Lin was trained in China at Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, qualifying in 1996. Later, she went on with her MSc and PhD. Before she came to UK, Lin worked as a lecturer in Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, teaching both Chinese and international students. In the meantime, she worked at university-affiliated teaching hospital as an attending physician. She came to UK in 2006, and currently practises in Manchester and Stockport area.
Lin treats various problems. She has special interest in women’s health and fertility issues. Benefiting from studying and working in Nanjing University of TCM, the original place where well-known Jane Lyttleton learned her infertility treatment, Lin understands well how to incorporate western medical theory into Chinese medicine treatment, how to make the full use of Chinese medicine in male and female infertility treatment.
Lin did her PhD on digestive problems with Chinese medicine so that digestive area is no doubt her strong point. She also has great results in the treatment of pain. Lin values the diversity of treatment in her practice where she might use a combination of techniques to achieve the best result.
Lin believes she can show people a path to harmony and health. Her devotion to acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine stems from a deep desire to relieve people from emotional and physical challenges.
Away from her practice, Lin is a locum clinical supervisor in Northern College of Acupuncture, a regular guest speaker in BBC Manchester China Town programme (related to Chinese medicine and healthcare), a volunteer adviser in Citizen Advise Trafford (CAT).
- BSc Acupuncture
- MSc Integration of Traditional Chinese medicine and Western Medicine
- PhD Traditional Chinese Medicine
- British Acupuncture Council (BAcC)
- Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ATCM)
- Acupuncture Fertility Network (AFN)