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Chris Randall is a certified practionaire of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Chris has practiced Chinese Medical Massage (Tui Na) and T'ai Chi for 19 years and earned his Master of Science from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Topic: Chinese Medicine
Chinese medicine principles
Guest: Dr. Jingduan Yang, MD
5th generation expert in Chinese Medicine
Founder and Medical Director of Tao Integrative
What is Chinese Medicine?
How can this medicine help me?
How is it different from traditional allopathic medicine?
What therapies are used?
How can I find a practitioner?
What are patent medicines? Herbs? Acupuncture?
All health concerns can respond to Chinese medicine no matter what the stage or no matter what the other therapies you are currently doing. Take the challenge! Learn more about this medicine and how it can help you.
For more information about Dr. Yang, visit: www.taointegrativemedicine.com
If you need more help with your health over the age of 50, visit: www.drjeanettegallagher.com and become a member of the private health group.
Ruth Lycke is a medically trained Nurse, Paramedic, Clinic Manager, Surgical Specialist, and Business Executive with over 34 years of experience. One of her areas of uniqueness is in her surviving a Pontine brain bleed in 2001 and becoming the first American stroke survivor to seek and receive treatment utilizing Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in 2004. That event shaped her life and she spent the next 7 years devoted to bringing stroke survivors to China for treatment, where she now resides and has a thriving Chinese business. It is with this same drive and determination that she has taken on building the first ever Brain Industry Park. www.brainindustrypark.com
This show is a gathering place for anyone seeking recovery from the challenges of life on life's terms. I introduce topics, and survivor's share their experience, strength and hope. We discuss useful tools that have helped us lighten the load, of our journey through recovery.
More will be revealed! Tune in, stop in and call in. This is a "we" recovery program, because it is in the "we," that we find the new "me."
We focus on the four A's of Recovery...Awareness, Acceptance, Action and Adaptation. This is a place for survivor's striving to become thrivers. :)
Some nights we will have a featured guest, and others we will introduce a topic of recovery, encouraging callers to join us in the discussion. The second part of the show is Open Mic and some great Indy Music, sure to inspire!
Host is Kim Justus, author of In a Flash: Miracles Here and Beyond found at www.inaflash.org & "Like" at www.facebook.com/inaflash.org
How can Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) be used to treat infertility. Can acupuncture and TCM be used with western infertility medicine and in vitro fertilization (IVF)? Will the fertility medications you are taking interfere with the effectiveness of Traditional Chinese Medicine? Host Dawn Davenport interviewed Dr Angela C. Wu, author of Fertility Wisdom: How Traditional Chinese Medicine Can Help Overcome Infertility to get some of the answers.
Highlights of the show can be found here:
More Creating a Family resources on donor insemination can be found here.
Traditional Chinese Food As Medicine - A 5 part Series - Part 1
TCM is an ancient wide range of medicine practices for over 2,000 years. In this series, learning from Professor Drew DiVittorio, CWN presents the TCM concepts of using Food As Medicine for prevention and maintain good health
The 5 elements
The Earth Element: Digestive Health – Spleen plays a role
The Wood Element: Strengthening the Liver for Spring Cleaning
The Fire Element: Emotional & Spiritual Health – Heart
The Water Element: Building Essence Healthy Aging - bones
The Metal Element: Building The Jade Wind Screen/Colds and Flu - the lungs
The 4 body constitutions and combination
Food, Air, Water and Love – As we eat and drink and breathe and love, we always should be conscious of what we put in our body and utilize them as a mean of prevention.
I was given Dandelion to drink, there are 2 kinds of Dandelion, one local in US and one from China. Now Dandelion could also have some side effects with western medicine.
Know what you eat and drink! Be educated!
Hilary Topper ON AIR Special Guest: Ellen Schaplowsky, of Traditional Chinese Medicine World Foundation
Are you in the health and wellness industry and looking for better ways to treat your patients and clients? Tune in to this special edition of Hilary Topper On Air as Hilary speaks with Ellen Schaplowsky, Vice President, of Traditional Chinese Medicine World Foundation about the upcoming October conference in Chantilly Virginia entitled, " Building Bridges of Integration for Traditional Chinese Medicine" America’s premier educational event on true body–mind–spirit healing. The event is designed to help you discover the best of ancient Taoist philosophy with traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and its understanding of the role that Spirit and consciousness play in wellness and well-being. If you're looking to open your heart and mind to new ways of thinking, new ways of acting, new ways of being, join this vibrant community of healthcare professionals from various disciplines, on this unique healing experience in a learning environment that seeks to build a bridge that others can cross. Ellen will discuss how attendees of the event will learn more about the holistic wisdom of a unique system that has successfully kept millions of people well for thousands of years.
What are Chinese herbs and how can they be used for health concerns? Can I purchase these locally or grow them in my back yard? Herbs are medicine; they should be used by knowledgeable professionals and respected for their medicinal properties. How can I find help to guide me to choose the right herbal formula? Do you have issues with hormones, heart, kidney, cancer, skin and digestion and have you been looking for answers? Have ginkgo, asparagus, reishi, or cordyceps been on your radar?
Dr. Tsu-Tsair Chi, PhD, NMD is an expert in Chinese herbal formulas for health and he will be sharing information from his book Dr. Chi's Herbal Formulas in its second edition. His PhD is in biochemistry and he is a certified Naturopath. Dr. Chi has published over 30 articles and given over 200 lectures in various countries on his unique herbal formulas.
If you want to know more about Chinese herbs, Dr. Chi is the expert. He offers consultations to help you with health concerns, visit his website for more information: www.chi-health.com
Chinese Medicine has become a well-known support for fertlity, even as fertility technology has advanced with procedures like IVF, ICSI and egg donation. Today we'll learn how ancient medicine can support new technology.
For well over a decade, Dr. Lee Hullender Rubin has been helping women and men build their families. As a doctor of acupuncture and oriental medicine specializing in fertility treatment, she uses acupuncture, Chinese herbs, diet and lifestyle counseling, and some basic supplements to support her patients to achieve their family building goals, depending the needs and preferences of the patients.
She works alongside fertility doctors during high tech fertility treatments or provides natural fertility treatments. Dr. Hullender Rubin is also a researcher, so she casts are critical eye on how treatments help, and which treatments provide the greatest benefit to her fertility patients.
As our guest today on Sperm Meets Egg, she will present to us the research and statistics on:
Rates of infertlity
Rates of IVF success
What can cause IVF to fail
Research on efficacy of acupuncture with IVF
Risks and benefits of acupuncture
Please tune in! Learn more about Dr. Lee Hullender Rubin and her clinic, Portland Acupuncture Studio, here.
Dr. Rubin's twitter feed
Portland Acupuncture Studio's facebook page
To learn more about your host, Bridgit Danner, and her online functional medicine practice for women, please visit BridgitDanner.com.
Look out for our next episode in two weeks on coping with grief, nosy relatives over the holidays!
Tim Lilly was born in Washington D.C. on January 16th, 1965. At the age of 3 his family moved from Virginia to Taiwan while his father served in Vietnam as the Director of Air Operations for Air America in Military Region 2 based in Nha Trang. In 1973 the Paris Peace accord was signed thus ending American involvement in the war and Vietnam was declared safe for U.S. Dependants, subsequently; he and his family relocated there shortly after the treaty was signed. On April 1st, 1975 Tim and his family left Vietnam just before Saigon fell to the North Vietnamese Army on April 30th. They had visited Hawaii several times on vacation and decided to make that their home. His father started a real estate business where Tim began to work at the age of 14. He eventually came to run the company in 2005 but it was decimated by the Great Recession of 2008 and closed its doors on June 30th, 2009. Tim Lilly has been a lifetime martial artist and speaks Mandarin due to his living in Taiwan at such a young age. He is now exploring a career in acting, martial arts stunt work, and is now an author. His first work of fiction; "Wode Susu-My Uncle-A Story Of The Chinese Mafia", is a ground breaking look into the inner workings of the most secretive criminal organization the world has ever known.
Also on Hammer 96.7, special fx horror king, Ward Benoit---
Ward Benoit has been in this business for a little over 3 years!! In that time he has been in or worked on 6 local feature films (Creeping Crawling, Little Bi Peep, Cryptid, Future Stakes, Dead Burger and Dr Acid Face) 3 short films (Fresh Meat, Home, Invisible Guest) 3 webseries (The May Files, The Monster of the Week, Super Knocked Up) & 5 music videos!! Ward is proud of his accomplishments and in between films he has been doing some photo shoots! He's done The Butcher Shop, Terminator vs Zombies, Santas Slay, and the latest one called "The Shoot"!
Welcome to a special edition of Dimension of Life Holistic Healing. Thank you for joining and listening to a special edition of Dimension of Life Holistic Healing. This episode is pre-recorded live at Samford University, McWhorter School of Pharmacy, located in Birmingham Alabama
In today’s segment we are featuring delegates from Beijing China to discuss Traditional Chinese Medicine.Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) originated in ancient China and has evolved over thousands of years. TCM practitioners use herbs and other methods to treat a wide range of conditions. In the United States, however TCM is considered part of complementary and alternative medicine.
Guest panel include Dr. SHI Renbin, PhD, Professor and Associate Dean, School of Chinese Pharmacy, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, Beijing, China; Dr ZHANG Shiping, Hong Kong Baptist University, Associate Professor, Teaching Division School of Chinese Medicine Expert in Acupuncture and Neuro science; and Dr. LEE Myung Koo Professor/director, Research Center for Bioresource and Health, Cheongju, Korea
This is a change from the original idea of this show. With all the lies and distortions being told the people by our government, and the media that they bed down with, we need to have another way to learn the truth. And well all know that if the truth gets told, the tellers get castigated for it. But the truth must be told Doesn't it? Join us for our first show on our new Network, the Traditional American Patriot Network or TAPN for short.
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