Viviane Li

TCM Doctor and Acupuncturist
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Viviane received her Master’s degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine from Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine of Shanghai, majoring in acupuncture and Tuina massage. With 5 years of experience in international TCM hospital departments, she specializes in gynecological disorders (dysmenorrhea, menopausal syndrome, infertility, uterine fibroids, polycystic ovary syndrome etc.) as well as in endocrinology. With a combination of herbal medicine and acupuncture, she develops effective healing therapies for all pain problems as well as for dermatological and digestive issues.

Doctor Type
TCM Doctor
Acupuncture, Cupping, Herbal Medicine, Kids Health, TCM & Internal Medicine
English, Mandarin
Downtown Clinic & Lifestyle Center
Attendance Time
Downtown Clinic
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 09:00 ~ 20:00
Saturday: 09:00 ~ 18:00

Articles Written

Acupuncture and Women’s Health

What is acupuncture? Acupuncture is inserting a very thin, single-use needle into certain points of the body for a healing purpose. The process is safe and hygienic. Acupuncture can be traced back approximately 2,500 years. This treatment method is said to have been discovered accidently by Chinese ancestors while healing with stones. After thousands of years of empirical experience, it developed in to a mature medical therapy, which is also…

Chronic Stress

People's lifestyle had a huge change due to the Covid-19 outbrake in 2020 and the ongoing fight against the pandemic. The pressure of work, relationships and homesickness is increasing, thus more people are struggling with stress. The more the pressure increases the worse increases the situation of mental strain, anxiety and depression. Proper, meaning positive stress makes us feel energetic in life and work, and helps our body respond to…

Relieving the Symptoms of PMS and Painful Periods

Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) PMS is a combination of physical and emotional symptoms that many women get before the start of their menstrual period. Researchers think that PMS happens in the days after ovulation because estrogen and progesterone levels begin falling dramatically. Over 90% of women get some PMS symptoms, but some experience more severe symptoms which affect their daily life.  A small percentage (under 5%) experience PMDD (premenstrual dysphoric disorder).…

Why do I have a cold? It’s summer!

The common cold is usually associated with winter and the seasonal transition period to spring. But now it is also often experienced in summer due to lifestyle factors. Most people today spend much of their summertime in artificially cooled environments in low temperatures. The cold air frequently blows directly on us and we experience extreme temperature differences. The Common Cold The common cold, also known simply as a cold, is an infectious disease of…