Dr. Minchu Chen is a licensed Acupuncture Physician and is a 4th generation Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner. Her expertise is in immunological skin disorders, gynecological disorders and sinusitis, as well as pain management, allergy, migraine, insomnia, apnea, and arthritis remedies. Her passion for TCM was cultivated since her childhood by her late father, who was a well-respected and reputable TCM practitioner in both China and Taiwan. Prior to pursuing her dream of becoming a TCM doctor, she majored in Classical Chinese Literature and earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at the National Chengchi University (NCUU) in Taipei, Taiwan. With her degree, she taught Chinese Literature at a top-ranked private University in Taiwan. She then moved to the United States to pursue a higher degree, and was accepted to the Ph.D program of Educational Technology offered by the College of Education and Computer Science at the University of Florida, where she received her Ph.D. in 2004. After suffering from a non-healable and recurring immunological skin disorder, Dr. Chen turned to her family tradition of TCM and was able to fully recover without side-effects, thus renewing her passion for TCM and led her to enroll at the Florida College of Integrative Medicine, where she earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s in Oriental Medicine. She has since earned her licenses in both states of Florida and Texas. Dr. Minchu Chen currently serves as an instructor for senior level Chinese Herbology courses at Florida College Of Integrative Medicine and is the visiting Physician at Family Integrative Medicine Of Orlando. Dr. Minchu Chen, A.P., L.AC, Dipl.O.M., Ph.D. • Autoimmune disorders • Skin disorder • Gastrointestinal syndromes • Endocrine disorder • Gynecological disorders • Pain management • Insomnia • Dyspnea • Arthritis • Headache/Migrane
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About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations) Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) which is composed of plants and animals, originated in China 3,000 years ago. While a crucial part of Chinese culture, the demand for Chinese medicinal materials has risen both in China as well as in international markets. China's economic growth has allowed Chinese consumers with high purchasing power to seek Chinese herbal medicine and other natural health products. The interest in using Chinese herbal medicine for wellness, medical treatments and longevity by people in other parts of the world has created new markets for TCM products. The development of TCM depends on natural resources so medicinal wildlife resource conservation is a precondition of sustainable use and continuation of TCM. Unfortunately, medicinal natural resources have declined rapidly, with Chinese manufacturing companies searching for large quantities of supplies inside and outside China to produce old-brand products and to develop new products for profit. The overuse of resources has caused a number of both animal and plant species to become extinct. The conflict between demand and supply is a big challenge for the development of traditional Chinese medicine and biodiversity conservation. In her presentation, Lixin will address how the TCM profession views these challenges and addresses them to promote healthy people and a healthy planet? She also discusses strategies that can be developed to bring TCM and conservation communities together to work with a shared vision to protect our one and only planet.
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Traditional Chinese fire cupping therapy. The treatment is not very painful. The bruises will last for 1-2 weeks. As you can see the cupping is not very difficult and can be easyly done at home. There are some contraindications though. Be sure to consult a doctor before your treatment if you are unsure. You can get the cupping jars on amazon. traditional style http://amzn.to/1dZWHfk modern style http://amzn.to/1ihTk8g TCM Schröpfen in China. Die Behandlung ist nicht sonderlich schmerzhaft. Die blauen Flecken sind etwa 1-2 Wochen zu sehen.
Find out more about acupuncture: http://acupuncture-europe.org/ http://threespringsinstitute.com/Three_Springs/EUROPEAN_STUDY.html http://threespringsinstitute.com/Three_Springs/HOME.html The concept of "shen" is a fundamental part of traditional Chinese medicine. "Shen" is considered to be one of the three treasures that forms life: Jing, the essence, Qi, the life-force, and "Shen, which is usually translated as the "spirit." "Shen" embodies consciousness, mind, or thought. It is "shen" that raises the consciousness of human beings above that of other living creatures. The earliest discourse on "shen" is in the ancient Chinese medical text—Huangdi Neijing or the Yellow Emperor's Book of Internal Classic—in the section called, "The Root of Spirit." According to historical texts, the Yellow Emperor asked a question, which was answered by the chief physician—Qíbó—beginning with these words. "Heaven abides so that we have virtue. Earth abides so that we have qi. When virtue flows and qi is blended, there is life." Senior Lecturer and Dean of the European School of Acupuncture, Elisabeth Rochat De La Vallée says the concept of "shen" is expressed in the relationship of the traditional Chinese medicine or TCM practitioner with the patient. [Elisabeth Rochat De La Vallée, Senior Lecturer and Dean of European School of Acupuncture]: "So, what is shen is when you are a (TCM) practitioner, what is important is the relationship with the patient. It's a lot of things. You're supposed to know your job, to know the techniques, to know how to make the diagnosis, and so on. That's the very basis. But on the other hand, what's also important is that you are a human being treating another human being, and so there is a lot to the relationship." Rochat, in Australia to give a lecture on "Shen in Chinese Religion and Medicine," says in ancient China cultivating oneself is key to the doctor-patient relationship. [Elisabeth Rochat De La Vallée, Dean and Senior Lecturer of European School of Acupuncture]: "The relationship is just given whatever it is, .... and so you have to cultivate yourself as a human being to be more and more in the kind of righteousness, or in a kind of natural order in yourself, in a kind of harmony with yourself and with the universe." Rochat, who lectures on Chinese classical and medical texts, says (quote), "in ancient China, to take care of people is part of the harmony of the world and "shen" is expressed in the harmony." Rochat says the embodiment of compassion in "shen" in traditional Chinese medicine is a Buddhist approach. She refers to the legendary Chinese doctor, Sun Simiao, who was known for the meticulous care for his patients. [Elisabeth Rochat De La Vallée, Dean and Senior Lecturer of European School of Acupuncture]: "That is more a Buddhist approach. Depends if you take compassion as just something shared in humankind or with a specific Buddhist approach... we find compassion for instance as one of the main things from the practitioner (of Chinese medicine), in the writing of the Chinese doctors who were Buddhists... there is a very famous one from the sixth or seventh century AD—Sun Simiao. And he was a Buddhist and he wrote about the relationship between the practitioner and the patient, and of course compassion for him is at the core of the relation." Sun believed practicing medicine is an art of compassion. He was dedicated to the care of women and children. Sun is remembered for his writings on medical ethics titled, the "Sincerity and Devotion of Great Doctors." Today, it is considered the "Chinese Hippocratic Oath"—an essential reading for students of traditional Chinese medicine. By Margaret Trey, PhD Interviews by Philippa Rayment in Melbourne
Charmian is the Head of Chinese Medicine Department and a Senior Lecturer in the School of Health and Bioscience at The University of East London. In her talk she talks about her 20 years' experience in learning about and practising acupuncture in the UK and Nanjing, China. What is it about those little needles that make them alleviate pain, treat illnesses and even help women to get pregnant? What is TEDx? In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TED has created a program called TEDx. TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. Our event is called TEDxBratislava, where x = independently organized TED event. At our TEDxBratislava event, TEDTalks video and live speakers will combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events, including ours, are self-organized.