Dr. Yuan Bingsheng, Acupuncture
|Specialties||Acupuncture | Herbal Therapy|
|Conditions||Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) | Migraine|
|Language||Chinese | English|
Dr Yuan has trained for over 29 years in Traditional Chinese Medicine. He worked in China hospital for 16 years where he trained many Doctors. He now continues to work and study Acupuncture and Herbal treatments in England.
Mr Bing Sheng Yuan studied Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and acupuncture full-time for 3 years and then worked for a hospital in China for 16 years. He spent another 6 years in part-time studies of herbs and 2 years for combined TCM and Western medicine. He has over 24 years of TCM clinic experience and trained under famous TCM herbs master Dr Li Kong Ding and acupuncture master Professor Dr Yang Jie Bin.
He worked for the TCM Orthopedics and Traumatology Hospital for 10 years and then moved on to the TCM Comprehensive Hospital where he was the director of the TCM clinic department and he trained the TCM students and doctors.
In 2007, Mr. Yuan moved to the UK to share his passion and knowledge further. He has practiced in Peterborough (2007-2008), Doncaster Frenchgate Centre (2008-2012) and Rotherham centre (2013) before setting up his very own clinic.
Mr Yuan is a chief Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Physician, and an expert in acupuncture and herbal therapy. He has over 60 TCM articles published and is a member of ATCM and Academic Committee FTCMP.
After trading in Doncaster Town Centre, we are currently based in Cantley, just a few minutes from the bus terminus at the top of Goodison Boulevard.
We treat conditions holistically where most Western medicines cannot. The traditional Chinese approach we use is different from Western methods, but is still every bit as scientific. We use proven herbs and treatments for ALL Western health concerns.
Here’s a little something to explain Chinese remedies a little better…
The Chinese believe the body has a Yin and a Yang, when there is an imbalance there is in turn an effect.. Yin and Yang work in the body as hormones do. The key is for your practitioner to balance the two to bring harmony to the body.
Chinese remedies are a natural treatment with no adverse affects and are based on the concept that the body is run by channels called meridians which affect different areas of the body. These meridians lead to specific points around the body which affect other areas (because everything is linked). For example you have points in your arms which can help stop nose bleeds or heart pains!
So, Traditional Chinese Medicines treat the whole body, not just the symptoms. Pain in one place will lead to other things being unable to function as optimally.
Another example: you may have stomach pains, acupuncture may be the treatment used, depending on other various symptoms. The doctor may not just put needles in your stomach but also your hands, feet or head!