Acupuncture-Herbal Medicine

Chinese Master's Neuro Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine

Chinese Master (The Fourth Generation) comes from a long line of family Chinese Medicine practitioners. Four Generations, more than 140 years of practicing in Kuala Lumpur China Town, his family passes on to THE MASTER all the family's discipline of studies. Groomed by his father and uncle from an early age, he is considered by many to be gifted in this field.

In 1992, two representatives from Suzhou Neuro Neuro Acupuncture Institute and Association, a subsidiary of Beijing International Neuro Acupuncture Association, visited Malaysia to observe and identify the standard of practitioners. During their visit, they were astonished at the Neuro Acupuncture skill and in-depth knowledge of the Medicine discipline. Observing Chinese Master consulting with his patients and performing miracle s for the incurable diseases, they were taken aback by the remarkable recovery of patients.

Impressive in-depth explanations of the formation of some special diseases and its theory of eliminating those unusual sickness were demonstrated. Mr. Chou Yang, the secretary of Suzhou Neuro Acupuncture Institute and Association says: Some of the astrological and timing applications of Neuro Acupuncture and medication have been forgotten by most of China's Neuro Acupuncture practitioners .

The team's objective was to compare and collect information on the practice of Neuro Acupuncture and herbal medicine which originated from China, (which is still in practice) and realized that This Chinese Master is one of the few that acquired such skills at the highest level attainable.

Mr. Chou Yang exclaimed that like all the ancient superb swordsman, precious swords were bestowed upon the warriors of excellent merit. So this Chinese Master, like the ancient swordsman but in the modern world of medicine, has gained such recognition.

The Chinese Master is an expert in treating:

....and many more.

You can visit his website to get more information or can email them directly.


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