Who is Qiang (Andy) Chen ?

Qiang (Andy) Chen is a National Board registered acupuncturist and Chinese Medicine practitioner in Canberra, Australia. He is also the author of the self-help book, The Energy Book, to optimising body's self-healing mechanism and an Instructor of Tai Chi and Qi Gong since 1997.

He established and developed a thriving Chinese medicine practice within a multi-discipline mainstream medical practice in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for over 10 years. From 2006 to 2009, he was on the Examination Board of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) Office, the Ministry of Health, UAE.

He also founded and managed a bilingual Chinese Medicine office to cater for the English-speaking expatriates in Dalian, China, under the supervision of the affiliated clinic of the Dalian TCM Association.

Andy has a Diploma of Acupuncture from Zhejiang College of Chinese Medicine, China, a Bachelor of Health Science (TCM) from University of New England, Australia and a certificate of Anatomical Acupuncture from University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio (UTSA), USA.

Latest Articles

February 21, 2018

Understand Why Constant Fatigued Through 5 Stages of Human Health

As a Chinese Medicine practitioner, I view fatigue and energy recharge following a common pattern that can be summarised as “5 Stages of Human Health’, which outlines in the Table below. Table: Five Stages of Human Health * Inspired by Qingzhong Wu, “The User’s Manual For Human Body” (Chinese Edition) […]
December 3, 2017

Cycling Lower Back Pain & Acupuncture

As a keen cyclist/acupuncturist, my bike riding has always associated with a lower back pain. When I started to be serious with bike riding 5 years ago, I became a member of a cycling club that holds a road race weekly. During one of the training sessions, an A grade […]
March 23, 2017

What to Expect After Your Acupuncture Treatment

 Immediate Reactions After Acupuncture Treatment (the first 24-48 hours) 1. Relaxation: You may feel deeply relaxed which lasts for hours or even for a day. In such a state of relaxation, your concentration may be downgraded: following conversations or focusing during meetings become difficult, or simply can’t keep awake. As modern medical researches […]