing University of Chinese Medicine (BUCM), Beijing, China. 
  • 2002/3 Internship at Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine: XiYuan and Wangjing Hospitals: Placement within Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Gastrointestinal and Neurological In-Patients Wards & Out-Patients Clinics; including specialized Gynecological, Dermatological, Paediatric and Surgical Departments; and specialized Acupuncture In-patients & Out-Patients Wards


"I love my profession and have learned from experience that Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine can provide effective treatment for many health conditions. The longer I am in practice the more aware I become of the potential of the integration of these skills into general medicine.

I am father of two boys Sami and Finn aged 11 and 9. I like to read philosophy and psychology, both contemporary and classical, and practise a holistic lifestyle that includes yoga, tai-chi/qigong and meditation. I enjoy cooking and eating seasonal home grown and locally sourced food with the occasional glass of good red wine". 

 

 




Wimpole Street Clinic

Gatefield Clinic

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By telephone:

Gatefield Clinic:01795 591 337

Wimpole Street Clinic:0207 935 2030

Mobile: 07985 918 237


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