Manager of the Academy : Mrs. Ayla CAN
Taking charge of the administration of Academy.

 

Dr Fei Wang , M.D. Professor (specially invited)

From 1987-1992 ,he studied in Chinese Medical Dept of Henan University of Chinese Medicine and obtained Bachelor in medicine; and then continued to study as a postgraduate in the Acupuncture & Massage Dept of same university and got Master in medicine. From  1995-1998 he studied in the Acupuncture and Massage Dept of Shanghai University of Chinese Medicine and obtained M.D. degree.  He has published many articles and a book ,‘ Treating Disease with Hands’, published by the Publishing House of Shanghai University of Chinese Medicine, in May ,1999.

Dr Ruoyin Luo , PhD£¬Professor(specially invited)

Currently she is the full member of ATCM (The Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture) and mainly practising Chinese medicine in UK. Since 1997, she has studied clinical medicine in the Medical College of China South East University and obtained her Bachelor Degree in medicine. From 2000-2003, she continued to study ¡®Integrated Chinese and Western Medicine¡¯ as a postgraduate in Shanghai Military Medical University and got her Master degree in medicine. Dr Ruoyin practiced in the emergency department of Shanghai Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital from 2003 to 2005, where she also acted as a tutor for students from Shanghai University of Chinese Medicine. From 2009 to 2011, she worked as post-doc fellow in the School of Pharmacy of Queen¡¯s University Belfast, and was responsible for research design, proposal drafting, data collecting and analysis and result presenting and publishing. At the same time she also studied as a postgraduate for doctorate in Queen¡¯s University Belfast from September 2005 and finally obtained her PhD degree in 2009. During this period, she won the post-graduate studentship of Queen¡¯s University Belfast 2005. Dr Luo has published 10 articles on researches in Chinese medicine and clinical pharmacology. Her clinical special field focuses on treating depression, pain-related problem, arthritis, infertility, skin conditions, insulin resistance diabetes, etc.

 

Dr Kuiyuan Qiao,  professor in Orthopedics and Traumatology and Spinal Injury,

Assistant to President of the Academy

 Dr Kuiyuan Qiao, deputy chief physician in orthopedics, traumatology and spinal injury, is from a family of doctors practicing Chinese Medicine for generations and graduated from Henan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. His specialist training in treatment of spinal disease and hemiplegia, paraplegia rehabilitation was with the Chinese People's Liberation Army General Hospital .He served as the director of orthopedic and director of spinal disease non-surgical treatment centre, Luo Yang No. 1 Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He also worked as a doctor for Everwell Clinic in London China Town.

He is a Distinguished Professor of Medicine and Assistant Dean of UK Academy Of Chinese Medicine.

Dr Qiao is trained as a specialist in integrated traditional Chinese and Western medicine diagnosis, differential diagnosis of difficult diseases and integrative medicine. He is well known for Chinese herbal medicine prescriptions, acupuncture, massage, bone setting, etc. He is also specialized in the treatment of spinal (Cervical, thoracic, lumbar and Sacroiliac joint) disease, shoulder and knee disease, sacral iliac joint disease and avascular necrosis of the femoral. His specialty also includes spinal related internal medicine, gynaecology, neurology and ENT.

 He is highly praised for the use of traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture, massage, rehabilitation comprehensive treatment of hemiplegia and paraplegia.

 

Dr. Bo Yang  Consultant, Professor (Especially invited)
MBBS ( Shandong University of Traditional Chinese Medicine)
Dr Bo Yang has comprehensive understanding of Traditional Chinese Medicine Theory, ancient Chinese philosophy and Taoism. Developed Acupuncture Hypnosis, the Theory of  Traumatised Pulse and its use for assessing physical and psychological disorder. 
With 27 years of clinic experience, Dr. Yang specialises in the use of traditional acupuncture techniques in treating infertility, psychological emotional disorder, pain, cerebral palsy, autism etc.
Before moving to the UK in 2003, Dr. Yang worked in the fourth teaching hospital of Shandong University of TCM for 12 years as consultant neurologist.
He has published over 20 academic articles in various professional journals in China.
 

Dr Ying Wang, Professor in Acupuncture ( specially invited) 
 
graduated from Shandong University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and is currently a member of The Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture UK.
He specializes in acupuncture, and emphasises on differentiation based on meridians,overall adjustment of the body and matching human factors with seasonal changes.
Dr Wang also specialize in using YiJing theory based on seasons, and changes in Yin Yang to selectively choose specific points in a flexible way to treat difficult conditions such as stroke, depression, skin conditions; as well as various types of pain using meridian balance therapy and moxibustion, often with instant result.
He has published many academic articles, such as "moving moxibustion and it's clinical application", as well as conducting clinical trials on the application of acupuncture on animals, including arthritis in dogs, which produced very good  results.
 

Dr Lu Xin, Distinguished Professor

      Graduated from Bethune Medical University in 1983. From 1983 to 1994, he worked in the Jilin Provincial Cancer Hospital and the Jilin Provincial Anti-Cancer Association in the treatment of cancer by integrating traditional Chinese and Western medicine. As the attending physician, he has rich experience in cancer prevention and combined traditional Chinese and Western medicine treatment. He also serves as: Deputy Chairman and Secretary-General of the Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine Professional Committee of Jilin Provincial Anti-Cancer Association; Secretary-General of Jilin Provincial Anti-Cancer Association; Vice-President and Secretary-General of Jilin Provincial Cancer Foundation; Member of the Fourth Committee of Jilin Provincial Science and Technology Association. He came to the UK in 1994 and founded the Traditional Chinese Medicine Center in Derbyshire, UK. Engaged in clinical practice and teaching of traditional Chinese medicine to this day, and also serves as: Executive Chairman of the World Forum of Traditional Medicine; Executive member of the Bureau of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine; Lifetime Co-Chairman of the World Federation of Societies of Integrative Medicine; Vice President of the Traditional Chinese Medicine Ointment Professional Committee of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies; Vice President of the Scalp Acupuncture Committee of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine; European Scalp Acupuncture Association President; President of the Pharmaceutical Chamber of Commerce of the British Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Editorial board member of "World Traditional Chinese Medicine" magazine, deputy editor-in-chief of "World Traditional Chinese Medicine" European magazine; consultant of the Miao Dongzhuang Medical Society of the World Federation of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He won the 2019 World Top Ten Outstanding Figures in Traditional Chinese Medicine Award. He is currently a distinguished professor at UK Academy of Chinese Medicine. His profound knowledge and rich clinical experience have won the trust of students and patients.

Dr Tan Xingwu,Distinguished Professor of Orthopedics and Traumatology

         Graduated from Hunan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1986 and was assigned to the Orthopedics and Traumatology Department of the Second Affiliated Hospital of Hunan Traditional Chinese Medicine. He was an in-service doctorate from 1997 to 2000. He was one of the second batch of famous doctors from the three ministries and commissions. He studied and practiced under the tutelage of Professor Sun Dawu, chairman of the Department of Orthopedics of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Hunan Province and leader of the discipline. He once served as associate professor and deputy chief physician of Hunan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (promoted in 1999). He came to the UK to work in December 2002 and opened his own traditional Chinese medicine clinic in London in March 2010. He concurrently serves as the vice chairman and secretary of the Hunan Society of Orthopedics and Traumatology of Traditional Chinese Medicine, a director of the Chinese Spine Society of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and the editor of the Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine Orthopedics and Traumatology. Mainly engaged in clinical, teaching, and scientific research on orthopedic and traumatology diseases through the integration of traditional Chinese and Western medicine. Currently, he is a Distinguished Professor at the UK Academy of Chinese Medicine (Orthopedics and Traumatology).

.

Kun Zhou, Professor in Acupuncture and Massage 

Major of Acupuncture and Massage in Nanjing TCM University

 From 1991, he worked for 14 years as a Manager & Senior TCM Doctor in TCM Department of The Third Affiliated Hospital of Nanjing Medical University, and in 2005 , he came to UK as a TCM Dr until now.

 

¡îHe has accumulated rich experience with clinical practice in Chinese hospital, attended several academic seminars,also composed and published many articles and theses on professional journals and magazines.

 

¡îSince 1999, he has been taking full charge of clinical diagnosis and treatment work mainly by Tuina therapy, and combined Acupuncture& Moxibustion,Cupping Therapy and Chinese Herbal Medicine,also instructing junior physicians to grasp TCM therapies and fulfill diagnosis and treatment works. Based on the treatment of some common and frequently occurred disease, he has accumulated rich experience with clinical practice, and also did deep research on infrequent and difficulty disease.

 

¡îCombining his solid knowledge on Chinese medicine theory, Acupuncture and Massage with practice on typical British patients, he become a specialist in using Acupuncture and Massage treatment to relief pain and curing many difficult diseases of internal therapy and gynae etc.

 

 

 

Dr.Yanbing Li£¬ Professor in Chinese Medicine

Dr.Yanbing Li, an associate professor in Chinese Medicine, is the families third generation of Doctors. She studied Chinese medicine in Shandong University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) from 1992 to 1997 obtaining her Bachelor’s Degree in Chinese Medicine. Dr. Li then worked at the Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture department of Beijing Jishuitan Hospital, one of the biggest general hospitals in China. From 2000 to 2004, she also studied as
a postgraduate student specializing in encephalopathy under her tutor Professor Gao Ying, a famous scholar and expert in Chinese internal medicine, gaining her Master’s degree of Medical Science from Beijing University of TCM in 2004. Since arriving in the UK, she has worked in various London clinics. She is a member of The Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine (UK) (China) and The Association of Combination Treatment of TCM and Modern Medicine (China)
Dr. Li is very experienced in treating senile diseases, internal diseases, gynaecological diseases, and most successfully treats pain symptoms, infertility, respiratory diseases, digestive system diseases, cardiovascular system disease and neural diseases. Dr. Li’s expertise in Chinese herbal medicine and Acupuncture includes treating facial beauty, weight loss and addiction problems.

Dr Dongmei Wang , consultant & associate professor in Chinese medicine and acupuncture

She studied Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM ) in Xinjiang Medical University from 2004 to 2009 and graduated with a Bachelor Degree in 2009. In the same year, she passed the postgraduate entrance examination of Shandong University of TCM and then continued further 3 year of clinical practice and research under her tutor Prof Zhe Wang a well-known expert in Chinese medicine . Finally she completed her postgraduate course and obtained her Master Degree in TCM gynecology.After graduation, Dr Wang worked at the TCM Maternal and Child Health Hospital of Linzi District, Shandong Province,China , from 2012 to 2015. She had successfully treated many patients suffering from chronic gastrointestinal diseases as well as difficult cases of gynecological conditions with Chinese medicine and acupuncture, therefore she was highly praised by her patients. Dr Wang started to practice in UK at the end of 2015 .Currently She is a full member of ATCM, UK ,an Associate Professor and consultant of UK Academy of Chinese Medicine , responsible for theoretical and clinical teaching on Chinese medicine and acupuncture.Dr Wang is a specialist in diagnosis and treatment of gynecological diseases.

Dr Xiang-ling Shi, Associated Professor in Chinese Medicine

 

From 1984- 1989, she studied TCM (traditional Chinese medicine) at Henan University of TCM and finally obtained Bachelor Degree; and also completed the postgraduates course in the same university between Sep,2004-July,2006.From 1989- 2007, she worked as a physician at TCM Hospital of Jiaozuo City and then became chief doctor of internal medicine department. During this period, she successfully treated many patients with acute and chronic diseases , cardiovascular diseases in particular .  She was a member of research group in ‘Treating Sequelae after Stroke with Herbal Medicines’ and won the award from Henan Government in May,2000. She was co- author of the book 'Practical Clinical Internal Medicine' published by 'Military Medical Publishing House in Apr.2001; and her more than 10 pieces of theses have been published by Chinese medical journals. Since 2007, she has been practising in UK as full member of Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture UK (ATCM). She is good at treating various internal chronic diseases, skin conditions, sterility, pain syndromes... Recently she also starts working for facial beauty with new therapy way created by herself -facial meridian detoxification, gets satisfied results.

Mr. Jake Nong, Lecturer (specially invited ) in Massage and Kung Fu

  • BScTCM MATCM
  • DipAcup DipCHM
  • Master 5th Generation of Choy Lee Fut Kung Fu

Jake Nong has been practising Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine for over 15 years. He started Wushu Martial Arts under the guidance of his dad Zhaobiao Nong. Over the years, people from different backgrounds and walks of life have been treated by Jake Nong and have seen extensive improvements in their health and well-being. His contributions to Traditional Chinese Medicine and Martial Arts have earned him much respect and admiration from his patients, students and other martial artists alike.

 

Dr Ji, Jie, Professor (specially invited) in Acupuncture£¬Deputy Headteacher

MA in Acupuncture, Moxibustion and Naprapathy, Beijing Research Institute of T.C.M. July, 2002—June, 2005     ¡¡
BA in Traditional Chinese Medicine, College of T.C.M.P of C.P.U.M.S.?(Capital University of Medicine Sciences)?September, 1994—July,1999

In excess of 14 years professional experience in acupuncture, herbal and treatment massage.     ¡¡
As a member of ‘The British Acupuncture Council’, I practise with core values of trust, safety, high standards and professionalism.

Jijie. Cui Xizhang. Simple analysis the characteristic noting of¡¶Neijingzhiyao¡·. Knowledge of Ancient Medical Literature,2004,2:45
    ¡¡
Jijie. The relationship between TNF-α¡¢IL-1b and AICD. Capital Medicine, 2005, 5:36     ¡¡


Jijie. Treating ischemic stroke by “regulating Qi and using Acupuncture Moxibustion Three Removing Obstruction Methods ”. Chinese Journal of Information on T.C.M., 2005, 9:88     ¡¡

 Wang Linpeng,Liu Huilin,Jijie. Observation of Therapeutic Effects of Migraine without aura. Chinese Acupuncture and Moxibustion 2005, 10:679     ¡¡
¡¡     

Jijie. Liu Huilin etc. Effects of Three Ways Method of Acupuncture on Serum Levels of Tumor Necrosis Factor-α and Interleukin-1β in Patients with Acute Ischemic Cerebrovascular Diseases. Chinese Journal of Integrated Traditional and Western Medicine 2006, 26(6):500

 

Dr Youzhong Wu,  Professor (specially invited),  Director of Clinical Teaching Department

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Holder of membership of ATCM (Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine)

  2. Holder of the Qualification Certificate for Doctor, P.R. China

  3. Holder of Registering License for Doctors to Practice in Traditional Chinese, Medicine, P.R. China

  4. The apprenticeship certificate of the third national prestigious Traditional Chinese Medicine experts workshop

  5. Traditional Chinese Taiji Coach (Chen Style & Yang Style,Wu Style)

WORK EXPERIENCE

 

     3/2008----                      Northern Ireland TCM Clinic

 

     1/2007--   2/2008          Traditional Chinese Medicine doctor

                                           Sino-Medic

                                           Nottingham, UK

 

    5/2006—12/2006          Traditional Chinese Medicine doctor

                                           Kangning Company,

                                   Belfast, UK

 

    10/2005—4/2006          Traditional Chinese Medicine doctor

                                           Dr. Shi’s Traditional Chinese Medical clinic

                                           Banbridge, Northern Ireland, UK

 

    8/1999 £­10/2005         Attending Physician                   

                                           Shanghai Nanhui Central Hospital, Shanghai, China

                                              

    7/1992 £­ 8/1997          Resident Physician

                                          Nantong Hospital of Chinese and Western Integrative Medicine,

                                          Nantong, Jiangsu, China

PROFESIONAL SPECIALTIES

   Proficient in treatment by Chinese herbs, acupuncture and Chinese traditional medical massage    

   of back pain, cervical spondylosis, extruded disk muscle strain, frozen shoulder, arthritis,  acne,  insomnia,

   menopause syndrome, infertility,  depression bronchitis, allergic rhinitis, menorrhagia, asthma, heart burn,

   chronic gastritis, gastric ulcer, colitis, diabetes mellitus, etc.

EDUCATION

 9/2001 £­ 7/2004           Master Degree of Traditional Chinese Medicine

                                        Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine,

                                        Shanghai, China

                                        Major: Traditional Chinese Medicine

  Master degree thesis entitled: Study on the mechanism of relationship between peeled coating and asthma in children.

 

 9/1997 £­ 7/1999           Bachelor Degree of Traditional Chinese Medicine

                                        Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine,

                                        Shanghai, China

                                           Major: Traditional Chinese Medicine

 

    9/1987 £­ 7/1992           Bachelor Degree of Clinical Medicine

                                           Nanjing Medical University, Nanjing, China

                                           Major: Clinical Medicine

Naeem Katib, Lecturer in Acupuncture and Kung Fu(specially invited )

Naeem Katib is an ATCM Certified Practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).

During his medical training he treated patients in several hospitals and clinics both in the UK and in China.  Naeem graduated in 2008 with a joint 2.1 BSc honours from Middlesex University London and Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
 
After Graduating he worked for a Large Chinese Medicine organisation known as Dr & Herbs, in several of their clinics, providing patients with acupuncture, cupping and Chinese Tui’na therapy.

Then in 2009 he established the Company the Traditional Way focusing on Chinese Healthcare. While he was establishing and developing the company for three years (April 2009 to April 2012), he worked as an NHS acupuncturist in 2 GP surgeries in East London, supporting GPs in the local area and treating patients referred by them.

Then In May 2012, He Opened a Mini clinic inside a large reputable pharmacy in the Edmonton Area until January 2013 where he Relocated into New larger Premises and Open his own TCM clinic Known as ‘The Traditional Way Chinese Healthcare’
 
As a part of his Clinic team, Naeem has invited with the several Renowned Doctors of TCM from china to work alongside him
 
During and after his Studies he traveled to China many times and for long periods of time enabling to learn and speak fluent Chinese (Mandarin). He also has in depth knowledge of Chinese Culture.