We are temporarily closed due to a relocation.

Dear clients

The clinic is temporarily closed at the moment due to a relocation. We will keep you updated as soon as we settle into a new premises.

We are very sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused. If you have any enquiry, please contact us by email or telepnone.

e-mail:  chinesemedicalcentre@yahoo.co.uk

Tel: 01452 290098 or 07894039486

Many thanks for your support.

With my best regards


Lei Wang

TCM doctor and acupuncturist from Chinese Medical Centre

Welcome to our new website.

If you’re a current patient… you’ll already be familiar with what we do and how Traditional Chinese Medicine can support health and well-being.  We’ll be posting interesting links and topical articles each week as well as launching an on-line ordering service for our herbal remedies.

If you’re a new visitor to our site… we trust you’ll find what you’re looking for, whether that’s useful information about acupuncture and other Chinese practices, authentic herbal supplies or details about visiting our clinic in Gloucester.


As one of  Dr Wang’s patient, I can strongly recommend her for her outstanding professional skill. My eyes became very sensitive to light after suffering from posterior scleritis. Sessions of acupuncture did improve my condition and made night- time driving easier again. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs give me stomach ache and  I  have  resorted to acupuncture and massage for pain relief and increased flexibility for my shoulder problem. Dr Wang’s prescriptions for preventing cold and flu are also very effective. Her clinic is my first choice as far as alternate medicines is concerned.

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Patients with back pain should receive acupuncture through the NHS, the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) has recommended in its latest guideline.

Back pain is among the most common reasons for visits to family doctors (after colds and flu). It affects one in three adults in the UK each year, with an estimated 2.5 million people seeking help from their GP. The NHS spends £1.5bn on treating the condition, and much of that is wasted on worthless treatments, according to Nice.  From among 200 treatments and devices claimed to help a bad back, the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (Nice) has passed judgement on what works and what doesn’t.

X-rays, ultrasound and steroid injections are out and osteopathy, chiropractic and “needling” are in, it says.

To read the full story in today’s Health News section of The Independent click here


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