mac support

Mac Medicine is run by Ali Musa, a Mac expert with 20 years' experience in all things Apple and specialising in design and publishing issues. Mac Medicine offers friendly, jargon-free Mac support and training in your home or office. 

remote support

(for existing clients)
Click on the biscuits to download the Mac Medicine remote software.



Whether you are a beginner or an advanced user, learn how to manage your files and data and develop a simple yet powerful workflow to regain control of your creativity. Mac Medicine offers training in all the major software titles as well as in using macOS itself. 

design and publishing software

Learn to design your own material using the top desktop publishing software - Quarkxpress, Indesign, Illustrator.

Design and publishing

Image management and retouching

Learn to tag, organise and manage your image library. Retouch your images using Photoshop, Lightroom, Photos, or Capture One. Create a workflow that suits your creativity, from camera to desktop.

Image management and retouching

macOS tutorials

Make the most of your Mac - learn how to produce stunning documents to share with others, synchronise your files across your devices and learn all the useful tips and tricks that make the Mac the best operating system in the world.

To arrange personal one-to-one training in
your home or office contact me.


web design


Mac Medicine creates simple and intuitive website designs that are tailored to each client's needs. And you can manage the content yourself with little or no technical knowledge so you have total control. Recent sites have been for a book publisher, contemporary artist, architect, designer, landscape gardener and a writer.

To discuss your new website and develop your online presence contact me.


computers for schools

Starting in 2015, Mac Medicine is launching Computers for Schools.  Clients can donate their old computers to Mac Medicine and in return I will securely erase all the data at no cost, ensuring your privacy is not at risk, before passing the Mac on to a local school.

Even today, there are many families with no computer at all and children are restricted in terms of their learning.

There is a powerful link between poverty and academic performance. In 2012 only 37% of children eligible for Free School Meals got an A* to -C grade in English & Maths compared to 63% of all the other children; a 26% point gap (DfE).
— Judith Burns, BBC News education reporter

Just upgraded? Your old Mac could make a huge difference to someone. If you would like to donate, please get in touch.



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