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Jian is an fully trained and practising trained acupuncturist in Edinburgh. Jian completed a five-year intensive course in the School of Acupuncture Moxibustion, in Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), one of the oldest universities of TCM in China.

After being awarded the Bachelor Degree of Medical Science in 1990, she worked in the hospital of the university, where she practised acupuncture and herbal medicine and became a qualified Doctor of TCM. She came to the UK in 1996 and worked very successfully in Sheffield, Southend-on-Sea and London.

Since she moved to Edinburgh with her family in 1999 she has been practising in Mulberry House at the West End, the largest complementary health centre in Edinburgh. She is a member of British Acupuncture Council (BAcC) since 1996, which regulates this profession in the UK and maintains high standards of education, ethics, discipline and practice to ensure the health and safety of the public at all times.

Being a Zita West affiliated acupuncturist, Jian has trained with Zita and her team in Zita’s clinic in London – the largest and most successful integrated reproductive health practice in the UK. She also receives ongoing support in Zita West’s comprehensive, holistic approach to achieving optimum reproductive health. This covers a wide range of treatments and approaches to help boost fertility, enhance IVF, improve pregnancy, enhance birth outcomes and support post-natal recovery.

Over the years, Jian has treated a broad range of complaints and she also visits China regularly for extensive trainings in specific areas, including male and female fertility issues, gynaecological conditions, muscular-skeletal & neurological pain and mental-emotional problems. To provide the best care, and to give good treatment and advice have always been Jian’s passion and priority.

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For short, acupuncture is a system of medicine. Often combined with herbs, acupuncture has been in common practice for over 3000 years throughout China and an element in Chinese Culture. It has been used to treat most problems with a high degree of success. The treatment involves the insertion of fine needles through the skin at specific points on the body, called acupuncture points.

Hundreds of acupoints situated along the energy channels, called meridians which are associated with the various body systems. Throughout these channels, Qi (chi), regarded as energy by people outside China, flows smoothly to keep us in a state of harmony or balance.

The aim of acupuncture is to regulate the meridians of the body and unblock the stagnation of Qi as any obstruction to the flow of energy may result in physical, mental and emotional imbalance. This eventually leads to illness.

By stimulating the acupoints using various manipulations, the energy is able to flow freely and this allows the body to re-establish its natural balance and regain its strength.
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21 Manor Pl

Edinburgh, EH3 7DX
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