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Clinical Training for TCM Practitioners and Students
Prevention and Home Care of Lung Diseases from Traditional Chinese Medical Aspect. (Speech in Chinese)
Prevention and Home Care of Modern Common Diseases from Traditional Chinese Medical Aspect. (Speech in Chinese)
SPEAKERS: HSIEN-MIN YEH D.A.O.M, MScN, MSCS, L.Ac., L.D. (Taiwan)
Dr. Yeh is going to briefly introduce traditional Chinese medical theories and concepts and how to apply these concepts towards the prevention and home care of common modern diseases such as:
- neck pain
- shoulder and back pain
- high blood pressure
- high blood sugar
- high cholesterol
- stroke and cancer
Through this seminar and hands-on demonstration, Dr. Yeh will increase your knowledge and understanding of common diseases for the benefit of yourself and your family members.
Outline of speech (120 minutes)
1. Philosophy and basic theories of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) (35 minutes)
2. Basic diagnosis of Traditional Chinese Medicine (10 minutes)
3. Basic treatment principles of acupuncture and traditional Chinese herbal medicine (10 minutes)
4. Break (5 minutes)
5. Prevention and home care of modern common diseases from traditional Chinese medical aspect (45 minutes)
a. Headache and insomnia
b. Neck, and back pain
c. High blood pressure, high blood sugar and high cholesterol
6. Questions and answer (15 minutes)
SPEECH INFORMATION (Speech in Chinese)
Hours: 2 hrs
Speech Date: 5/28/2016
Time: Saturday 10:00am—12:00pm
Location: 6200 Corporate Dr., Houston, TX 77036 (Tzu Chi Southern Region/慈濟美南分會)
Hear Dr. Yeh on Radio AM 1050 U.S. Chinese Channel
Topic: Prevention and Home Care of Allergy (Speak in Chinese)
Prevention and Home Care of Hypersensitivity from Traditional Chinese Medical Aspect
Prevention and home care of modern common diseases from traditional Chinese medical aspect.
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ABSTRACTS OF DR. YEH'S AND DR. CHEN'S RESEARCHES
Yes Acupuncture & Wellness Center on bellaire location (Nhan Hoa herbal pharmacy 仁和藥行) provides fresh Chinese loose herbs to TCM practitioners, ACAOM alumni and students. Please visit the location and choose herbs on 12989 Bellaire Blvd., 16A, Houston, TX 77072 (phone: 281-776-9888)
Dr. Yeh enthusiastically provides free consultation and advises for FBU & ACAOM alumni and all students when you have any question about your TCM future or any difficulty in TCM. Please contact us and make an appointment with Dr. Yeh at 713-782-1803.
TCM practitioners must watch the video. This video focus on TCM medical oath from Dr. Simiao Sun in Tang dynasty (The great doctor/Da Yi Jing Chen 大醫精誠_孫思邈_為醫者須知)(Chinese)
THE GREAT DOCTOR (TCM medical oath from Dr. Si-miao Sun, 581-682 AD)
When a great physician treats diseases, he/she has to be mentally calm and his disposition firm. He/she should not give way to wishes and desires, but has to develop first of all a marked attitude of compassion. He/she should commit himself/herself firmly to a willingness to take the effort to save every living creature.
If someone seeks help because of illness or on the grounds of another difficulty, a great physician should not pay attention to status, wealth, or age, neither should he/she question whether this person is an enemy or friend, whether this person is a Chinese or a foreigner, or finally, whether this person is educated or uneducated. He/she should meet everyone on equal ground; he/she should always act as if he/she is not to ponder over his own fortune or misfortune and should thus preserve life and have compassion for it. He/she should look upon those who have come to grief as if he/she himself/herself has been struck, and he/she should sympathize with them deep in his/her mind. Neither dangerous mountain passes nor the time of day, neither should weather conditions nor hunger, neither thirst nor fatigue keep him/her from helping whole-heartily. Whoever acts in this manner is a Great Physician for the living. Whoever acts contrary to these demands is a great thief for those who still have their spirit.
Sun Si-Miao， Priceless Prescription (Qian Jin Yao Fang)， Quoted from Paul U. Unschuld， Medical Ethics in Imperial China. Berkeley: University of California Press， 1979