Scholar Sage is an online magazine offering many free articles on various topics relating to the Chinese arts, including many on Chinese medicine.
The Lotus Nei Gong School of Daoist Arts was established by Damo Mitchell to teach the Chinese arts of Nei Gong, Taijiquan, Xingyiquan and Baguazhang.  It has since expanded teachings into Chinese medicine and now has schools throughout the UK, Europe, and the USA. is a great resource of information and contains many useful articles, including those on Chinese medicine.
The Acupuncture Society is one of the UK’s main professional bodies for Acupuncture and Chinese medicine related therapies. Both college and individual members are bound by a strict Code of Ethics, Rules and Regulations and a Code of Professional Conduct and Safe Practice.  Members are obliged to comply with local health authority safety, hygiene and sterilization requirements, government regulation and carry full indemnity insurance, undergo first aid training and attend CPD courses. All graduates of JCOM are automatically eligible to join the Acupuncture Society, and all members are on the Acupuncture Society professional register of practitioners
The Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP) is a professional body that represents physiotherapists who are interested in integrating Western Evidence Based Acupuncture into mainstream Physiotherapy for the management of pain and systemic conditions.  Advanced members of the AACP have further training in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). AACP members receive a discount of 20% on all of our courses as part of their AACP membership.
Herbprime are one of the UK and Europe’s leading suppliers of Acupuncture supplies and Chinese herbal medicines to individual practitioners and organisations such as the NHS.  Students and graduates of JCOM are eligible for exclusive further discounts on Acupuncture needles and other products at Herbprime.
The Journal of Chinese Medicine was established in 1979 by Peter Deadman, and has been published continuously since then. It has played a vital role in raising the standards of education and practice in Chinese medicine throughout the English-speaking world. Since 2001 the journal website has been offering the very best Chinese medicine books for sale on our website and in March 2005 greatly expanded the range of online products to include herbs, acupuncture supplies and specialist teas.


Why choose JCOM?

Course Accreditation

All of our courses are accredited, assuring you that we meet the highest standards and enabling you eligibility for professional registration upon graduation.

Part Time

We know that most of our students have full or part-time jobs, which is why all of our courses are part-time and designed to fit around both personal and working lives.

Easy to Reach

Situated just in the North West just outside Manchester, we are a 15 minute drive from Manchester airport, 2 minute drive from the M60, and just a 2 minute walk from the trainstation – students attend our courses from all over the UK and Europe, with everyone finding it easy to reach us.

An Excellent team and a pleasure to know. I wouldn’t hesitate in recommending this College for prospective students wanting to learn Chinese Medicine, due to the high level of experience offered by both Rob & Paul.



Our courses are fully accredited by the Acupuncture Society

This ensures that our courses meet the top standards, and allows our graduates to apply for professional registration with the Acupuncture Society.

The college is run by remarkable people who stand for honesty, quality and great teaching. If you want to learn Chinese medicine well, this is the place to come.  You will be challenged, yet supported and guided on the way.




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