Dr Qin's Biography

Dr Wendong Qin graduated with a undergraduate BSc. (Med.) degree and a postgraduate master degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) from Shandong University of TCM, China. He started practicing medicine after graduation in 1990 and gained specialist title – TCM consultant in a provincial state hospital in 2001. In 2008, Dr Qin started working in the UK. Coincidently,  during his outbound flight journey, he encountered a group of food-poisoned children passengers. Due to the lack of adequate medicine and medical equipment on board, he volunteered to help the children by acupuncture point pressure (a technique applied by hand, the effect of which is similar to acupuncture). This event of successful rescue was quickly discovered by various newspapers and journals and made the front pages. (Click here to view Daily Express report)


Since 2008, Dr Qin has been practicing TCM in the Scotland and England. He kept up his professional behaviour at work and provided good quality of care. He was admired by his patient clients for his proficient knowledge in TCM and excellent treatment using TCM. Such competency really reflected his over 30 years of experience in practising acupuncture, especially in Fu’s Subcutaneous Needling (FSN) THERAPY. 

He is registered with Fu’s Subcutaneous Needling Association in Europe (FSNAE) and British Acupuncture Foundation (BAF).


He is a volunteer working for Near Neighbours and Chinese Community in Peterborough (CCIP).  He is also the manager for Chinese Culture and Health in CCIP.


He is married with two children.

Alongside his clinical work, Dr Qin pursued TCM research. His previous publications are as follows:


 “Clinical Research in the Effects of Specific Acupuncture Injection on Milk Secretion and Intestinal Peristalsis Following Caesarean Section”, Mar 1997 - Oct 2001

This was awarded the 1st prize by Lanshan Science & Technique Committee.



  • “Gerocomia” Issued by New China Publishing House, Jan 2007

  • “Self-care Introduction to Stroke People” Issued by Chinese Medicine Publishing House, Dec 2006

  • “Clinical Recipes” Issued by Chinese Ancient Work Publishing House, Aug 1999

  • “≥95% Effective Proved Recipes” Issued by Shandong News Publishing House, May 1995


  • “Effects of precondition of acupoint embedding thread on enterokinesia and lactation in the postcesarean parturient”, Chinese Acupuncture & Moxibustion, Jun 2007

  • “Catgut Implantation at Acupuncture Points on 136 cases of Dysmenorrhea”, Chinese Medicine Journal, Jun 2003 

  • “The Effects of Specific Acupuncture Injection on Milk Secretion and Intestinal Peristalsis Following Caesarean Operation”, Shanghai Journal of Acupuncture, Aug 2002

  • “Catgut Implantation at Acupuncture Points on 68 Cases of Impotence”, Shandong Journal of Chinese Medicine, Aug 2002

  • “Gallbladder Point Injection with small dose of 654-2 on Ribs Pain Caused by Chronic Cholecystitis”, Clinical Journal of Acupuncture, Aug 2002

·      “Treating Prostatitis by Combining Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine”, Clinical Journal of Acupuncture, Sept 2002

  • “The Effects of Catgut Implantation at Acupuncture Points on 72 Cases of Premature Ejaculation”, Folk Treatment in China, Mar 2000