Published articles & videos

1 Pingping Zhao: Sensation Conduction Along the Pathway of Jingluo and AutonomicMicrocirculation Beijing Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine 1988;(6): 53-55

2 Pingping Zhao: Carrying on the Professional Heritage of Traditional Chinese Medicine A speech at the First National Conference on Medical Methodology for Young Medical Workers in Medical Services, Changsha, China, May 1988.

3 Pingping Zhao: The Treatment of Migraine of 34 Cases with Piansan Zheng Jiangsu Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine 1988;(8): 27

4 Pingping Zhao: 32 Cases of Rheumatoid arthritis Treatment with Acupuncture. A speech at the 2nd National Conference on Non-drug Treatment, chongqing, China, May 1989

5 Pingping Zhao: Comparison of Traditional Chinese Medicine with Western Medicine about Psychosomatic Medical Theory and Clinic A speech at the International Meeting of Psychosomatic Medicine and Fourth National Convention, Chengdu, China, May 1992

6 Pingping Zhao: 47 Cases of Migraine Treated with Acupuncture Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine (English Edition) 1992;(2):108-109

7 Pingping Zhao et al: Discussion on Common and Different Points Between Maish and Jingluo Journal of Forum on Traditional Chinese Medicine 1998;(6):14-15

8 Pingping Zhao et al: Skillfully Used Qixing Zhen and Cupping at the Clinic Journal of Clinical Acupuncture and Moxibustion 1998; (12): 38-39

9 Pingping Zhao et al: Studies on the Effect of Acupuncture and Moxibustion on Autonomic Peristalses of Microcirculation (Summarize) Gansu Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine 1999;(2): 45-48

10 Pingping Zhao et al: Reviewing the Explanation of Sh

idong and Suosheng in Nanjing and Its Significance Chinese Journal of Basic Medicine in Traditional Chinese Medicine 1999, (Supplementary Edition) :61-62

11 pingping zhao: 39 Cases of tennis Elbow Treated with Qixing Zhen and Cupping Chinese Journal of Sports Medicine 2000; (2): 217

12 Pingping Zhao et al: Yongzheng Treated with Acupuncture and Cupping Journal of Clinical Acupuncture and Moxibustion 2000; (8): 49-50 (Note: Yongzheng in traditional Chinese Medicine is the equivalent of foliculitis and furuncle in Western Medicine.)

13 Pingping zhao: Outline of Studies of the Jingluo Substance Since 1949 (Summarize). China Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Pharmacy 2001; (3): 55-62

14 Pingping Zhao: 37 Cases of Insomnia Treated with Acupuncture Chinese Journal of Sports Medicine 2001; (2): 146


Please note:

To support you and your families during this difficult time, I have made a three-part video series: "Face the coronavirus, how we should protect ourselves". 

If you or your family have received ten sessions of Acupuncture or Chinese Herbal Tea treatment at my clinic you can collect two, complimentary Chinese Herbal Candles. Please call me directly: 07876123115.

During this time, our immune system response can be too strong, which can damage the body, or, it can be too weak, which means we will not have enough power to fight the virus. Therefore, balancing our immune system during this time is essential. 

Video 1, is an introduction on Traditional Chinese Medical Therapies how to protect your body from the virus. 

Videos 2 and 3, shows you how to use Tradition Chinese Medicine methods such as Moxibustion (Chinese Herbal Candle) and Gua Sha (Detoxing) to improve and balance the functioning of the immune system.

 In China, I have undertaken an oath of responsibility for the wellbeing of my patients and I will continue to serve this responsibility in any way that I can. 

Video 1: Introducing Traditional Chinese Medical Therapies to prevent against the virus.


Video 2: How to use Chinese herbal candle (Moxibustion) and Gua Sha



Video 3: How to use Chinese Herbal Candle (Moxibustion) and Gua Sha (continued)