Sept 6th: Lily begins her research work into Chinese herbal medicine!
Lily is pleased to announce that she will be commencing her research work and studies from 13th September which will see the start of a tough but exciting 4 year journey with Southampton University. Her project will be focused on looking at how Chinese herbal medicine can help gynaecological conditions such as polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and more specifically at how Chinese herbs can aid with fertility amongst these particular patients.
Fertility has long been a focus of Lily's practical experience and she is excited to have been presented with the opportunity to complement her clinical work by joining one of the most advanced complementary medicine research groups in Europe to carry out her research. With her studies, Lily is looking to better understand from a more scientific perspective the role that Chinese herbs can play in treating women with these conditions and to contribute to strengthening the available research evidence for Chinese herbal medicine.
Lily is keen to continue treating patients alongside her research and will therefore continue to offer appointments from Revive Sports Rehabilitation & Acupuncture Clinic, so please do get in touch if you would like to book in with either Lily or Greg!