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Welcome by HACUSERK practice


Wim-Harold Wesenhagen has finished his TCM diploma at the Shenzhou Open University of TCM (Amsterdam) were he studied Western Medicine and Foundation of Chinese Medicine which he has succesfully finished. He is specialised in Chinese acupuncture. He has also succesfully completed the TCM Master Class Study Trip in Acupuncture at the Jiangsu Provincial Hospital of Nanjing University of Tradional Chinese Medicine, P.R. China.

HACUSERK is a certified practice for among other things Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Quality and care are very important in this practice. TCM is recognized by WHO (World Health Organization) and the WAO (World Acupunture Organization). There are more scientific studies which indicate the effectiveness of acupuncture and massage.

Wim-Harold Wesenhagen is a member of NVTCG Zhong. The Zhong is member of the ETCMA (European Traditional Medicine Association). TCM is included in the health care for most countries, such as The Netherlands. HACUSERK is recognized by most health insurance companies in The Netherlands. These health insurance companies pay expenses according to the terms of policy.

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Problems and diseases where acupuncture treatment can give improvement

Problems with physical pain or stress? Then a treatment of acupuncture and/or massage which is part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) can help you. See below a list of some of the many problems which you can be helped with.

  • Headache (migraine)
  • Burnout
  • Quit smoking
  • Quit with excessive use of alcohol
  • Shoulder problems, back pain, neck pain
  • Sleeping problems (insomnia)
  • (Chronic) tiredness
  • Fear
  • Depression
  • High blood pressure (hypertension)
  • Cold hands and feet, (help with)
  • Obesity or weight loss
  • Asthma, Bronchitis, Hay fever, Hyperventilation
  • Stomachache
  • Constipation
  • Tennis elbow and sport injuries
  • Facial paralysis (pain of the cheek and/or loss of speech), dizziness
  • Prostate problems, Incontinence, Impotence, Menstruation problems and Menopause problems
  • Psycho-emotional complaints
  • Unprocessed emotions
  • Stress
  • Fears
  • Chronic pain
  • Eating disorders
  • Concentration problems

Click here for more WHO information about Acupuncture: Review an Analysis on Controlled Clinical Trials.

Click here for more information about Traditional Chinese Medicine.