AcupunctureChinese complementary medicine for pain relief & therapeutic purposes
This is perhaps the best known complementary medicine in western society, and the one that most people say they would be happy to try. It involves inserting fine needles at appropriate points along the invisible channels of motivating energy, which are connected to the organs of the body. Acupuncture does not hurt, and all the needles are sterile, disposable and for single use only.
Dr Wan studied both Chinese and western medicine for eight years at Shanghai University (1980-88). After being awarded bachelor's and master's degrees in medicine, he gained considerable experience in clinical practice in a university hospital, as well as teaching in the university for five years (1988-93). He has published six research papers and four books in the subject.
Dr Wan started practicing in England in 1993 as a fully qualified practitioner and vastly experienced acupuncturist, Chinese herbalist and lecturer in Chinese medicine. He has built up a very busy practice and has taught acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine to hundreds of British students and European medical doctors.
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