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Wednesday, Dec. 06 & 13,12-2pm Pacific Time

Acupuncture and Herbs for Peripheral Neuropathy (Chinese & English) 

This course aims to provide a comprehensive review of peripheral neuropathy, including its pathogenesis, current clinical treatment overview, and limitations. Additionally, it introduces the understanding of peripheral neuropathy in traditional Chinese medicine, its etiology, and pathogenesis analysis. The course emphasizes the unique advantages of Chinese herbal medicine and acupuncture in the treatment of peripheral neuropathy.

Dr. Yue Wang, AP Chief Physician, graduated from the Department of Traditional Chinese Medicine at Beijing University of Chinese Medicine in 1989. She completed her residency at the Dongzhimen Hospital, affiliated with Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, specializing in internal medicine. She was trained by the national master of traditional Chinese medicine, Professor Lü Ren, and received in-depth guidance in the treatment of diabetes and kidney diseases in traditional Chinese medicine. Wang Yue, along with his research team, has published over 20 research papers and authored six monographs. She has received multiple national and municipal-level research awards. She also contributed to the establishment of the first Diabetes Professional Committee in China, which later became the predecessor of the Diabetes Society of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine. After moving to the United States, she conducted basic research in various medical colleges, completed postdoctoral training, and then returned to clinical practice.

Acupuncture and Herbs for Peripheral Neuropathy (Chinese), Dr. Yue Wang, Dec. 06, 2023

Acupuncture and Herbs for Peripheral Neuropathy (English), Dr. Yue Wang, Dec. 13, 2023 $40




Available Now: Newest Books from Acclaimed Instructors, Prof. Huang Huang and Dr. Young Park

Prof. Huang Huang is one of China’s foremost experts in using Jing Fang (classical formula) derived from Shang Han Lun and Jin Gui Yao Lue. With nearly 50 years working in Chinese medicine, Prof. Huang is dedicated to his lifelong study of deferential diagnosis of “herbal patterns”. Prof. Huang’s teaching of the classics closely relates to clinical usage and the concept of “correspondence between formulas and syndromes”. Order Prof. Huang’s newest publication “Huang Huang’s Guide to Clinical Application of Jingfang”

Professor Huang Huang's Guide to Clinical Application of JingFang - The Chinese & English Edition




Young Park, D.O. is the clinical medical director of Integrative Medicine at Community Health Network in Indianapolis. Dr. Park received a bachelor of science degree in biology from Indiana University and a doctor of osteopathy from the College of Osteopathic Medicine in Des Moines, Iowa. He completed a family practice residency at St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Youngstown, Ohio. He has experience in family practice and emergency medicine, as well as integrative medicine and integrative oncology. Dr. Park has a special interest in preventive medicine, Eastern medicine (acupuncture, cupping, Chinese herbs), osteopathic manipulation and functional medicine. Order Dr. Young Park’s Newest Book on Cupping Therapies in Integrative Medicine.

Modern and Ancient Cupping Therapy A Textbook of Integrative Medicine 65.00




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