Cloud Mountain Traditional Health Center is designed to meet the needs of those foreigners living in or visiting China who would like to gain a better understanding of their health as viewed through the window of Traditional Chinese medicine, but feel discouraged by the lack of quality service here in China.
Here at Cloud Mountain Health Center we seek to create a friendly atmosphere where people are free to come and learn more about creating a healthy lifestyle as well as a place to seek help for acute or chronic ailments. At Cloud Mountain Health Center you can avoid the crowds common in hospitals here in China as we provide a quiet and private atmosphere in which to discuss your questions one on one with our health consultant.
Consultation includes pulse assessment, as well as tongue and channel diagnosis to determine exactly what systems in the body are imbalanced.
For those seeking help in resolving particular health problems we allot ample time to thoroughly discuss your case and ascertain the best course of treatment. Private rooms are provided for those who choose to receive acupuncture. If desired our acupuncturist can also provide you with and herbal prescription to address your health issues. In fact a combined acupuncture/herbal treatment is the ideal way to address many chronic ailments, however in most hospitals in China the acupuncture and herbal medicine departments are separate from each other, creating difficulty for those who wish to use both modalities to treat their health issues.
Acupuncture: additional 100 RMB
Tuina Massage or moxibustion treatment:
Experience the benefits of a traditional Chinese massage from highly skilled practitioners of qigong martial arts, or Chinese tuina massage, using qigong energy massage and traditional medical treatments to cure common ailments, chronic pain and other sickness.
- Neck, shoulder and back pain
Shelley has been a licensed practitioner of traditional Chinese herbal medicine and acupuncture since the year 2000, and holds a Ph.D. in the History of Chinese Medicine from the Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences in Beijing. Ms. Ochs lived in Taiwan from 1989-93, and has been in Beijing since 2007. Her training includes an M.S. in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the Bilingual Program of the American College of Traditional Chinese medicine in San Francisco, and traditional apprenticeship training with senior acupuncturist Dr. Wang Juyi in Beijing. She was a co-translator of Ten Lectures on the Use of Medicinals, published in 2003 by Paradigm Press, and has published articles on Chinese medicine in both English and Chinese. Her current research focuses on the translation and transmission of classical Chinese medicine texts.
Miranda graduated from PhD of China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences in 2013, major in TCM Psychosomatic medicine. Earlier in 2001, she graduated from Australia Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology with Bachelor's Degree in Health Science (Chinese Medicine) in 2001 and H.K. Baptist University with degree in Chinese Medicine in 2001, and she graduated from Master degree of Guangzhou TCM University in 2008, major in Dermatology.
Thomas has been studying herbal medicine since 1989. His original training was in Western herbalism and later in Chinese medicine. He is a graduate of the American School of Herbalism and holds a Masters Degree in Traditional Oriental Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. Thomas is the former Chair of the Department of Herbal Medicine at the Institute of Clinical Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in Honolulu, HI, and on the advisory board for the John Burns School of Medicine’s Department of Alternative and Complimentary Medicine, University of Hawai’i at Mānoa. Thomas has been living in Beijing, China for the last 4 years where he has been practicing and worked with several teachers. Thomas has primarily focused on internal medicine including the treatment of gynecology, as well as digestive, liver, and lung illnesses.
Thomas' philosophy of healing is based on compassionate empathy, conscious awareness, and that each person is unique; requiring their program to health to be uniquely designed. Thomas believes that diet and lifestyle are major factors in building and maintaining health, and that these combined with Chinese medicine are powerful tools for healing.
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