Sept. 18, 2012: Part 2 – Chinese Herbal Approach for the Treatment of Fibromyalgia Syndrome
Shan Liang, A.P., M.D. (China) is a Florida licensed acupuncture physician. He attended medical school at Shandong Medical University in Jinan, China, earning his Doctor of Medicine in 1985. Dr. Liang went on to become a physician at Qian Fu Shan General Hospital from 1985-1992. Since 1992 he has taught and practiced acupuncture and Chinese medicine at several schools in Florida. Dr. Liang currently runs a successful private practice in Sarasota FL.
July 12, 2012: The Abdominal Nine Needles for Improving the Side Effects of HAART of HIV/AIDS
Baisong Zhong, M.D.(China), L.Ac., Ph.D. earned his Medical Degree from Luzhou Medical College in China, then earned both his Master of Science in Medi-cine, specializing in Children’s asthma with Chinese Medicine and his Ph.D. in Internal Chinese Medicine, specializing in Treat-ment of Immune System Disorders from Chengdue University of TCM. He practiced & lectured at Clinic College and Teaching Hospital of Chengdu Univ. of TCM before he became Dean of Research Inst. of Chongqin Huasen Pharmaeutical Co. He is currently Dean of Clinic Training, Associate Professor and Acupuncturist at American College of Acupuncture & OM in Houston, TX.
02/27/12: TCM and acupuncture for diabetes
Huabing Wen, L.Ac., M.D. (China) graduated from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine and served as physician-in-charge at the University’s Department of Internal Medicine. He has conducted research in stroke and diabetes treatment with TCM, and published several papers. His private practice in Los Angeles specializes in internal medicine, with a focus on cancer and diabetes and related conditions. His scientific publications involve various areas such as diabetes, hypertension, stroke, and integrative chemotherapy with TCM therapy. In addition to his private practice in Beverly Hills, he currently serves as a faculty member of the Masters programs at both Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Emperor’s College of Oriental Medicine.