Action for MdDS UK was formed in 2015 with the aim of making treatment for MdDS available in the UK.  Initially we will focus on Dr Dai’s protocol but hope to also introduce cranial stimulation treatment as per the research done by Drs Cha, Pearce etc.


Action for MdDS UK is a patient group co-founded by Steph Whiting and Polly Moyer.  We have the support of Mr Chris Bowes who trained with Dr Dai early in 2016.  Chris is now in the process of setting up his clinic and hopes to start treating patients soon.  We are also looking into options for a research project and may decide to fundraise towards this.

As yet we are not a charity and may decide not to become one due to the amount of work/costs involved and the technical difficulties imposed by the existing UK dot org.  The Action group founders are currently exploring the most effective way of raising funds both in the short and long term.  We’ll keep you posted …


Action for MdDS UK is not a patient support or patient research group although we will happily signpost patients and clinicians to the relevant groups.  We are not affiliated to either the American MdDS Foundation or the existing UK dot or with MdDS Australia.


We are very grateful for the support we’ve received from Drs Dai and Hain in the USA.


Legal disclaimer: No information on this site should be taken as medical  advice and we are unable to formally endorse any treatment protocols.  Excellent information about MdDS can be found at Dr Tim Hain’s site, which is updated regularly.


Action for MdDS UK - is run by volunteers and welcomes offers of support. The views expressed in the published papers and other information on this site do not necessarily reflect the views of the co-founders of Action for MdDS.  We are also not responsible for the content of other MdDS sites, groups or papers that are linked to or discussed on this website. 


Many thanks to IFDNRG who have sponsored our Domain name for 2016.
Our site is dedicated in the memory of Steve Parsons - many thanks to his family and friends for the kind donations collected in his memory to keep this website running. Steve had MdDS since for 11 years and sadly passed away in 2015 from an unrelated condition.


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