We often underestimate the self-healing powers of our body...
Who am I?
My name is Zhuolin Zhang and I was born in ZheJiang, China in 1969. From 1991 to 1999 I studied Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and acupuncture at the TCM-University ZheJiang where I was awarded my diploma in 1999.After that I worked there as a lecturer until 2002 and then went to TCM-hospital Tianjing. I have been living in Germany since 2003. From 2007 to 2011 I worked in Germany as a TCM specialist for many practices. Since August 2011 I am a state-approved alternative practitioner. In June 2012 I opened my practice for Traditional Chinese Medicine in Koblenz-Rübenach.
What is Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)?
Traditional Chinese Medicine is a form of naturopathy that has been practised in China for more than 3000 years and is evolving constantly. It contains a variety of therapeutic methods. In Traditional Chinese Medicine diseases are never examined in isolation, but always in a greater context. Not only the symptoms, but also the causes for the medical condition are
What is acupuncture?
Acupuncture as a part of Traditional Chinese Medicine is a cure that has been established for more than 3000 years. The human body has 361 points on 14 so- called prime meridians. During treatment needles are applied to individually different points. With this stimulation (also via cupping or moxibustion) your own body's regulative forces can be triggered, thus enabling the body to help itself. The intention is to prevent, stabilize and heal diseases.
What is cupping?
The cups are hemispheric glasses, that are put on the skin while applying suction.Cupping is a traditional healing method, which can be used with great success against many diseases and medical conditions without the need for pharmaceuticals.
That's how you start TCM-Therapy:
I offer you the following treatments:
Billing according to fees regulation of the “Heilpraktikers GebüH” private insurance or self-paying
patientsappointments by prior arrangement (over the phone from 9.30 am)
Telefon: +49 261 973 757 49
Telefax: +49 261 973 239 76
Termine nach Vereinbarung
Die IKK Südwest
übernimmt einen Teil
Montag - Freitag
Vormittag: 07:40 - 12:00
Montag & Mittwoch
Nachmittag: 14:40 - 17:20
Telefon: +49 261-973 757 49
Mobil: +49 151-576 233 17
Telefax: +49 261-973 239 76
Parkplätze befinden sich vor der Praxis.