Dr. Feng Shi Lun – Jing Fang Treatment for Asthma and Bi-Syndromes
This full-day lecture will be hosted by Dr Feng Shi Lun and disciple Tao You Qiang. The course will explore ‘Jing Fang Treatment for Asthma and Bi-Syndromes’ and will be held on Tuesday 2nd October.
Based on the combination of the 6 channels and the 8 principles syndrome differentiation theories, we can interpret modern diseases and apply classical formulas. There is a significant difference between classical herbalism, Zang Fu syndrome differentiation of TCM and modern interventions, for treating chronic respiratory diseases. Fortunately, Professor Feng has a unique understanding of treating chronic respiratory diseases, particularly by utilising the six channels differentiation to treat asthma combined with phlegm and blood stagnation.
In this lecture, we will categorise typical and related formulas, and apply them to auto-immune rheumatic diseases and chronic respiratory diseases. Prof. Feng will then provide a detailed analysis of the disorder. Based on treatment using the six channels, most cases are related to the Shao Yin channel. Prof. Feng emphasises the importance of using a combination of internal and external treatment for auto-immune rheumatic diseases.
Professor Feng will provide some of his most notable clinical case studies and describe the formulas needed for various rheumatic and respiratory conditions. We will learn the application principles and techniques needed to treat complex cases. During this course, you will have the opportunity to ask questions to Prof. Feng and learn his specialist techniques first-hand.
About Professor Feng Shi Lun:
Feng Shilun is a professor and known worldwide as the famous Chief Physician in the capital city of Beijing. He is an Honorary Chairman of the Beijing Traditional Chinese Medicine of Zhang Zhongjing Teachings Association. Besides teaching in Beijing, he is also a visiting professor, senior academic and medical advisor for many Chinese medical universities and hospitals across the globe.
Extraordinarily, Dr. Feng still practices 6 days a week at the Sino-Japanese Friendship Hospital in Beijing. Over the years, Feng Shi Lun has dedicated his career to bringing classical Chinese medicine to the modern world through scientific research, clinical practice and teaching. He has published over 10 different books and multiple articles all advocating the Jing Fang method of the Shang Han Lun. He has also been engaged in clinical studies and trials to treat bronchitis and Rheumatoid Arthritis. Prof. Feng also won the Science and Technology Prize awarded by the Ministry of Health.
He specialises in treating the common diseases in internal medicine, surgery, gynaecology and paediatrics. He has had immense success in treating fever and diseases by extra heat; cough and asthma; gastrointestinal disease; hepatobiliary disease; Bi Syndrome; endocrine disorders; Sjögren’s syndrome; paediatric cough; irregular menstruation; chronic prostatitis; infertility; and intractable pruritus (itching). In particular, he has a deep understanding and rich experience in application of Classical Formulas to treat various difficult and complicated diseases. He achieves great clinical results by using simple but very effective prescriptions.
Feng Shilun is an internationally recognised and we are incredibly honoured to have him join us at the International Jing Fang Conference.
About Dr Tao You Qiang
Dr. Tao Youqiang is a pupil of Jing Fang master, Feng Shilun. He received his Master’s degree in Chinese medicine and is now devoted to teaching classical Jing Fang formulas.
Since graduating, Dr. Tao has published more than 10 academic papers and taken part in numerous research programmes – all relating to different aspects of Jing Fang. He has also taught all around the world, including America, Australia, South Korea, Russia, Canada and France.
Dr. Tao focuses on psychological counselling and stresses the importance of a healthy lifestyle.
Some of his areas of expertise include chronic fatigue syndrome, chronic gastroenteritis, rheumatism and chronic prostatitis.
This course will be taught in Chinese and then translated into English by Katherine Gao BSc MRCHM, former RCHM president.