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KEN ANDES

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Ken Andes is a certified teacher and practitioner of medical qigong under Master He Binhui, one of China’s most well-known Qigong healers especially in the area of cancer treatment.  From 2001 to 2006 he served as vice-president of Master He’s research and teaching organization.  Ken is a teacher of Hsing-I Chuan Kung Fu and Tai Chi Chuan under Sifu Werner Ollie, who himself studied under the late Master BP Chan of New York City.  Ken has practiced and studied the martial, medical, and spiritual aspects of Qigong almost every day since 1989.

Ken is a licensed acupuncturist and is board certified in Chinese herbal medicine, having graduated from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in 2002.  He is the owner and founder of Natural Chinese Medicine in Ramsey, NJ, one of the most successful acupuncture clinics in the area which regularly sees anywhere from 250-300 patients per week between himself and two other acupuncturists.

In his clinical practice Ken has created his own unique system of healing that combines acupuncture with medical qigong, homeopathy, applied kinesiology, crystal healing, and nutrition.  This combined approach to natural healing is the foundation of his clinical success and he teaches this system of healing to a small group of apprentices that work with him at his clinic.

In 2006, due to his association with Master He and Dr. Kevin Chen, Ken was given the honor of serving as the principal qigong healer in the first NIH funded study of EQT (external qi therapy) for cocaine addiction.  This study showed the efficacy of medical qigong as an effective therapy for reducing cocaine cravings in early addiction treatment and was published in March, 2013.

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