Dr. Alan Jansson,
Acupuncture | Traditional Chinese Medicine
Anxiety Disorders | Sleep Disorders | Stress
World Acupuncture is run by Mr. Alan Jansson. He is highly talented in TCM and Japanese Acupuncture. Alan Jansson graduated with a Bachelor of Acupuncture Practitioner Diploma of Acupuncture in 1984. His other professional qualifications are Diploma in Massage (1981), Australian representative Japanese Meridian Therapy Association (2000), Fellow Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association # 0148, Member Australian Traditional Medical Society # 270, AHPRA Registration CMR0001712141. Alan Jansson is an internationally recognized teacher and practitioner of Japanese Acupuncture.
Founder and Director at World Acupuncture
Director at The Australian Centre for Natural Medicine
Director at The Institute of Classical Oriental Medicine
Board member at Australian Acupuncture Association
Head of Acupuncture Dept. Australian Institute of Applied Sciences
Senior Lecturer at Academy of Natural Therapies, Gold Coast TAFE
Fellow Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association # 0148
Australian representative Japanese Meridian Therapy Association
Studied Bachelor of Acupuncture Practitioner Diploma of Acupuncture
Diploma in Massage
World Acupuncture was established in 2004 to globally connect like-minded acupuncture practitioners/students, whilst sharing my 35 years of clinical experience and resultant enthusiasm for the efficacy of Traditional Japanese Acupuncture. Through our extensive online library you will gain access to 100's of educational videos including live workshop recordings and clinical case histories with in-depth treatment protocol explanations.
Prosperity through Practice, the Secret is in the Journey.
Herbal Medicine, Meridian Therapy and TCM are all the same and their theories come from the same source.
For us acupuncturists, treating patients is our destiny. If one executes one’s given duty, blessings will definitely come from above.
It is also important to remember that treatment skills and theory cannot be separate in traditional classical medicine. Even if one has a great understanding of theory, if the treatment skill is poor, it is just nonsense.