Tiejun Tang

Who Is He?

Dr. Tiejun Tang is a highly regarded practitioner of Chinese medicine and acupuncture. He has over 30 year’s clinical experience. He has studied and worked in five different famous medical universities in China. He has practiced in 3 top university hospitals and has taught Chinese medicine in 2 universities. He has got his PhD of TCM in 1998, and was appointed as a vice professor of Sun Yat-Sen University of Medical Sciences in 1999, when he worked as post-doctoral researcher.
Since he came to UK in 2005, Dr. Tang works in the teaching clinic of Middlesex University as a clinical tutor and guest lecturer of Chinese medicine and acupuncture. He also worked part-time for 8 years at the NHS pain clinic in Whittington Hospital.
Dr. Tang is a council member and the research executive at the Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture UK (ATCM), as well as the executive of World Federation of Chinese Medicine Society (WFCMS).

  • BSc.  Heilongjiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine       1979--1984
  • MSc.  The First Military Medical University                                      1989-- 1992
  • PhD.  Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine        1995--1998

Where Is He?

Private practice at:  
Knowhow Acupuncture, 1 Harley Street, London, W1G 9QD
Teaching clinic practice at:
7 Boulevard Drive, Beauford Park, Colindale, London, NW9 5HF
Find out more on:
www.harleystreetchineseacupuncture.co.uk
Or www.chinesemedicinesalon.blogspot.co.uk
Email: tiejuntang@hotmail.co.uk
Tel: 07516008921

What Is He Doing Now?

Dr Tang’s MSc. research was focused on the local immune function of gastro-intestinal disease and the intervention of Chinese herbs. His PhD research was focused on the mechanisms of Chinese herbs for improving myocardial ischemia. He is an expert on many gastro-intestinal diseases and cardio-vascular diseases. He also experienced at treat arthritis, asthma, hay fever, depression, chronic fatigue syndrome, migraine, infertility, gynaecology disease, dermal disease, and many repetitive strain injury.