I graduated from the University of Salford with a BSc (Hons) in Traditional Chinese Medicine (Acupuncture) and I’ve been running a busy private practice for a number of years.
In order to enhance my TCM knowledge, I secured a place with one of the worlds renowned masters of TCM, Professor Shulan Tang, where I was awarded the first-degree Diploma in Chinese Herbal Medicine. It entitled me to become a member of ATCM (Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine). Furthermore, I am currently enrolled at the Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine to obtain a Ph.D. in Chinese Herbal Medicine.
I am a member of the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC) acupuncture.org.uk and the NHS Directory of Complementary and Alternative Practitioners nhsdirectory.org
From my clinic in Manchester, I have been working for the past 10 years. I am probably the only private practitioner in the North West who specializes in cupping therapy both wet and dry. During my final year at the University, I decided to investigate the effects of cupping therapy for the treatment of Frozen Shoulder.
My dissertation was conducted, and a book containing all the relative information is due to be published once I find a publisher willing to gamble! I learned to cup more than 40 years ago in Syria, and Jordan. I further enhanced my knowledge with many workshops in the UK and Germany. I treat conditions such as Sports injuries, and blood disorders are my main interest.
Excerpt from the Daily Mail article about cupping:
Cupping specialist Saud Hadi says: “There are a number of cupping points on each side of the spine which correspond to organs. The most important organ for fertility is the kidney — it’s the source of life according to Chinese medicine.”
“From the look of [Aniston], she’s had cupping in the right spots for fertility treatment. The marks are likely to extend right down to her lower back. If the patient is in good health and has a good diet — like Aniston — then cupping treatment can work within about five days. It also complements IVF treatment.”
I was also featured on BBC Radio 4.
Olympic athletes, including Michael Phelps, have been photographed with large red circles on their skin.