Mr. Li (TCM – doctor in China and alternative practitioner in Germany) welcomes you.

Jingdong Li, TCM doctor in China, was born in September 1966. He studied Chinese medicine in Beijing, China from 1985 to 1990, specialising in acupuncture, moxibustion and Tuina massage at the University of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

After his studies, he worked for several years as a doctor at the Beijing Tiantan Hospital and at the Guoyitang Clinic of the Bejing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (China) and was able to deepen his knowledge of Chinese medicine and gain experience in therapeutic methods.

In Germany, he has already successfully treated patients with his comprehensive training and diagnostic ability, in an institute as well as several practices.

In July 2005, he founded the Centre for Traditional Chinese Medicine Düsseldorf, in order to care for patients from the surrounding area with empathy and mutual trust.

Mr. Li is First Vice Chairman of the Board of the TCM Association of Chinese Doctors e.V. as well as Dean of the German Academy for TCM Düsseldorf, moreover he is President of Germany Chapter International Auricular Medicine Association (IAMA).


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