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Acupuncture works by regulating or promoting the body’s self-healing response. Fine needles are inserted into the skin at various points on the meridians along which Qi flows. These stimulate the flow of energy through the body helping to regulate the yin/yang balance and bringing healing and well-being. Due to her high level of training, Ms Dan Jiang is able to master diverse acupuncture techniques, for example, routine body acupuncture, scalp, electric and other specialist acupuncture techniques to treat those patients who suffer mild to severe disease or complex conditions.


” points, or points where there is a pain. Bones, sharpened stones, or bamboo were inserted into these “Acupuncture point treatment has evolved over thousands of years. It is called an empirical science as Acupuncture points have been systematically tried and observed for functions and treatment efficiency. This art was started by the use of what the Chinese call “ashi Acupuncture points” and it was found to give relief. Over the following few centuries, Qigong practitioners, doctors, and shamans began to see and map out the system of energetic meridians that course throughout our body. ashi


To date, this art is still being refined. Acupuncture points are specific points on the body which give particular access to this energetic system, performing different functions depending on their locations and the patterns of disease disharmony involved. 


Ms Dan Jiang uses fine high-grade surgical steel needles to stimulate the Acupuncture point on your body. These pre-sterilized and disposable needles are used ‘only once’. The needles are usually retained in the body for 10 minutes to one hour. While the patient is relaxed, the Acupuncture practitioner may choose to manipulate particular needles at particular Acupuncture point to give desired effects.

Ms Dan Jiang is a fellow member of the following British organisations of acupuncturists and herbalists.

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British Acupuncture Council

The British Acupuncture Council British Acupuncture Council (BAcC) is the leading self-regulatory body for the practice of traditional acupuncture in the UK, a member-led organisation, governed by an elected Governing Board and driven by a specialist staff team.


Ms Jiang was elected as the fellow of the BAcC in 2016 and is the first Chinese fellow in its history. Click here to read more.

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