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About Us

"Man is born with qi, energy of nature, and live according to the law of four seasons."

– THE YELLOW EMPEROR’S CLASSIC OF MEDICINE.

 

At Joyful and Health, we believe in the combination of natural healthcare, Western and Chinese medicines.

 

Dedicated to promoting wellbeing by upholding the wisdom of “harmony between nature and humanity” and the essences of Western and Chinese medicines, Joyful and Health combines traditional Chinese medicine with modern medical facilities into its diverse Chinese medical treatments, as well as high-quality wellbeing products from the six main themes: Nature, Earth, Health, Diet, Living, Mind, promoting the balance of wellness in a holistic way.

 

Medicine – Chinese medical treatments

Nature – Natural and organic

Earth – Local produce and ingredients

Health – Physical health replenshment

Diet – Healthy food

Living – Body and skincare

Mind – A balanced state of mind

About Us

"Man is born with qi, energy of nature, and live according to the law of four seasons."

– THE YELLOW EMPEROR’S CLASSIC OF MEDICINE.

 

At Joyful and Health, we believe in the combination of natural healthcare, Western and Chinese medicines.

 

Dedicated to promoting wellbeing by upholding the wisdom of “harmony between nature and humanity” and the essences of Western and Chinese medicines, Joyful and Health combines traditional Chinese medicine with modern medical facilities into its diverse Chinese medical treatments, as well as high-quality wellbeing products from the six main themes: Nature, Earth, Health, Diet, Living, Mind, promoting the balance of wellness in a holistic way.

 

Medicine – Chinese medical treatments

Nature – Natural and organic

Earth – Local produce and ingredients

Health – Physical health replenshment

Diet – Healthy food

Living – Body and skincare

Mind – A balanced state of mind

About Us

"Man is born with qi, energy of nature, and live according to the law of four seasons."

– THE YELLOW EMPEROR’S CLASSIC OF MEDICINE.

 

At Joyful and Health, we believe in the combination of natural healthcare, Western and Chinese medicines.

 

Dedicated to promoting wellbeing by upholding the wisdom of “harmony between nature and humanity” and the essences of Western and Chinese medicines, Joyful and Health combines traditional Chinese medicine with modern medical facilities into its diverse Chinese medical treatments, as well as high-quality wellbeing products from the six main themes: Nature, Earth, Health, Diet, Living, Mind, promoting the balance of wellness in a holistic way.

 

Medicine – Chinese medical treatments

Nature – Natural and organic

Earth – Local produce and ingredients

Health – Physical health replenshment

Diet – Healthy food

Living – Body and skincare

Mind – A balanced state of mind

Services
內科
General Consultation
General Consultation

Using four diagnostic methods to assess health condition, prescribing Chinese pharmaceuticals for wellness maintenance.

針灸(2)
Acupuncture
Acupuncture

Using a gentle insertion of fine needles into human skin at acupoints to stimulate the body, regulate blood circulation and treat varied medical conditions caused by channel blockages.

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Integrated Treatment (Acupuncture + Therapeutic Massage / Bone setting)
Integrated Treatment (Acupuncture + Therapeutic Massage / Bone setting)

Combining chiropractic and electrical acupuncture, as well as herb patches when necessary. Suitable for pain relief and treating injured soft tissues or joints. Therapeutic massage and bone setting are recommended for treating spinal conditions.

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Weight Management
Weight Management

A 6-to-8-week treatment customized to treat your health and physical conditions, comprising acupuncture and Chinese pharmaceuticals to improve overall wellness.

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Paediatric Massage
Paediatric Massage

Specific therapeutic massage for children, from newborns to six-year-old, with the aim of improving health and wellness, accelerating growth and enhancing immunity.

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Traction Therapy
Traction Therapy

A special treatment that stretch the spine and relieve pressure, with the set of traction equipment.

New Project (1)
Magnetic Therapy
Magnetic Therapy

The use of magnetic massager and unique techniques to boost blood circulation. Recommended for treating inflamed soft tissues caused by channel blockages.

天灸(2)
Tian-jiu Therapy
Tian-jiu Therapy

The application of Chinese medicine patches on specific acupoints during the hottest and coldest days in summer and winter, with the aim to regulate the immune system. It is particularly useful for treating nasal allergy, asthma, menstrual disorder and repeated flu.

藥粉
Concentrated Chinese Medicine Granules / Herbal Decoctions
Concentrated Chinese Medicine Granules / Herbal Decoctions

All our clinics provide concentrated Chinese medicine granules and prepared herbal decoctions to suit your needs.

拔罐(1)
Cupping
Cupping

Placing cups on the skin, by means of heat or suction, to create partial vacuum. It helps to improve blood flow and relieve muscle tension.

Practitioners
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Chan Wancy
Register No.: 005482

Master of Science in Acupuncture, Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine, The University of Hong Kong

Registered Chinese
Medicine Practitioner
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Chu Chi Shing
Register No.: 006341

Master of Chinese Medicine (Acupuncture), Hong Kong Baptist University

 

Bachelor of Chinses Medicine, Jinan University, China

Registered Chinese
Medicine Practitioner
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Ip Lai Pun
Register No.: 006375

Master of Chinese Medicine, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Registered Chinese
Medicine Practitioner
20170623 健怡堂 (6 of 30)
Kun Wai
Register No.: 005485

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine, The University of Hong Kong

Master of Science in Acupuncture, Chinese University of Hong Kong

PHD - Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner
New Project
Lam Ip lan
Register No.: 005607

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine - The University of Hong Kong


Master of Chinese Medicine - The University of Hong Kong

Registered Chinese
Medicine Practitioner
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Lau Wing Yan
Register No.: 007065

Master of Chinese Medicine (Acupuncture), Hong Kong Baptist University

 

Bachelor of Chinses Medicine, Jinan University, China

Registered Chinese
Medicine Practitioner
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Lau Ka Wing
Register No.: 005981

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner
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Leu Tung Po Ally
Register No.: 007323

Master of Chinese Medicine, The University of Hong Kong

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine

Registered Chinese
Medicine Practitioner
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Li Cheuk Lun, Hugo
Register No.: 005413

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Registered Chinese
Medicine Practitioner
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Lin Pui Lam
Register No.: 007020

Master of Science in Acupuncture, Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Registered Chinese
Medicine Practitioner
New Project (1)
Ng Ngar Wan
Register No.: 006717

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine and Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Science, Hong Kong Baptist University

 

Master of Public Health, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Registered Chinese
Medicine Practitioner
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Ng Phoebe Fung Lai
Register No.: 007398

Master of Chinese Medicine, Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

Bachelor of Science in Traditional Chinese Pharmacy, China Pharmaceutical University

Registered Chinese
Medicine Practitioner
New Project (2)
Wong Ching Yi
Register No.: 006514

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine, Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine

Registered Chinese
Medicine Practitioner
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Yeung Kin Choi Billy
Register No.: 006044

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine (General Practice), Hong Kong Baptist University

 

Master of Chinese Medicine (Internal Medicine), Hong Kong Baptist University

Registered Chinese
Medicine Practitioner
*Physicians are listed in alphabetical order of family names
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Chan Wancy
Register No.: 005482

Master of Science in Acupuncture, Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine, The University of Hong Kong

Registered Chinese
Medicine Practitioner
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Chu Chi Shing
Register No.: 006341

Master of Chinese Medicine (Acupuncture), Hong Kong Baptist University

 

Bachelor of Chinses Medicine, Jinan University, China

Registered Chinese
Medicine Practitioner
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Ip Lai Pun
Register No.: 006375

Master of Chinese Medicine, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Registered Chinese
Medicine Practitioner
20170623 健怡堂 (6 of 30)
Kun Wai
Register No.: 005485

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine, The University of Hong Kong

Master of Science in Acupuncture, Chinese University of Hong Kong

PHD - Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner
New Project
Lam Ip lan
Register No.: 005607

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine - The University of Hong Kong


Master of Chinese Medicine - The University of Hong Kong

Registered Chinese
Medicine Practitioner
photo-5
Lau Wing Yan
Register No.: 007065

Master of Chinese Medicine (Acupuncture), Hong Kong Baptist University

 

Bachelor of Chinses Medicine, Jinan University, China

Registered Chinese
Medicine Practitioner
下載
Lau Ka Wing
Register No.: 005981

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner
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Leu Tung Po Ally
Register No.: 007323

Master of Chinese Medicine, The University of Hong Kong

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine

Registered Chinese
Medicine Practitioner
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Li Cheuk Lun, Hugo
Register No.: 005413

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Registered Chinese
Medicine Practitioner
photo-7
Lin Pui Lam
Register No.: 007020

Master of Science in Acupuncture, Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Registered Chinese
Medicine Practitioner
New Project (1)
Ng Ngar Wan
Register No.: 006717

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine and Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Science, Hong Kong Baptist University

 

Master of Public Health, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Registered Chinese
Medicine Practitioner
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Ng Phoebe Fung Lai
Register No.: 007398

Master of Chinese Medicine, Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

Bachelor of Science in Traditional Chinese Pharmacy, China Pharmaceutical University

Registered Chinese
Medicine Practitioner
New Project (2)
Wong Ching Yi
Register No.: 006514

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine, Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine

Registered Chinese
Medicine Practitioner
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Yeung Kin Choi Billy
Register No.: 006044

Bachelor of Chinese Medicine (General Practice), Hong Kong Baptist University

 

Master of Chinese Medicine (Internal Medicine), Hong Kong Baptist University

Registered Chinese
Medicine Practitioner
FAQ
1. Should I choose herbal prescriptions, acupuncture or chiropractic?

Each of these treatments has its benefits. Generally speaking, herbal prescriptions cures internal medical conditions concerning organs, while the pain relief effects of acupuncture and chiropractic are more significant, though sometimes a practitioner may combine acupuncture and herbal prescriptions.

2. What is dietary restriction while taking Chinese medicine?

It means to avoid particular food that may worsen certain medical conditions. You may be advised to abstain from two main types of food: food that may have conflicting impacts on your Chinese medical treatments; and food that may trigger or afflict a health condition, such as seafood, mushrooms, bamboo shoots, duck and goose.

3. What is the difference between concentrated granules and herbal decoctions?

Concentrated granules are processed herbal decoctions. Some patients may consider concentrated granules less effective. In light of the rapid development of Chinese medicine, however, the difference between the granules and decocted Chinese medicine nowadays is not significant, and granules have the advantage of being easy to carry and easy to preserve.

4. How should I use concentrated granules? When should I take them?

Dissolve the granules in hot water and drink the decoction. Unless with specific instructions from your practitioner, one should usually take medicine 30-60 minutes after a meal.

5. Can I take Chinese and Western medicines at the same time?

There should be a time gap of at least 2 hours between your Chinese and Western medicines. Always consult your Chinese or Western medicine practitioner first.

6. Is there any risk of being infected during an acupuncture treatment?

Swabs with 75% alcohol are used to disinfect the penetration site before acupuncture. And, needles used are sterilized and disposed after use.

7. How long does an acupuncture treatment take?

The needles should stay for around 30 minutes after insertion. The entire treatment, including consultation, will take approximately 45 minutes.

8. How often should I have my acupuncture treatments?

Approximately 2 to 3 times per week.

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金銀花抗敏舒緩潔臉乳
HONEYSUCKLE FACIAL RELIEF CLEANSING MILK (150ml)
Origin: Hong Kong
Efficacy:
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Soothing, Calming
金銀花臉部抗敏舒緩露
HONEYSUCKLE FACIAL RELIEF SOLUTION (150ml)

Origin: Hong Kong
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Soothing, Calming

金銀花抗敏舒緩面霜
HONEYSUCKLE FACIAL HYDRATING CREAM (30ml)
Origin: Hong Kong
Efficacy: Itchy relieving,
Soothing, Calming
金銀花臉部抗敏舒緩護膚油
HONEYSUCKLE BODY OIL (150ml)
Origin: Hong Kong
Efficacy:
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Soothing, Calming
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MOTHERWORT FACIAL HYDRATING CREAM (150ML)
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Clinics Location
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Tuen Mun

G/F 103 New Town Mansion, Tuen Mun, N.T.

 

 

Appointment: 25033699

Consultation Hours:

Mondays to Fridays  10:00am to 7:00pm

Saturdays  10:00am to 8:00pm

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Yuen Long (YOHO)

Shop No.A227 Level 2, YOHO Mall II, No. 8 Long Yat Road, Yuen Long, N.T.

 

Appointment: 2219 6667

Consultation Hours:

Mondays to Sundays  10:00am to 8:00pm

New Project (1)
Tsuen Wan (Luk Yeung)

Shop P10B, Luk Yeung Galleria, 22-66 Wai Tsuen Road, Tsuen Wan, N.T. 

(RETAILS ONLY)

 

Opening Hours:

Mondays to Saturdays  9:00am to 7:00pm

Sundays  9:00am to 1:00pm

 

KCC
Kwai Hing (Life@KCC)

Shop 201, 2/F, Life@KCC, 72-76 Kwai Cheong Road, Kwai Chung, N.T.

 

 

Appointment: 26185286

Consultation Hours:

Mondays to Saturdays  10:00am to 7:00pm

New Project (1)
Hung Hom (Hotel SAV)

Shop 6, G/F, Hotel SAV, No. 83 Wuhu Street, Hung Hom, Kowloon

 

 

Appointment: 26185302

Consultation Hours:

Mondays to Saturdays  10:00am to 7:30pm

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Tsim Sha Tsui (Mira)

Shop B132, B1, Mira Place One, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong

 

 

Appointment: 23530838

Consultation Hours:

Mondays to Sundays 11:00am to 9:30pm

New Project
Central

Room 101, 1/F, Chuang’s Tower, 30-32 Connaught Road, Central, Hong Kong

 

Appointment: 2618 5611

Consultation Hours:

Mondays to Saturdays 10:00am to 7:00pm

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TKO (East Point)

Shop No.206C, 2/F, East Point City, 8 Chung Wa Road, Tseung Kwan O, N.T.

 

Appointment: 3702 1658

Consultation Hours:

Mondays to Saturdays  10:00am to 8:00pm

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TKO (TKO Plaza)

Shop No. 1-089 Level 1, Tseung Kwan O Plaza, No.1 Tong Tak Street, Tseung Kwan O, N.T.

 

Appointment: 2618 0885

Consultation Hours:

Mondays to Sundays 10:00am to 8:00pm

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Taikoo (Eslite spectrum)

Counter L113, Shop 144, 1/F, Cityplaza, Taikoo, Hong Kong

 

 

Appointment: 34191148

Consultation Hours:

Mondays to Sundays  10:00am to 10:00pm

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Fotan

Shop No.L1-03, 1/F, Shatin Galleria, 18-24 Shan Mei Street, Fotan, N.T.

 

 

Appointment: 34822331

Consultation Hours:

Mondays to Saturdays  10:00am to 7:00pm

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