“I come from a family of doctors. My medical lineage dates back to the Qing dynasty. My grandfather and great-grandfather were as famous in China for their medical skill as for their compassion and kindness towards those who could not afford their treatment. I enjoy the work of solving medical problems and I want to help people work and live in good health. I always remember the stories of my grandfathers’ kindness and integrity.”Dr. Jing
Dr Jing graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine in 1988 following 6 years of study that covered traditional Chinese medicine (TCM); acupuncture; tuina massage therapy, moxibustion; medical physiology; medical pathology; pharmacology; biochemistry and other medical areas.
Over 31 years of experience as a practitioner. Dr Jing began her work as acupuncturist and herbalist at the Chinese Medicine Hospital of Beijing University in July 1988. She worked her way up to the senior doctor role in 1993.
Dr Jing is a member of the General Council of Traditional Chinese Medicine; Beijing Acupuncture Society; China Acupuncture Society, and the British Register of Complementary Practitioners.
Dr Jing taught and trained at the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine (1992-2001) as well as at the International Acupuncture Learning Class. She worked as examiner at the Beijing Practitioner Acupuncturist Qualification Examinations (1998-2001).
- ‘Best Lecturer’ (Beijing University of Chinese Medicine) – 1997, 1998, 1999.
- ‘The Complete Work of Chinese Acupuncture‘ [in Chinese], 1992, co-editor.
Dr Jing is experienced in using acupuncture, herbal medicine, tuina massage therapy and cupping to successfully treat pain conditions (e.g. sciatica, arthritis, frozen shoulder, neck pain, headache, migraine, sports injuries), infertility, stress, depression and skin conditions.
Experience of Working in the UK
Dr Jing has been working in London and Reading for 17 years. This includes 12 years as a clinic manager, a role where she combined her work as a senior doctor with supervisory duties.
“Working in the UK I see many cases of stress, depression, infertility, pain, hay fever, hair loss, psoriasis, eczema and IBS. My treatment approach is always the same: I always start with the consultation because during the consultation I am both a doctor and a psychologist.
As a psychologist I listen to the patient and I ask questions to understand them as a person. As a doctor, I then explain to them how the body works and why certain herbs and acupuncture treatment would help them.
Many patients say to me that nobody listens to them, so I listen patiently.”Dr. Jing
More About Dr. Jing
“Recently I started playing golf. I love how golf takes you outdoors where you can enjoy fresh air in a company of people.
I like to enjoy the beautiful scenery of English seaside. Because I also draw and paint, I travel to places like Whistable, Brighton and Bournemouth and take pictures that I recreate in watercolours at home.”Dr. Jing