Kasha Yang and Abdominal Acupuncture
Kasha Yang applies abdominal acupuncture to a patient
Jian Zhang prepares herbs for
Jian Zhang sets up packs of herbal teas for a patient
LaserNeedle in children
To reduce complaints of asmatische bronchitis, the LaserNeedle is applied to a toddler.
Tinnitus (Ringing ears)
The main points of the 1st level of pricking on the abdomen together form the figure of a turtle. Hence the name.
- Acupuncture in Amsterdam
- Over 20 years of experience
- More than thousands satisfied clients
- Member of the Dutch Acupuncture Association (N.V.A.)
- Well covered by supplementary health insurances
- In house herbal pharmacy and teaching institute
- Painless abdominal acupuncture
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SPECIALIZED IN PAIN RELIEF, INFERTILITY AND TINNITUS
Pain is a signal from the body to let you know that something is off. It is a natural protection mechanism. Your body is letting you know that there is something going on that prevents it from functioning optimally. Pain is therefore the most common reason to visit a doctor.
Men and women are increasingly experiencing difficulties with conceiving children. Sometimes it depends on the woman, sometimes on the man and in some cases in concerns both.
There are several reasons why women experience infertility. It may be due to the natural process of aging, disease in the reproductive area or something else unknown to mainstream medicine.
Tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, is a very annoying condition with various potential causes. Although not yet fully understood why it occurs, tinnitus is associated with hearing loss, prolonged exposure to loud sounds, stress and anxiety, ear infections, and so on. In most cases, the cause is damage to the inner ear caused by prolonged exposure to loud sounds. Since the start of ChinaMedic we have been treating tinnitus patients on a weekly basis and has it become one of our specialties. Nowadays we treat up to ten tinnitus patients daily.
The result speaks for itself
The first consultation and treatment take about an hour. Every follow up appoint for undergoing acupuncture takes up no more than 45 minutes. Payment is due after every session either with PIN (preferred) or cash. You will receive an invoice on payment, to be send to your insurer if needed.
|1st Consult & Treatment||€85,00|
* excluding costs of the herbs
ChinaMedic is affiliated with the KAB and N.V.A. (Dutch Association for Acupuncture)
Most insurers reimburse (part of) the costs, when you are covered through an additional insurance package. You do not need to pay from your “own risk” for acupuncture. Contact your health care company if you are not certain what applies in your case.
Click here for a list of health care insurers that cover acupuncture: Coverages Acupuncture 2023
Acupuncture Fees Overview 2023
Your health is not an expense but a long-term investment. If you do not have an additional healthcare package, please do not feel like you’re not entitled get acupuncture treatment.
Your road to recovery comes first. Our experienced acupuncturists are on hand with the most advanced techniques and advanced technologies to make even painless acupuncture treatments possible
We work on an appointment basis. Please note we require in case of cancelation a minimum of 24 hour notice otherwise the fee is payable. If you’re not able to reach us in person, you can always leave a message on the answering machine or write us an email using our contact form.
Please view our (dutch) Terms and Conditions here.
Dutch Institute of Abdominal Acupunture
The Dutch Institute of Abdominal Acupuncture has been established to offer Dutch acupuncturists the opportunity to undergo further training in the Abdominal Acupuncture technique and to generate more recognition in the Netherlands and Europe for this practically painless method.
The institute offers annual seminars to acupuncturists in which the technique and background of Abdominal Acupuncture are taught. The lessons take place in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.