Xiao-Ping Zhai Principal
Founder of The Zhai Clinic, Dr Xiao-Ping Zhai has over 25 years experience in reproductive TCM. She has in-depth knowledge of reproductive and therapeutic techniques in both Western and Chinese health disciplines. She draws on both traditions to treat her patients.
A fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine and a Lifetime Honoured fellow of The Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupucture UK (ATCM), she is also a member of the British Fertility Society. Committed to promoting further research into the role of TCM in reproductive medicine, her work has attracted widespread journalistic interest. She contributes to professional journals and has been featured on radio, television and in national newspapers and magazines.
In 2006 and 2007 she was voted one of Britain's 225 best private doctors by Tatler magazine.
Dr Xiao-Ping Zhai's book, How to Get Pregnant (Hamlyn/Octopus) was published in June 2012.
Dr Zhou Wang PhD, MSc, BSc Senior TCM Practitioner
Dr Wang studied TCM for 11 years. He gained his PhD degree in Clinical Study on Integrated TCM and Western medicine from Guangzhou university, China in 2003. He has over 15 years’ of clinical experience along with his integrated clinical specialty has contributed a wealth of experience to the Zhai Clinic, including his experience of working for Harvey Nichols SPA as their TCM consultant. Dr Wang is our senior TCM practitioner and is a member of The Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture UK (ATCM).
Dongzhi Chen, MSc, Bsc Senior TCM Practitioner
Dongzhi obtained her BSc degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine from Guangzhou University of TCM in 2002. Her interest in Gynaecology led her to further her studies, obtaining an MSc in 'community gynaecology and reproductive healthcare' from Warwick University in 2006. Dongzhi has more than 8 years' experience in Chinese medicine and is a member of The Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture UK (ATCM).
Yi Han, MSc, BSc Senior TCM Practitioner
Yi Han qualified in TCM after five years at Beijing University and has been practicing TCM for 13 years. She also gained her MSc in Pain, Science and Society at the King’s College of London. Yi has over 10 years of clinical experience which includes working in one of China’s leading Public Hospital’s in their A&E and Physical Department. From 2002, Yi started practicing in the UK. She is a member of The Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture UK council (ATCM).
Renne YuanClinical Co-ordinator