MD (China), Professor of CDUTCM
Prof. Liang has over 40 years’ clinical and teaching experience. By working as a doctor in the Chinese Medicine Clinic of CDUTCM, he treats almost more than 50 patients per day, including various pain syndromes, gynecological diseases, mental and neurological disorders, etc.
With rich research experiences on acupuncture, he has led 2 national 973 projects and 59 other national projects. Prof. Liang has received a second-class National Science and Technology Progress Award and other 20 national, ministry/province-level awards, and has also edited 8 national-level planned textbooks and 11 academic monographs, published 451 academic papers.
MD (China), Professor of CDUTCM
Hong Zhang, MD (China), Professor of CDUTCM. Prof. Zhang has over 40 years’ clinical and teaching experience. She works in the 3rd affiliated hospital of CDUTCM and combines various acupuncture manipulations (“Panlong Jiaji”, “flying needles”, etc.) with moxibustions to treat patients with different pain-related disorders, diabetes, post-stroke syndromes, dementia, etc. in the clinic.
MD (China), Professor and Acupuncture researcher, licensed Acupuncturist & Herbologist in USA
Guanyuan Jin, MD (China), Professor and Acupuncture researcher, licensed Acupuncturist & Herbologist in USA. Prof. Jin is recognized as one of world’s leading experts in acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine and Qigong/Tai-Chi and other Self-Healing Therapies. He specializes in treating tough cases of infertility, hearing/vision disorders, pain management and sports injuries rehabilitation and has been practicing acupuncture and oriental Medicine for over 42 years (24 in China, 18 in USA) while treating over 100,000 patients (Including many world-class sports athletes) with excellent results.
PhD, MD (China), Professor
Changqing Yang, PhD, MD (China), Professor. Dr. Yang is a faculty member working at Alhambra Medical University, Los Angeles, USA, and practicing at his clinic at Santa Monica and lecturing for the CEU classes for the local and national associations. He is specialized in mental disorders, pain management, internal medicine conditions, addictions, female health, cosmetic acupuncture and sexual dysfunction, weight loss, etc. Dr. Yang is the Director of Mental Health Forum of ATCMA, President of American Institute of Mental Health in TCM, Deputy Director of Mental Health Committee of World Federation of TCM. Dr. Yang was a commissioner at Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture of Oriental Medicine (ACAOM), USA.
PhD, MD (China), licensed acupuncturist in USA, Board of Directors United Alliance of New York State Licensed Acupuncturists
Guanhu Yang, PhD, MD (China), licensed acupuncturist in USA, Board of Directors United Alliance of New York State Licensed Acupuncturists. Dr.Yang has over 20 years of clinical experience in China, Japan and America. He treats many chronic disorders including pain (migraine headaches, neck and back pain, whiplash injuries, arthritis, abdominal pain, frozen shoulder, and painful menses), digestive function disorder, IBS, Allegy, Sinusitis, Asthma, stress release (depression, anxiety, insomnia, anorexia, and chronic fatigue syndrome), neurological disorders, menopause smoking cessation, weight control, etc.
PhD, MD (China), Professor, Executive Director and Dean of Academics of CITCM
Xia Cheng, PhD, MD (China), Professor, Executive Director and Dean of Academics of CITCM. Dr. Cheng has over 20 years of clinical experience as a physician, herbalist, and acupuncturist. She specializes in using kinds of acupuncture therapies (auricular acupuncture, scalp acupuncture, etc.) for many pain syndromes (headache, abdominal pain, shoulder/back/elbows/knees pain), digestive disorders (diarrhea, constipation, IBD/IBS, etc.), and also treat neurological disorders (post-stroke syndrome, etc.) well. Dr.Cheng is currently the Director of the Body Mind Synergy Health Centre, a member of several professional association boards and Vice-President for the Alberta Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine Doctors.
PhD, MD (China), Associate professor of CDUTCM
Ruirui Sun, PhD, MD (China), Associate professor of CDUTCM. Dr. Sun has rich clinical and teaching experiences, and performs acupoint embedding thread for patients with obesity, fire-dragon moxibustion for patients with Yang deficiency, other acupuncture therapies for patients with pain syndromes (migraine, headache, lower back pain, knee osteoarthritis, etc.), women problems (dysmenorrhea, irregular menstruation, etc.), gastrointestinal disorders (dyspepsia, diarrhea, etc.), facial paralysis, post-stroke syndromes, etc.
Henry Tarazona Medina
PhD, MD(China, Spain), Instructor of CITCM
Henry Tarazona Medina, PhD, MD(China, Spain), Instructor of CITCM. With rich experiences in both clinical and teaching, Dr. Medina specializes in different needle manipulations, such as blood-letting therapy, fire-needle, etc. He also does well in using thirteen Ghost Caves (“Shisan Gui Xue”), “Dong’s Extraordinary Points” ,”Xingnao Kaiqiao needling” and other acupuncture techniques learned from famous doctors. He treats well for patients with musculoskeletal disorders (Herniated disc, carpal tunnel syndrome, osteoarthritis, etc.), kinds of pain-related disorders, etc.