Dr Tsui Ling qualified in 1992 in the UK and obtained her membership of the Royal College of Physicians in 1997, and fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians in 2012. She then trained as a Dermatologist in Greater Manchester and obtained her specialist training certificate in 2005. She has been a NHS consultant since 2005. She is currently a full time Consultant Dermatologist at the Salford Royal Foundation Trust, and has NHS clinics in the Bury Dermatology Service at Radcliffe.
Dr Ling is an experienced consultant in the Bury and Bolton area. Dr Ling is experienced in managing psoriasis, eczema, acne (including prescription of Isotretinoin), Cryotherapy, Skin Surgery of benign and malignant skin conditions, and others. She obtained an MD in Photodermatology with the University of Manchester in 2009.
Dr Ling’s subspecialty expertise is in the Phototherapy of various skin conditions eg. Psoriasis, Eczema, Vitiligo, hand and foot skin disease; Photodynamic Therapy of solar damage, pre-cancerous lesions (Bowen's disease or Bowenoid keratosis) and skin cancers (Basal Cell Carcinoma); as well as investigation of Photosensitivity disorders. She is actively involved in the teaching of undergraduate and postgraduate students in Dermatology. She is the main author of the British Association of Dermatologists' guidelines on Phototherapy.
She was previously interviewed in a Channel five series, 'Medical Mysteries', on a rare photosensitivity condition.
Curettage and Cautery
Excision of cysts
Excision of skin lesions
Injection of keloid scars
Removal of moles
Removal of skin tags
Skin biopsies and skin cancer
Treatment of xanthelasmata
Eczema / Dermatitis
Female skin conditions
Lumps and bumps
Photodynamic Therapy of skin cancer, pre-cancerous lesions, and sun damage
Polymorphic Light Eruption
MB BCh BAO (Belfast) 1994
MD (University of Manchester) 2008
FRCP (London) 2012
Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer in Dermatological Sciences
• British Association of Dermatologists
• British Photodermatology Group
• British Medical Association
• Royal College of Physicians
• Northern England Dermatological Society