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The Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture is the UK’s largest regulatory body for the practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine. TCM includes Acupuncture
, Chinese Herbal Medicine and Tuina medical massage. ATCM are currently engaged in academic studies regarding TCM, which includes researching current/new natural medicines and improving the clinical application of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
The British Acupuncture Accreditation Board is devoted to monitoring high educational standards and practises so that the general public can be assured that BAAB accredited courses/programmes are taught by knowledgeable, reflective, competent and safe acupuncture practitioners.
The Complementary Medical Association is a non-profit organisation that is dedicated to promoting ethical, responsible and professional complementary medicine to the public and medical profession. By promoting research, education and knowledge in the field of complementary medicine, we are able to stimulate demand for natural medicine in the 21st century and beyond.
Shulan UK – TCM Wholesale
| Shulan UK – TCM Clinic
Shulan UK is a professional TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) company established by Shulan Tang
in 1993. Shulan UK comprises of a clinic, college and the sale of Chinese Medicine products. Shulan UK prides itself on giving an honest and friendly service, to both patients and practitioners alike.
The Journal of Chinese Medicine was established in 1979 by Peter Deadman, and has been continuously publishing articles since then. It has played a large role in establishing the high standards of education for Traditional Chinese Medicine through-out the English speaking world. On site they offer Chinese medicine books, news articles on various TCM and research, and a range of online products to purchase including herbs, Acupuncture supplies and specialist teas.
The Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists represents those physiotherapists who are interested in integrating Western Evidence Based Acupuncture into mainstream Physiotherapy for the management of pain and systemic conditions.