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The AGTCM is Germany’s largest self-organised institution representing professional Chinese Medicine practitioners both with a Heilpraktiker-work license, medical doctors and midwives. It is also the organizer of Germany’s biggest annual conference on Chinese Medicine in Rothenburg/OT. The following conditions are highlighted on the AGTCM website: Hay fever & allergies Treatment protocols may include acupuncture and herbal prescriptions. Acupuncture treatmenst focus on: relieving symptoms improving the immune system reponse addressing secondary weaknesses to ensure that the … Read more


The British Acupuncture Council (BAcC) is the leading self-regulatory body for the practice of traditional acupuncture in the UK. For becoming a member, practitioners must practice in the UK and have proof of an equivalent of 3 years of full-time education in acupuncture / Chinese Medicine. The BAcC provides a recent overview of scientific evidence of those conditions that can be treated with acupuncture: PainChronic pain in generalChronic pelvic painChronic prostatitisOsteoarthritis (Knee and hips))Neck painShoulder … Read more


The British Medical Acupuncture Society BMAS was founded in 1980 as an association purely for medical doctors interested in acupuncture. Since 2002, membership has been open to most statutory regulated healthcare professionals. Acupuncture in the UK has not been predominantly the domain of statutory healthcare professionals, but acupuncture practitioners who obtained their training and experience from a variety of teaching providers (like small private schools and colleges providing teaching in Chinese Medicine and acupuncture). The … Read more


The SMS – Societas Medicinae Sinensis (International Society for Chinese Medicine) is self-regulated professional body headquartered in Munich. Its purpose is the promotion of Chinese Medicine. The SMS was founded in 1978 by Prof. Manfred Porkert – who held a a PHD in Sinology & Philosophy. He was joined by Prof. Dr. med. Carl-Hermann Hempen – who is a medical doctor and professor of TCM at Munich University. He still runs his own clinic in … Read more


The German Medical Association for Acupuncture e.V. (DÄGfA) with around 8,300 members is a self-regulated professional institution for medical doctors that seek education in acupuncture and Chinese medicine. Founded in 1951 it is with the AGTCM one of the oldest German acupuncture societies. They offer medical doctors a training path to practice acupuncture that is covered by the national German health insurances. A medical doctor in Germany must go through a 200 UE (UE= Study … Read more