Jill Alexandra Brown
Licensed Acupuncture and Tuina Therapist
Qigong Sensory Therapist
Dutch Acupuncture Academy (DAA) Study Coordinator
External Apprenticeship Supervisor Dutch Acupuncture Academy (DAA)
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As a general practitioner of Chinese Medicine, I look at western disease and apply treatment based on traditional Chinese approach.
Upon finishing a six-year study at Shenzhou Open University of Traditional Chinese Medicine where I obtained my degrees in Acupuncture and Tuina therapy, I have followed various specialized health treatment courses.
By being registered at the national Dutch Healthcare Providers Registry, AGB-register, my treatments are recognized by Dutch medical insurances and can be partly reimbursed.
I have a passionate interest in family health education, autism and sensory processing disorders, stress, and disorders relating from stress.
I strongly believe that Chinese medicine should be of chief importance to treat and prevent illness and should not be viewed as an alternative. Chinese medicine has no adverse side effects, it simply stimulates the body to begin the healing process in a gentle way, addressing core symptoms of many diseases, unlike synthetic medication which mostly addresses just the symptoms.
For this reason, I have tried to keep my treatment prices as modest as possible, I believe good health care should be accessible to all.