How to get the best out of Acupuncture treaining in China. First, get on board the Fast Train to Jing Xian, Anhui Province, China.
Acupuncture training in China. Boarding the fast train on the way to Jing Xian from Hefei, the capital of Anhui Province takes little under an hour to travel 155 miles.
With a population of over 360,000 people in the local area Jing Xian is a major farming area. The local population here relies on the Jingxian Hospital for medical care. This hospital is a Traditional Chinese Medicine hospital supplying Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine and Tui Na or manual therapies to help patients get better and stay well.
Professor Yang, arguably the most famous acupuncture Doctor in the Province of Anhui (62.5 million people). Professor Yang has developed treatment protocols for treating pain, neurological conditions, digestive ailments, health, wellbeing, and regeneration using acupuncture. He has won numerous national awards for his studies and the application of acupuncture for the treatment of disease.
Dr. Tony Willcox has trained with his mentor Professor Yang over the past 4 years whilst pursuing and completing his Ph.D. in Acupuncture in China. This was a natural journey after having the highest level of acupuncture training and qualifications in the United States with a Clinical Doctorate.
Training in China gives much more experience with treating many varied disease states and conditions compared with the lower population exposure to acupuncture in America. This opportunity gives the practitioner many varied techniques with acupuncture and Chinese medicine. Providing a vast array of experience to integrate with local populations of patients seeking treatment with acupuncture in Boca Raton, Delray Beach, and Boynton Beach.
After training in the Shanghai Hospitals of Shuguang and YueYang, Dr. Tony decided to further his education by training in Anhui Province under the guidance of Professor Yang Jun. This experience over the past 4 years has taken the practice of Acupuncture Zen to deeper levels after the past 15 yeras of clinical practice. Never done Learning! ; )