Offer free, community based TCM treatment to migrants, refugees, asylum seekers without the basic health insurance in Slovenia

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Overview

The purpose of this project is to set up a community TCM clinic (clinic) in Slovenia for disadvantaged groups and other individuals in need. The clinic would administer Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) treatment.

Team

 Treatments are provided by qualified and competent practitioners in a community setting or individualized approach with the affiliation of the European Traditional Chinese Medicine Association (ETCMA) and Acupuncture without Borders (AWB). 

Eligible groups

The project aims to offer free, community-based TCM treatment to migrants, refugees, asylum seekers without the basic health insurance in Slovenia.  It is a free, accessible and efficient means to cope with trauma, stress and pain opening to all walks of groups with no limitations to age, gender, socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity, or sexual orientation.

Benefits

Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine is one of the most popular forms of complementary medicine in Slovenia.  It is used for a wide range of conditions, often with excellent results.  Acupuncture is useful for various kind of conditions, such as aches and pain, stress, headaches and more.

WHAT

The project aims to offer free, community based TCM treatment to migrants, refugees, asylum seekers without the basic health insurance in Slovenia.

WHO

You are eligible to TCM treatment if:

  • you’re residing in Slovenia, whether you are a foreigner or local citizen with or without a temporary or permanent residence permit,

  • and the average monthly income per individual family member does not exceed the amount of two (2) minimum basic incomes.

HOW

You can submit an appointment request using the form below to your preferred practitioner based on their location and expertise.

WHERE

We are currently offering service in Ljubljana and Novo mesto.

Our practitioners

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    Ljubljana, Cesta v Šmartno 41, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
    Elad Einav is an experienced practitioner of complementary medicine therapies . These are based on several techniques he learned during his education.
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    Ljubljana, Tacenska cesta 135a, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
    Tian WEI graduated from Henan TKM University in Acupuncture, Moxibustion and Tui Na in 2009. After graduation, she worked in various hospitals and clinics in China, Singapore and Slovenia.
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    Novo mesto, Ulica talcev 9, 8000 Novo mesto, Slovenia
    Rachel has undergone extensive studies in Acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine as well as more than 10 years of clinical experience.
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We Need Your Support

SZKMA engages in a wide variety of activities to support health in Chinese Communities, and to support medical practitioners delivering these services in Slovenia. Your donation will help sustain and support SZKMA in these activities. Donation is tax-deductible.