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  • Frequently asked questions – First Visit

    • What documents do I need to bring with me for my first visit to Professor Enji?

      An absolute requirement is to have an ID card, passport or other document with a photo, but it cannot be a city card, fishing card or school ID. Having your own medical records, periodic or analytical tests, medical history or hospital records is an optional condition, i.e. optional.

    • What is the best way to make an appointment with Professor Enji?

      The fastest way to make an appointment is by calling the office directly at + 48 607 489 251 (only polish). Optionally, you can also make an appointment via the Internet by clicking the Book Now tab or by sending an e-mail to: akupunktura@tutanota.com. Due to the large number of patients expecting them to be booked more quickly, the sooner you will receive your expected appointment. On the right side there is a banner where the approximate waiting time for admission to the first visit to Professor Enji is given.

    • How long does the first visit to Professor Enji take?

      Each visit to Professor Enji is not short and please be prepared. As a rule, the first visit is the longest consultation of all our clinic offers and also takes the most time. You need to be prepared for the first visit, which will take about 60 minutes. If the patient wants to undergo later e.g. acupuncture treatment or other available combined offer, it can take up to 2 hours.

       
    • How much does the first visit to Professor Enji cost?

      The first visit costs PLN 200 (about 60 USD), although currently Professor Enji accepts at the old prices until the end of the year. You will receive all current information directly from Dr. Enji. From January 2020, the following service price list will apply.

    • What is the best way to refuse a visit to Professor Enji?

      The fastest way is to send an SMS with your name and surname to the number +48 607 489 251, direct phone call, sending an email or using your PATIENT PANEL. Notifying us in advance of the impossibility of coming to the visit is helpful because it gives the opportunity to other people waiting to come within this time.

    • Do you also help in the treatment of children?

      Yes. The youngest patients in our office are 7 years old, and there is no upper age limit. The young patient must come with a legal guardian who will agree to treatment in our office. Each time during subsequent visits the guardian must be present with the child and watch over his safety.

    • Can i come with my friend?

      If you are already a patient in our office, and your friend wants to use our services, we invite you cordially. If you want to take a friend with you there is no way that she would be present during the treatments. This is motivated by the fact that often there are other patients in the office, and the presence of people who appear as guests here would obviously introduce great discomfort.

    • If I am undergoing acupuncture treatment in another clinic, can I continue at your place?

      There is no such possibility. Please finish your current treatment in other clinics and only come to us. We do not fall under the competence of other doctors, unless there is such a request well motivated in writing with the request of the attending physician, a copy of all medical documentation as well as recommendations and expectations. However, it is not certain whether our doctors will agree to such actions.

    • Are consultations after the first visit the same price?

      All consultations after the first visit and during the treatments are free. You pay only one time for your medical visit. If the treatment is over and you come to visit later, the price list applies as for the first visit reduced by PLN 25 due to the fact that you are already patients of our office.

    • Do I need to register for my first visit before acupuncture with Professor Enji?

      Yes. The first visit before acupuncture treatments is mandatory. It is not possible to receive treatment because, for example, someone has received a referral from a GP or other therapist.

    • What things does a traditional medicine doctor pay attention to?

      Your GP or GP will pay attention during your visit to:

      • detailed medical history concerning, among others:lifestyle, work, well-being, ways of spending free time, etc. Questions about the profession or mental burden at work are normal.
      • medical documentation of the case and periodic examination results
      • changes that have especially occurred recently in which the patient complains
      • pulse and blood pressure test

      The Traditional Medicine Doctor (TCM) pays special attention to:

      • all points mentioned above
      • patient behavior, speech style, sweating skin, skin reactions, changes in eyes, changes in ears, changes in throat and tongue, pulse diagnostics, changes in body (through touch), thyroid, liver and kidney changes. Often, a different hair color in a given region may suggest changes in internal organs, other changes on the body, etc.

      The doctor of Traditional Medicine will necessarily ask you to reveal some parts of the body like the neck to diagnose the thyroid or lymph nodes, abdomen or other parts you are complaining about. A visit to a TCM doctor is never short and lasts about 60 minutes. If diagnostics require it, this time is extended. It is impossible to properly diagnose a patient in 10-15 minutes, unless we are dealing with a generally healthy person.

    • Why do you think the diagnosis of Traditional Medicine is better than Classical Medicine?

      We have never said that this diagnosis is better or worse! Diagnostics of Traditional Medicine is an analysis of many aspects that are also carried out in the broadly understood internal medicine visit. As you say, superiority can only rely on the analysis of changes occurring in the body, e.g. proper reading of skin changes, proper analysis of changes in the iris of the eye (iridology), proper analysis of the pulse (diagnosis by pulse), proper analysis by touching changes in internal organs, etc. There are many more aspects to diagnosis during the first visit that a traditional medicine doctor pays special attention to. Only after making a diagnosis can a person be referred for check-ups to confirm or deny the presumption of illness. If I were to indicate superiority, it is cheap, effective and comprehensive diagnostics, which is the beginning of proper treatment. If a doctor of traditional medicine suspects a disease he simply cannot cope with, he should refer the person to the right specialist as soon as possible for targeted treatment. Traditional Medicine is a system that can be easily attached to other medical systems including conventional medicine using it as a supplement to treatment methods or diagnostics without any side effects. The goal of traditional diagnostics is pain relief, proper regulation of the body's operation and reduction of adverse effects of drugs. Please remember that both of these medicines are for the good of the patient and the doctor! It was never different and doctors should not forget about it!

    • Do you have a medical title of academic medicine?

      Yes, I am an internist and I graduated in medicine with a master's degree in medicine, I have the right to practice medicine and I constantly improve my qualifications at various symposia and lectures. I am the author of two books, which free versions are available on the web. In 2010, by the decision of the president of Mongolia, I received the title of clinical professor for many years of work and dissemination of knowledge in the field of traditional medical systems in Poland and in the world. Currently, I focus mainly on treating patients, writing books and helping in raising my grandchildren :-).

    • Is the iridological examination included in the first visit?

      Yes, this examination is included in the cost of the first visit.

    • Does Professor Enji order laboratory tests during treatment?

      Yes, to exclude or confirm presumptions about health or disease. However, such activities are not always ordained.

  • Selected photos - First Visit to Prof. Enji:

  • Our acupuncture office is different than others. We accept many patients every day, which is why we have developed a preparation scheme that can be helpful to any new patient. Thanks to it you will learn, for example, what the first visit to a doctor of traditional, Chinese, Tibetan or any other medicine looks like, how to prepare for a visit and what to look for during the visit, and most importantly what is expected and how we can help you ?. I invite you to read.

    Article by prof.klin.lek.med Enkhjargal Dovchin

    How to prepare and what to know before your first visit?

    How to prepare and what to know before your first visit?

    Our acupuncture office is different than others. We accept many patients every day, which is why we have developed a preparation scheme that can be helpful to any new patient. Thanks to it you will learn, for example, what the first visit to a doctor of traditional, Chinese, Tibetan or any other medicine looks like, how to prepare for a visit and what to look for during the visit, and most importantly what is expected and how we can help you ?. I invite you to read.

    Article by prof.klin.lek.med Enkhjargal Dovchin

  • I went to a lot of trouble to systematize historical, holistic and scientific knowledge in relation to the achievements of Western medicine in an integrated approach in order to show you the basic principles of the effects of acupuncture treatments on our body. I focused on showing the spectrum of problems and examples of the use of needles for the treatment of various ailments and diseases. I have tried to present all this in a rather interesting way.

    Article by prof.klin.lek.med Enkhjargal Dovchin

    How does acupuncture affect our body?

    How does acupuncture affect our body?

    I went to a lot of trouble to systematize historical, holistic and scientific knowledge in relation to the achievements of Western medicine in an integrated approach in order to show you the basic principles of the effects of acupuncture treatments on our body. I focused on showing the spectrum of problems and examples of the use of needles for the treatment of various ailments and diseases. I have tried to present all this in a rather interesting way.

    Article by prof.klin.lek.med Enkhjargal Dovchin

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