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  • PATIENTS PRACTITIONERS STUDENTS MORE Search In within of ( Zip/Postal Code ) Over 30, 000 Professionals Listed Subscribe Keep informed on current news in the world of Traditional Chinese Medicine

  • Email submissions to Chinese Herbal Formulas, Tonics, Books, Multimedia Now at Your Fingertips Points Newsletter - August 2006 Qigong (pronounced chee goong) is a system of Chinese health care that combines physical training, preventive and therapeutic medicine, with Eastern philosophy

  • Q: Can you treat Tourette's Syndrome with acupuncture? A: In Traditional Chinese Medicine we don't diagnose a patient as having a syndrome as specifically as Tourette's; rather, we look at the individual pattern of problems a patient presents and base our treatments accordingly...

    Chinese Medicine on-line campus: jadecampus
    Online Chinese medicine classes and conferences. Multilingual site.

  • Chinese Medicine Online Education Welcome on jadecampus, international continuing education and distant learning center for Chinese traditional medicine

  • We connect professionals, professors and students from the five continents to a medicine that has not failed to prove its complementarity

    Home :: Journal of Chinese Medicine
    English language journal dedicated to professional and student level information
    on the entire field of Chinese medicine. Hove, United Kingdom.

  • | Quote of the day: 'Laughing makes you ten years younger, distress causes your hair to become grey.' Chinese saying Deqi The Treatment of Hyperthyroidism by Acupuncture The Treatment of Acne with Acupuncture & Acupuncture-related Therapies The Treatment of Chronic Urticaria with the Thick Needle Clinical Application of the Bahuang Points Latest news Discussion groups now live Featured Items This is the long-awaited book by Debra Betts, author of several articles in The Journal of Chinese Medicine

    Be Wary of Acupuncture, Qigong, and "Chinese Medicine"
    Article by Stephen Barrett, MD.

  • Be Wary of Acupuncture, Qigong, and "Chinese Medicine" Stephen Barrett, M.D

  • "Chinese medicine, " often called "Oriental medicine" or "traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), " encompasses a vast array of folk medical practices based on mysticism

  • But when she was placed so that she could no longer see him, her movements were unrelated to his [2]., which is a Qigong varient claimed to be "a powerful mechanism for healing, stress relief and health improvements." Most acupuncturists espouse the traditional Chinese view of health and disease and consider acupuncture, herbal medicine, and related practices to be valid approaches to the full gamut of disease

  • Ulett, M.D., Ph.D., Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, University of Missouri School of Medicine, stated that "devoid of metaphysical thinking, acupuncture becomes a rather simple technique that can be useful as a nondrug method of pain control." He believes that the traditional Chinese variety is primarily a placebo treatment, but electrical stimulation of about 80 acupuncture points has been proven useful for pain control [8]


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    AACMA is a national professional association of acupuncture and traditional
    Chinese medicine practitioners. West End, Queensland, Australia.

  • Members Area Welcome to the AACMA website The Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association Ltd (AACMA) is the leading national professional association of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) practitioners

  • All AACMA practitioner members are accredited with the Australian Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner Accreditation Board, established by AACMA in 2003 with the support of the Commonwealth Complementary Therapies Funding Program

  • 28 March, 2006 The AACMA Board is delighted to announce the provision of up to $25, 000 in 2006 in support of acupuncture/Chinese medicine research

    Chinese Medicine Articles
    Articles and links about Chinese medicine and acupuncture. Multilingual site
    maintained by Shmuel Halevi, practitioner in Western Galilee, Israel.

    Traditional Chinese Medicine and Qigong
    General introduction. Multilingual portal site.

  • Traditional Chinese Medicine Summary Traditional Chinese Medicine ("TCM") is an integral part of Chinese culture

  • Today both of TCM and western medicine are being used in providing medical and health services in China

  • TCM is defined as a medical science governing the theory and practice of traditional Chinese medicine

  • The attitude towards traditional Chinese medicine and pharmacy across the world is changing

  • In China, among the foreign students in natural sciences, those who major in traditional Chinese medicine accounts for the highest percentage

  • World Health Organization has established 7 collaborating centers of traditional medicine and pharmacology

  • Colleges of traditional Chinese medicine and acupuncture have been founded in France, US, Italy and Australia Chinese Medicine
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    Articles for practitioners and students. Reference database.

  • Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture Health Information Organization Created by West TCM, Vancouver / Langley Canada Visit West TCM at their clinical practices; , and Search Click below…information for students, Acupuncturists, TCM practitioners, and patients

  • Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) & Acupuncture offers a unique perspective on the nature of health & illness that is different from that of the western perspective

  • Through differentiation of signs & symptoms, a doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture can analyze the root cause of the condition

    Introduction to Chinese Medicine/TCM
    Basic concepts and fundamentals of traditional Chinese medicine, including herbal
    therapy, acupuncture, qigong and TCM approaches to common diseases.

  • Traditional Chinese Medicine Information Page Introduction to TCM With a history of 2000 to 3000 years, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has formed a unique system to diagnose and cure illness

  • The TCM approach is fundamentally different from that of Western medicine

  • Traditional Chinese medicine treatment starts with the analysis of the entire system, then focuses on the correction of pathological changes through readjusting the functions of the zang-fu organs

  • The clinical diagnosis and treatment in Traditional Chinese Medicine are mainly based on the yin-yang and theories

  • The typical TCM therapies include acupuncture, herbal medicine, and exercises

  • Herbal medicine acts on zang-fu organs internally, while tries to restore the orderly information flow inside the network through the regulation of Qi

    ChiMed Home Page
    History of Chinese medicine site hosted by Albion College, Michigan. Lists scholars,
    libraries, online resources, bibliographies.

  • Welcome to ChiMed! The ChiMed web site is managed by an international group of scholars who study the history of medicine in China

    Multilingual site. Nanjing, China.


    AHealthyMe: Traditional Chinese Medicine
    Describes TCM, how it works, and how to find a practitioner.

  • Search AHealthyMe! Related topics: • • • Kristen Philipkoski CONSUMER HEALTH INTERACTIVE Below: • • • • • What is Traditional Chinese Medicine? Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a complete system of healing that developed in China about 3, 000 years ago and has changed very little over the centuries

  • Western medicine has its own theories about how acupuncture works -- perhaps by triggering the release of endorphins, natural pain-killers

  • Few studies in western journals have measured the effectiveness of Chinese herbal medicine, but you're likely to get better results by going to an experienced herbalist than by trying to self-medicate with the 'one-size-fits-all' commercially prepared formulas in health food stores

  • How can I find a qualified practitioner? Most TCM practitioners are acupuncturists who are also trained in Chinese herbal medicine

  • The National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine can provide you with a list of board-certified practitioners in your area

  • National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine

    Doc Misha : Chicken Soup Chinese Medicine
    Tips for choosing a practitioner, FAQs. Maintained by Misha Ruth Cohen. Clinic in
    San Francisco, California.

  • Welcome to Chicken Soup Chinese Medicine! Our goals are to help you — health care consumer, person who is ill, person attempting to maintain your health, physician or allied health professional, or just interested party — become more familiar with the systems of medicine and healing that come to us from the East

  • (PDF) Doc Misha’s printable guide to Chinese Traditional Medicine for HCV

  • Chinese Medicine community center and clinic featuring subsidized programs for people with HIV, hepatitis c, cancer support

  • A non-profit organization that promotes nationally recognized standards of competence and safety in acupuncture and Oriental medicine for the purpose of protecting the public

  • A non-profit whose primary purposes are to establish comprehensive educational and institutional requirements for acupuncture and Oriental medicine programs and to accredit programs and institutions that meet these requirements



    College of Integrated Chinese Medicine
    Offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses in acupuncture, alternative and
    Chinese medicine. Reading, United Kingdom.

  • We also offer training in Chinese herbal medicine, and an ongoing programme of Continual Professional Development for practitioners

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    Chinese Medicine and Assisted Reproductive Technology for the ...
    Article by Roger C. Hirsh.

    Chinese Medicine and Cancer - Richard Walters - HealthWorld Online
    Referenced article by Richard Walters describing Chinese medicine's role in the
    treatment of cancer, evidence of its effectiveness, and what one can expect ...

    The Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture Association of Canada
    CMAAC was Established to unite practitioners and to lobby the government for
    regulation of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture.


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