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Qing Zhang comes from China. She was born in a family with a tradition of Chinese medicine. She learned Chinese medicine from her mother and aunt since she was a little girl. She then studied in Chinese medicine and acupuncture in Beijing Railway Medical College, Jilin University, Beijing Chinese Medical University. After her training, she worked in a hospital in China for eight years before coming to England.

She joined a team of acupuncturists for anesthesia, working in operations at the hospital, and completed many successful cases of anesthesia from acupuncture for operations. She learnt from the famous Dr Meng of Chinese medicine in the city of Changchun. he was also taught by Professor Liu Gui Chun,

Sworking at the acupuncture department at the Renmin hospital of the Beijing Medical School, who had 40 years of acupuncture experience.
Qing Zhang is keen to learn new techniques and skills, and she always tries to update her Chinese medicine and acupuncture knowledge. She has often returned to China to catch up on new techniques, and has attended many seminars and lectures on various specialised subjects given by visiting Chinese professors and doctors. She has been to The Master Course of Chinese Medicine On Dermatology, taught by professor Li Lin , who was a famous dermatologist in China. He wrote many books on dermatology, and he was the head of the department of dermatology at the Guang An Men Hospital of the Beijing Chinese Medicine Institute. She has been to the 'Gynecology in Chinese Medicine' course, taught by the famous professor Shen Ji Yun from the Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She has been to the 'Gynecology Seminar' on Chinese Herbal Medicine, taught by Professor Xia Gui Cheng, the director of the Gynecology Department at the Affiliated Hospital in Nanjing and professor of Gynecology at the Nanjing University of Tradition Chinese Medicine, etc.
In 1989, Qing Zhang came to Southampton in the UK, and she started working at the Eastleigh Osteopathic and Acupuncture Clinic for a few years, before she began to run a busy Chinese Acupuncture and Herbal Clinic in Southampton. She is a member of the British Acupuncture Council and is also a member of the Association of Tradition Chinese Medicine.
In 1990 January, the Southampton Daily Echo published an article about Qing Zhang's practice in Southampton entitled 'Dr Zhang Comes easy' . In 1998, the Southampton Daily Echo in its Health Check section published an article 'Needles try to weed out ciggy habit', talking about acupuncture being used to stop smoking. On 6th November 2000, the Daily Echo Body Soul section had an article entitled 'Chinese Herbs for cure' including interviews with her Chinese herbal medicine patients about how she had successfully treated skin problems such as psoriasis, etc. (Click here to see the article). In August 1997, BBC Radio Solent broadcasted a live interview with Qing Zhang about her practice of Chinese acupuncture and herbal medicine . In August 1998, BBC television South Today broadcasted an interview with her and her patient about her practice in Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture.
Qing Zhang has given some lectures in 'Ear Acupuncture therapy' for the Acupuncture Association of Physiotherapists in the South. Qing Zhang wrote an article entitled 'Acupuncture forAcute Prostatitis' and 'Tradition Chinese Medicine: Cupping Therapy', both of which were published in the Acupuncture magazine 'The European Journal of Oriental Medicine' .
In March 2002, she was appointed as visiting professor by Chinese Medical School, Xong Cai University, China.

Qing Zhang has been one of the Zita West Affiliated Acupuncturists since 2011. The Zita West Affiliate National Network is the most successful integrated fertility network in the UK. The network specializes in all aspects of male and female reproductive health. All acupuncturist members of the network have received training in Zita West攕 unique holistic approach to achieving optimum reproductive health as well as the diagnostic processes and treatment protocols followed at Zita West London clinic. Members also have access to the Clinic and other members of the network for consultation and general advice.


John Zhang, as a qualified acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist, was trained in both China and U.K He has been practicing for 10 years. He is also a Tai Chi and Chi Kung master, offering Tai chi courses in some colleges and Chi Kung class in our clinic. He uses a variety of therapies in his practice, like Guasha and Chi Kung therapy, apart from acupuncture and herbs. John also has a PhD degree from Southampton University.

John regularly gives lectures to different colleges on Chinese medicine and organise seminars in our clinic. He is also a language lecturer and an expert on Taoism and traditional Chinese way to keep in good health.
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