Dr Wang Qingping


One of the oldest treatment methods in the world.

It is estimated to be nearly 5,000 years old. It is based on the co-existence of two opposing energies, the active Yang and the passive Yin. Both energies form the life energy Qi. The Yin and Yang elements are the opposing energies that define nature. They constantly move from one state to another, and the result of the continuous interaction of the Yin and Yang forces is the Qi energy.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TMC), existing already 2000 BC, is one of the main elements of Chinese civilisation. It is its energy. The theory of traditional Chinese medicine is the embodiment of ancient Chinese civilisation in the field of human health. Understanding their own nature, the ancient Chinese observed the laws of all things in the universe. They were able to understand how human internal organs work. They discovered the relationship between Yin and Yang, the five elements, and the human internal organs: the lungs, heart and liver, and the spleen and kidneys. They developed the TMC principles of the twelve meridians. This was equivalent to the discovery of the human nervous system.

Pulse science is the pinnacle of Traditional Chinese Medicine. A TMC doctor, examining your pulse, can check the condition of every organ in your body and can even sense the condition of your nervous system. This is what the ancient Chinese physician Brian Que, the discoverer and forerunner of the method of reading the human pulse, who lived during the Warring Kingdoms period, did.
About my pulse science: TCM pulse science has been passed down in my family for 150 years. After graduating, I developed a full set of pulse measurement methods over decades of clinical practice.
This has greatly improved my ability to treat and diagnose diseases. I don't need to ask questions to my patient, by diagnosing from their pulse, I get to know the patient's health problem.

Acupuncture has anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects on acupuncture points and human meridians. Acupuncture can stimulate the synthesis of neurohormones ( endorphins, serotonin, dopamine ) and enhance the body's immune functions. Therefore, acupuncture works more effectively than pharmacological drugs for general pain complaints such as:
  • thoracic and cervical spine pain;
  • sciatica;
  • shoulder impingement syndrome;
  • tennis elbow;
  • neck stiffness;
  • sports injuries;
  • headaches;
  • trigeminal neuralgia;
  • intercostal neuralgia, also hemiplegia;
  • peripheral neuropathies.
In the case of complex illnesses, it is often necessary to apply a system of principles of the five elements of Traditional Chinese Medicine to coordinate the ability to treat different conditions - for example:
  • allergies of unknown cause;
  • infertility;
  • ENT problems;
  • stress;
  • depression;
  • insomnia;
  • chronic fatigue syndrome.
PIn addition, diseases of the respiratory system, digestive system, gynaecological diseases, kidney diseases, heart diseases - must be accurately differentiated before they can be diagnosed.

Tuina massage and acupuncture have the same effect. The diseases that acupuncture treats can also be treated with Tuina massage. Tuina massage is also an option for patients who are afraid of acupuncture.
For stubborn joint strains and diseases of the nervous system, a combination of acupuncture and Tuina massage is a better form of treatment.

Bubbles are used to treat, for example, early-stage cold, cough, muscle and joint pains.
Bubble massage is also used for detoxification and cosmetic purposes (e.g. It promotes lymph flow and reduces cellulite).


Used in traditional Chinese medicine for more than 5,000 years.

The treatment involves the insertion of very thin needles into specific points on the body. The needles are approximately 0.25 mm thick. They are disposable and sterile.
The treatment is painless in most cases. The average treatment takes about half an hour. The needles are left in the areas concerned until the desired effect is achieved. The response to the treatment is checked by pulse diagnosis. Slight deterioration may occur after the treatments. In most cases it is not acute and disappears after some time. It indicates that treatment has been effective.


When is it used:

Disc disease


Shoulder impingement syndrome

Acute and chronic muscle pain





Sinus diseases

Menopause syndrome

Gynaecological diseases


few words about me

Who I am

My name is Dr Wang Qingping. I am a Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner Wang Qingping with over ten years of work experience in China in Yianji Hospital, Jilin Province and Xuchengji Clinic in Yanji, Jilin Province.


First appointment

During your first appointment, your condition is diagnosed through pulse diagnosis. Pulse reading is of key importance for the diagnosis itself, as well as for assessing the progress of treatment.

In addition to the pulse examination, questions related to the patient’s state of health are asked. Attention is also paid to the patient’s voice, the colour of their skin, its texture and the posture of the patient.

All these activities help to find the cause for the imbalance in the patient’s health.

Appropriate treatment methods are then applied. These include:

Tuina massage


Bubble massage


What my patients are saying

Book a visit

If you want to try TCM and make an appointment, please contact us:

The Clinic address at Zabrze

The Clinic address at Gliwice