MALLIGARANI RANGARAJAN (RANI) after finishing her University study as a basic western Medical Doctor and as an ophthalmologist, worked for 15 years in India. Observing her father’s success with acupuncture and having personally experienced relief with acupuncture, Rani was inspired to study this alternate system of medicine. She pursued studies in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) at the Shenzhou University in Amsterdam and completed it in 2010 with Honours (Cum Laude).
While clinically treating a number of cases, Rani kept herself academically updated through many training programmes in Netherlands and India for 7 years. Having had the opportunity to meet and train under the great master Dr. Tan himself in 2014, she started the journey of treating “PAIN” with the Distal Needling Acupuncture. She continued her training in Dr. Tan’s Balance method in:
She learnt that there are acupuncturists around the world who were focusing on treating certain eye conditions about which mainstream medicine would say:“These are difficult problems, nothing much could be done, as the vision could progressively get worse due to the nature of the disease”
Realising that there was an opportunity here to help people who were battling with loss of vision, Rani seized the opportunity and trained herself in Ophthalmic Acupuncture including the latest developments in the field. Eye care has always been her passion.