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Our Clinic

Ming Chen Clinics is a group of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Clinics, each staffed by fully qualified, experienced and registered Practitioners who have trained in TCM, acupuncture and Western Medicine in China and the UK.

At our Clinics, we are dedicated to maintaining a balance of body and mind: a holistic approach to the individual.

We offer all our clients access to a team of specialists, brought together with the express purpose of providing a substantial experience and knowledge base, who work closely with local GPs, physiotherapists, chiropractors and counsellors.

Ming Chen Clinics has a wide client base; we offer advice and support on all aspects of health-related issues.


Pain Clinic

Do you suffer from chronic pain such as headaches, musculoskeletal pain or long term illness?

Our new lower cost chronic pain clinics every Wednesday could be the help you need! 

The British Pain Society has reported that acupuncture can be helpful in the management of chronic headaches, migraine and muscle pain syndromes.



Upcoming Events




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There are currently 850,000 people living with dementia in the UK and the numbers are rising rapidly with an estimate of over one million by 2025. Alzheimer's disease is the commonest type of dementia (affecting around 60% of those with dementia), followed by vascular dementia (20–25%).

This September - World Alzheimer’s Month, if you are living with dementia or any of your family, or friends is in need of support with the condition we are here to share with you and anyone who is interested with latest research information on how Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Herbal Remedies help improve the memory and cognitive functions of Dementia patients..


If you wish to know more about this, please click on the links below:

Dementia by British Acupuncture Council


Chinese herbs could help relieve dementia symptoms: Study


Acupuncture Helps Dementia Patient Memory and Cognition




Surgeons’ Hall Museums is hosting a talk about Chinese medicine and well-being and the links it has to art which will be delivered by Yujun Xu




Traditional Chinese tea ceremony

To celebrate the Year of the Dog, Ming Chen Clinic Edinburgh will run a series of special intercultural events introducing the Chinese tea ceremony.


The Chinese tea culture has existed for thousands of years, with a large variety of different teas, each having specific benefits and many different tastes. In our ceremonies, we  celebrate special occasions such as the New Lunar Year through green tea, a symbol of Spring. The tea ceremony demonstrates how to make Chinese tea as well as the traditional way of tasting and smelling it. We will also provide information about the cultural importance of Chinese tea. We will sometimes introduce Chinese watercolour painting at our tea ceremonies. Look out for dates of our tea ceremonies here or on our Twitter and Facebook pages.