|Lin Li offers traditional Chinese acupuncture in her clinic "Acupuntura China" in the centre of Madrid.|
Location of "Acupuntura China" Clinic in Madrid
Calle Luchana 4, 2b
28010, Madrid, Spain.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 09:00 - 14:00 and from 16:00 - 21:00
Tuesday and Thursday: 10:00 - 14:00 and 16:00 - 20:00
Saturday: 10:00 - 14:00
How to get there
Metro stops: Bilbao , Alonso Martínez and Tribunal ( L1, L4)
Parking: Fuencarral Parking in Calle Fuencarral s / n
Buses: 147, 21, 3, EXPRESS AEROPUERTO
Traditional Chinese acupuncture
Therapeutic Chinese physiotherapy massage for rehabilitation
Chinese Tui Na massage therapy
Ventosas cupping therapy
Questions and Answers about Traditional Chinese Acupuncture Treatment
Q: How long does an acupuncture session last?
A: A typical acupuncture session will last for about 60 minutes.
Q: Does acupuncture hurt?
A: When the acupuncture needle enters the skin it feels like a dull aching feeling or a tingling sensation. When the needle enters it can feel momentarily like a mosquito bite however the sensation does not last long. Some people describe the feeling as a good type of pain.
Q: How much does an acupuncture session cost?
A: Acupuncture Session: (60 minutes) €60.00.
It is recommended to have at least 2 or 3 sessions per week.
Other treatments cost
Venotosas treatment: (30 minutes) €40.00.
Tuina treatment: (30 minutes) €40.00.
Q: How many acupuncture sessions do I need?
A: It depends on your condition. Some conditions only require 3 or 4 sessions. Others could required 10 to 15 sessions. It depends on each person and their condition and this will be determined once you visit the clinic.
Q: How many times a week do I need to visit the clinic for acupuncture?
A: It is recommended 2 or 3 times per week however under most circumstances the more frequent the sessions the quicker the acupuncture will have its positive effect.
Q: Do you you offer discounts?
A: Yes, for every 10 treatments sessions we offer one treatment free making 11 treatments for the price of 10.
Q: How do I arrange a acupuncture session?
A: Simply call on the number given above to arrange an initial appointment. Alternatively you can send an email with your details and contact telephone number.
Please do not visit the clinic without a pre-arranged appointment.
If you have any other questions about the clinic or the traditional Chinese treatments offered feel free to send an email or call the office telephone number. Contact details are given at the top of this page.