About Ms Dan Jiang
TCM Consultant awarded by the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies (WFCMS)
FBAcC – Fellow of the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC)
FATCM – Fellow and Mentor of the UK Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture (ATCM)
Principal of the Hallam Institute of TCM UK
Vice Principal of the Asante Academy of Chinese Medicine UK
Clinical consultant in the GP−TCM consortium (Supported by the EC) & GP-TCM Research Association
Visiting Professor of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine BUCM
Supervisor to Student Selected Component (SSC), School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, the University of Sheffield UK
More than 40 years of clinical practice and teaching experiences in acupuncture and TCM in both private clinics and affiliated hospitals of universities in China and UK.
Practising in the UK since 1991 and has treated more than 10,000 patients.
The successful practices of her are many times reported by the Medias.
Ms Dan Jiang has over 40 years of clinical experiences and has been practicing in the UK for near 30 years and has helped than ten thousand patients from many different countries out of debilitating medical conditions including, a variety of internal diseases, infertility, women's health conditions, acute and chronic muscle and joint pains, cancer care and post-surgery complications, dermatological diseases, etc.
As an experienced TCM consultant who was trained for eight years in both traditional Chinese medicine and systematic conventional western medicine, Ms Dan Jiang obtained her Master's degree in Medical Science at the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine in China, and has since had more than 40 years of teaching and clinical experience in Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), including private practice and working in a variety of hospitals in both China and the UK. She has also had her academic papers featured in professional publications.
Since 1991, Ms Dan Jiang has been practising in the UK and gained more experiences in successfully diagnosing and treating some common western diseases using the perspective of TCM. Some of these diseases have been considered either incurable or untreatable by routine medicine.
Ms Dan Jiang sits in the first council of the ATCM in 1994 and has since served in many key roles for the development and legislation of TCM practice in the UK. In 2016, Ms Dan Jiang was elected as the first Chinese Fellow member of British Acupuncture Council (BAcC).