von: Tianjun Liu/ Xiao Mei Qiang/ (ed.)

Chinese Medical Qigong (Softcover)


2013, 408 pages

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Chinese Medical Qigong (Softcover) von Tianjun Liu/ Xiao Mei Qiang/ (ed.)

Editor in Chief: Tianjun Liu, O.M.D. and associate Editor in Chief: Xiao Mei Qiang Lac.
Correlating traditional Qigong therapies with outcomes of new scientific research, this is the authoritative introduction to the knowledge system and content of Qigong study.
Based on the latest edition of the approved textbook on Medical Qigong used in Chinese universities,
this authoritative paperback edition has been completely revised and edited to meet the needs of western practitioners.
The editors emphasize the practice of Qigong, and this section of the book has been revised and expanded, a wide range of Qigong forms are presented, taking full account of the history, correct practice, and development of Qigong.
The section on the clinical applications of Qigong in the treatment of a wide range of conditions, with the recommended Qigong forms for treatment, and relevant references to the ancient texts has been substantially revised, and focuses on conditions more common in the West.
The book also presents the newest research on Medical Qigong, including groundbreaking new discoveries about the physiological and psychological mechanisms.
Omitted from this paperback edition are the extensive excerpts from the ancient texts, and the detailed history, more appropriate for academic study.
This is the authoritative introduction to the knowlege system and content Qigong study.
Chinese Medical Qigong is the official textbook used in colleges of traditional Chinese medicine in China.

Reviews:
This is a landmark work in the field of medical qigong... The book provides a great overview of qigong theory, research and practice for anyone who is interested in qigong therapy.
--- qigonghealing.co.uk

Chinese Medical Qigong is the definitive work on this ancient medical system for the English-speaking world. It is an important addition to our understanding of the contribution of Chinese culture, tradition, and science to the art of healing.
--- Larry Dossey, M.D., author of Healing Words and The Power of Premonitions

This is a long-needed and must-read book about the history, science, and practice of Chinese Medical Qigong.
Clearly written, comprehensive, and visionary in scope.
--- Gary E. Schwartz, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, Medicine, Neurology, Psychiatry, and Surgery, The University of Arizona.

Chinese Medical Qigong is one of the most comprehensive English texts to be published on this subject to date.
An important reference for anyone interested in medical Qigong.
--- Adam Perlman, M.D., M.P.H., F.A.C.P., Endowed Professor of Complementary and Alternative Medicine, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.

 
Tianjun Liu

Tianjun Liu, O.M.D.,
is Director of the Qigong research laboratory at Beijing University of Chinese Medicine where he has taught Qigong for more than twenty years. He is also secretary general of the National Qigong Education and Study Association, secretary general of China Academic Society of Medical Qigong, and the first government approved academic mentor for Ph.D. candidates in the field of medical Qigong in China. For the past decade, Dr. Liu has been Editor in Chief of Qigong Study in Chinese Medicine, the only official Qigong textbook used in universities and colleges of traditional Chinese medicine in China.

Xiao Mei Qiang

Xiao Mei Qiang
is a licensed acupuncturist and a New York state Educational Board-certified herbalist. In 1975, she started TCM study and acupuncture training in her apprenticeship with Dr. Zhichun Zhang, a retired doctor and professor from Beijing TCM College, and with Drs. Ciguang Sun and Yuying Sun. The Suns were brother and sister and inherited Chinese medicine knowledge and special acupuncture skills from their older generation and were the principal acupuncture doctors in Beijing Police Hospital. Xiao Mei Qiang moved to the US in 1990 and began studying physical therapy. She has been working as a physical therapist assistant in the rehabilitation medicine field, including acute hospital, sub-acute rehabilitation center, inpatient rehabilitation, and outpatient rehabilitation, for more than thirteen years. She completed further training in acupuncture and herbology at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York where she earned her Master's Degree in TCM. She also received a Certification in Japanese style acupuncture at Harvard Medical School, as well as a Certification in Tung's Acupuncture style from The World Association of Tung's Acupuncture in California.
She received the Contribution Award of 2008 by the All Chinese Award for her success in treating post-stroke and neurological patients.

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