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Telltale Signs on the Tongue

2021-04-14T14:52:55-07:00Tags: , , , , , , , , |

A skilled Chinese medicine practitioner can learn a tremendous amount about a patient’s history and current condition just by observing their tongue. What are they looking for? Heiner interviews internationally recognized expert Barbara Kirschbaum to find out. Listen as Barbara provides insights gained from her more than thirty years of experience using tongue analysis in the diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic disease, with a special focus on cancer and trauma. Barbara Kirschbaum is the author of the widely used textbooks The Atlas of Chinese Tongue Diagnosis, volumes 1 and 2, and is Director of the TCM Clinic within the Breast Cancer Center of the Jerusalem Hospital in Hamburg, Germany.

A Practical Introduction to Dr. Wu Sheng’an’s Method of Ascending/Descending Chinese Herbal Prescriptions

2022-04-07T14:39:01-07:00Tags: , , , , , , |

Xi'an Master Folk Physician

Eldest son of Dr. Wu

Dr. Wu Sheng’an is a classically trained master physician whose practice combines many traditional skills that are virtually impossible to find in Dr. Wu Sheng'anone person in modern-day China: chrono-acupuncturist, wildcrafter and processor of medicinal plants, internal medicine expert specializing in difficult and recalcitrant diseases, Taiji master, and active proponent of Sun Simiao’s medical ethics. In a medical practice that has spanned more than 50 years, Dr. Wu has synthesized core teachings of several historically renowned lineages into one highly effective and cohesive clinical system. In video lecture, Dr. Wu’s eldest son Wu Zhaoqing provides a practical and systematic introduction to the unique herbal approach of the Wu Sheng’an lineage.

Total running time: 134 mins
Mandarin Chinese, translated into English by Heiner Fruehauf

Understanding Cancer: Spiritual and Physical Reasons for Its Development and Complementary Treatment Strategies with Chinese Herbs (3 Parts)

2021-06-09T18:58:42-07:00Tags: , |

National University of Natural Medicine,
College of Classical Chinese Medicine

Heiner Fruehauf found his way to the profession of classical Chinese medicine more than two decades ago while healing from cancer. Since then, he has explored many alternative cancer treatments and accumulated a host of information on how to accompany conventional treatments of cancer with Chinese herbs, Qigong, emotional therapy, and other modalities. In this multi-part lecture at his home in the Sandy River Gorge in Oregon, Heiner systematically shares his clinical approach to this difficult disorder.

Total running time: 148 mins.

Restoring the Flow: Introducing a Unique Acupressure System for the Treatment of Difficult Diseases by the Master Massage Therapist Chen Yuqin

2021-06-10T19:31:40-07:00Tags: , , , , , |

Institute for the Clinical Research of Classical Chinese Medicine, Guangxi University of TCM

China’s main promoter of the classical medical arts introduces the unique work of Chen Yuqin, a self-taught massage therapist from Shanghai who specializes in the treatment of cancer and other difficult diseases using tuina.

Total running time: 62 mins
Mandarin Chinese, translated into English by Heiner Fruehauf

Insights of a Senior Chinese Body Worker on Treating Pathologies of the Organ Networks (3 parts)

2021-06-11T14:29:22-07:00Tags: , , , , |

Shanghai Institute for the Research of Chinese Medicine Meridian Therapy

In this three-part lecture series, an accomplished female massage therapist from Shanghai shares her passion for the modalities of acupressure and tuina, as well as her fervent belief that there is no disease that cannot be healed by restoring proper flow of life energy in the body's channel system. In session 1, she shares from the wealth of her clinical experience diagnosing and treating diseases of the heart and lung, including lung cancer. In part 2, she addresses pathologies of the liver and kidney, and offers solutions for treatment. In the third and final installment, she focuses on pathologies and treatment strategies for the spleen, stomach, and pericardium organ systems.

Total running time: 178 mins.
Mandarin Chinese, translated into English by Heiner Fruehauf
Part 1: subtitles, Parts 2 & 3: spoken

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