The principals of Traditional Chinese Medicine have been around for centuries and its practice is as relevant today as it has always been.
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Western medical professionals are now increasingly aware of the important role that Traditional Medicine takes. In the past, many people would only try Traditional Medicine when Western medicine failed them. Times have changed and Traditional Medicine can be found routinely used worldwide. One such example is in the UK with the NHS (National Health Service) using acupuncture during childbirth.
Treatment in Chinese Traditional Medicine works in very different ways to Western medicine. It concentrates more on the body as a whole rather than the condition.
In Western medicine, if you have 10 people go into a doctor’s surgery with the same condition then more likely than not they will all come out with the same treatment.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine, they could all come out with different forms of treatment depending upon the many different factors that are taken into account. The treatment can also change depending upon the stage of recovery.
Dr Ke's clinical success as a leading consultant of Chinese Medicine has been featured on BBC, CNN, ITV, Channel 4 and many other broadcasting media throughout the world as well as in the Observer, Daily Mail and FT. He is twice listed in London Evening Standards' Top 50 Health Practitioners and London's 100 Best Alternative Experts, respectively.
"The infertility file in the TCM doctor’s London clinic makes very moving reading. There, among letters from desperate women asking if Chinese medicine can help them to conceive, are colourful birth announcement cards, photographs of newborn babies and in one note a request that the doctor suggests a Chinese name for a tiny boy, to celebrate the successful outcome of infertility treatment through herbal medicine…"
Background to the book
The hardback version of this book was originally published in the UK and launched at the Chinese Embassy in London. A significant part of the book was serialised in The Observer Magazine (The Observer is a national British newspaper). During this time the magazine had to do a re-print for the first time in its history. The book then went on to be sold in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Germany and Romania.
Now this amazing book is being released in ebook format to offer a new era of readers the opportunity to take in the vast array of quality information, advice and hope. This ebook comes complete with over 1,700 hyperlinked index items.
You could say that it is a case of traditional meets modern again but in a different way!
For further advice on treatment and courses on Traditional Chinese Medicine, Dr Ke can be contacted at the Asante Academy of Chinese Medicine in London, UK. (http://www.asante-academy.com)