Clinic for Traditional Chinese Medicine Z.G. Yang

TCM Clinic Z.G. Yang English 400pxWelcome to  TCM Praktijk Z.G. Yang, a clinical practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine, including acupuncture, moxatherapy, herbal medicine, cupping, Guasha therapy, en Tuina massage, exercise of Taiji, Qigong, and dietary therapy. etc.

Acupuncture is among the oldest healing practices in the world, originated over 3,000 years ago in China.  According to traditional Chinese medical theory, acupuncture points are located on meridians through which Qi vital energy runs. The acupuncture technique that has been most often studied scientifically involves penetrating the skin with thin, solid, metallic needles, these needles can be stimulated by the hands or combined with burning moxa sticks (classic acupuncture), and in modern time, often stimulated with electrical or laser device (modern acupuncture), these different methods of stimulating needles bring extra acupuncture effect according to energy conditions. Acupuncture is considered part of complementary and alternative medicine in the West. In Holland, acupuncture treated by qualified acupuncturist are mostly covered under “alternatief geneeswijze” by healthcare insurance company. see Acupuncture Reimbursement List.

Most important effects of acupuncture and herbal medicine:

1. Pain and inflammation management, arthritis, lumbago, headaches, recurrent cystitis or coryza, etc.;
2. Relief of allergic problems and improvement of immunity, such as eczema, dermatitis, allergic asthma, hay fever, etc.
3. Recovery and maintenance of energy balance, such as chronic fatigue, recurrent bronchitis, depression, insomnia, etc.

Acupuncture indications List published by WHO (World Health Organization)

As an acupuncturist working in Holland, I am a registered member of Dutch Acupuncture Association since 1991. I am also guest teacher of several European acupuncture schools from 1991 till now.

  1. Shenzhou Open Universiteit van Traditionale Chinese Geneeskunde te Amsterdam;
  2. Nei-Jing Acupuncture School in Netherland;
  3. Herbal Education at Bao Ku institue in Utrecht;
  4. Jing-Ming College in Belgium;
  5. Hara Shiatsu school in Austria

The clinic meets the required hygienic standard, all acupuncture needles used are disposal.

As a Chinese doctor/acupuncturist/herbalist, I finished all medical educations in China between 1973 and 1980, which involved both western modern medical knowledge and traditional Chinese medicine. I worked 7 years in different municipal hospitals in Shanghai till 1987.

In the end of 1987 I came to Holland and worked in academic hospital in Groningen with joint medical project on research work of acupuncture anesthesia and pain management.

Later on I moved to Hilversum and established my own TCM practice. Between 1993 and 1999 I regularly gave teachings on acupuncture and herbal medicine at different TCM schools in Holland, Belgium, and Austria.

I am a qualified and registered member of the Professional Acupuncture Association of The Netherlands (N.V.A.) from 1990 till now, acupuncture treatments in my clinic can therefore be reimbursed by most medical insurance company in Holland.

My mother language is Chinese, but I can speak English and Dutch fluently.

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to make a contact.

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Contact information:

  • Address: Wolvenlaan 30,
  • Postcode: 1216 DA
  • City/town: Hilversum
  • Country: The Netherlands

There are enough free parking places in front of the clinic.

  •     Clinic tel. 035-6237753
  •     Mobile: 06-38353738
  •     e-mail: zgyang@kpnmail.nl

Working hours:

  •         Monday:         10.00 – 20.00
  •         Wednesday:    10.00 – 18.00
  •         Friday:            10.00 – 18.00

Please first make a contact for an appointment by phone or e-mail before you come to visit.

Disclaimer

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Self-diagnosis is not recommended and internet-based advice is no substitute for a face-to-face visit with a healthcare practitioner.

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