from May 9, 2020
with Kia Sinay
from May 9, 2020
This discussion will include theories of etiology, progression & risks of epidemics framed in Wen Bing theories. According to Wu You-Ko, the patriarch of the Wen Bing School, pestilent diseases are a result of airborne or oral pathogens. Each pathogen follows a specific course of progression, warranting different treatment strategies.
Kia Sinay has been practicing Chinese medicine since 1995, specializing in disc disorders, pain management, and digestive disorders. She has trained under Jeffrey Yuen in Advanced Acupuncture and Herbology, and is completing her Ph.D. at the American University of Complimentary Medicine. Kia has published work on psycho neuro-endocrinology, digestive disorders, and the Eight Extraordinary Vessels.
with Hui ZhangSee In Store
Wei Qi or defensive Qi runs around the blood vessel and Ying Qi or construction Qi inside the blood vessel. Wei protects the body from external pathogens, which functions like the immune system. Moreover, Wei is tightly related to the nervous system, which regulates temperature, sweating, circadian rhythm. Ying refers to blood and other Yin substances which nourish the whole body. In Shang Han Lun, a Taiyang exterior condition is regarded as Wei. Wei to treat a Wei disease. In Wen Bing (Warm Diseases), a Wei level condition refers to the early stage of fever due to warm pathogens e.g. coronavirus. The manifestation is various in wind-heat, damp heat, dryness, and wind-cold. What are the similarity and differences of Wei in the two systems? How can we use herbal medicine and acupuncture in practice to treat Wei disorders?
In this seminar, my course will cover the following topics
1. Deep explanation of Wei, form classics and meridians theory
2. Herbal medicine treatment, Ma Huang Tang and its modification
3. Acupuncture and moxibustion treatment
4. Wei, immunity, and coronavirus: prevention and sequalae treatment
5. Wei and nervous system disorders, psychological diseases
Hui Zhang, Ph.D., is a Chinese Medicine Doctor, Educator, and Researcher. Having trained at the Chengdu University of TCM in China, he works in Denmark. Hui lectures regularly in Denmark, Germany, Austria, and China.
Kia Sinay has been practicing Chinese medicine since 1995, specializing in disc disorders, pain management, and digestive disorders. She has trained u...