Jane Weiwei Zhou And Dr Cailong Fang
Weiwei Jane Zhou is a member of the Chinese Medical Institute & Register in London. She has got a Bachelor’s Degree in Medicine and had been medical doctor at the large hospital in China and had practiced Chinese and Western medicine for 11 years. In the UK, She has practiced Traditional Chinese Medicine for 12 years and built up a very good reputation, specialising in helping couples with fertility problems.
Dr Cailong Fang has gained his Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine. He was taught by a well-known Professor (Xilin Zhou) and therefore has a deep understanding into effective herb formulas for different ailments. He has gained MD in Neuroscience and was a postdoctoral research scientist in Southampton University, King’s College London and Imperial College London with Wellcome trust, Medical Research Council, International Spinal Cord Research and Asthma UK projects. He has practiced Acupuncture, Chinese medicine and Western medicine for over 10 years in a well known hospital in China and part-time in Chinese medicine practices in the UK for 8 years and is a member of The Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture UK (ATCM) and became a full time practitioner since September 2014. He has a thorough understanding of the mechanisms of different ailments by both Chinese and Western medicine and has varied success with difficult and complicated diseases.
Training, qualifications & experience
Weiwei Jane Zhou BSc in Medicine, CMIR
Dr Cailong Fang BSc, MSc in Traditional Chinese Medicine, MD in neuroscience
The member of ATCM
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Consultation & Assessment : FREE and no obligation
Registration fee £10 for the first time
Acupuncture From £35 for a consultation,& comprehensive treatment, including acupressure, cupping & Tui Na (therapeutic massage) if needed
Herb Medicine Herb mixture from £6 per day; herb tablets from £8 per bottle for one week
Discounts are available on pre-paid courses of 5 or more treatments.
If you have been diagnosed with or suspect you may have a pre-existing medical condition you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.
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