Michail's interest in Alternative and Traditional Medicine begun taking form in 1998 when he begun studying different forms of Energy Healing. In 2008 he completed a BSc (Hons) in Traditional Chinese Medicine - Acupuncture at the University of Westminster, London and became a full member of the British Acupuncture Council (MBAcC). Additionally he received a Diploma in Chinese Massage - Tuina from the same University.
After his graduation he worked as an Assistant Supervisor at the Polyclinic of the University of Westminster and at the same time established his own clinic. His endeavours to deepen his knowledge and specialization in the science of Acupuncture led him to the work of the well known teacher, author and Master of Acupuncture Kiiko Matsumoto, and so in 2010 he specialized in the style that has been developed and taught by her, known as Japanese Acupuncture Kiiko Style.
During his practice he developed an interest in the contemporary forms of Energy Medicine and the latest technologies provided by modern science. He received a Diploma in Bioresonance from the DaVinci College of Holistic Medicine, Cyprus and begun utilizing in his practice different devices, such as, Vegetative Reflex Test (VRT) and Electro-Dermal Screening (EDS) devices, Soft Laser, SCENAR, etc, in order to enhance his diagnostic and treatment protocols.
Currently he is using the most refined traditional methods in combination with the most modern technologies in order to identify the root cause of the health issues of his clients and deliver the optimal treatments for each individual. He has a special interest in treating all kinds of Pain Conditions, Immune System Dysfunctions and Digestive Tract issues.
His interests also include psychology and psychotherapy and he is trained in Childhood Deconditioning.
Cypriot Community Centre
London Natural Health Centre
46 Theobalds Road
Japanese Acupuncture Bioresonance & Supportive Therapies
Combining Traditional Medicine and Modern Technologies for your Health and Wellbeing
Personalised Treatments with Focus on Causative Factors