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Dr Wang’s Master's Degree study was a randomised controlled acupuncture trial for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). After 12th session, a statistically and clinically significant difference between groups (p<0.05) in favour of acupuncture was observed.


Overall, IBS-QOL (p<0.05) improved 67.75% on 6th session and 85.29% on 12th session in comparison groups. In other words, more sessions and longer periods of acupuncture treatment have obtained better results.

Dr Wang is a registered traditional Chinese Medical practitioner. He has a BSc (Hons) and MSc, and studied for seven years at Beijing University of TCM (awarded Bachelor of Medicine), and worked for many years in the best hospitals in Beijing and Shanghai, and commenced practising TCM in the UK in 1990.


Dr Wang is a registered Traditional Chinese Medical practitioner with over 25 years of experience in this field. To help improve your health and wellbeing, Dr Wang will prescribe a variety of herbal medicines that are carefully designed for your individual requirements.

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Generally speaking, Chinese herbal medicine is safe with few side effects. Occasionally, because the body has to readjust, there may be some minor side effects, such as loose stools, or diarrhoea, of which you will be informed beforehand.


It is illegal in the UK to use harmful ingredients in Chinese herbal medicine. To ensure that the herbal medicine prescribed for you is legal and safe, you should only see a qualified and registered TCM practitioner.

Does Chinese herbal medicine have any side effects?