As an additional contribution of the Pearl’s Seminar educational series, a new consultation service offered by Pearls commencing from beginning of 2017 is to provide consultative services for cancer management , diabetes and chronic nephritis by a panel of renowned specialists from Beijing. This service will involve a three-party collaboration of the professor, myself and the practitioner in the management of the many difficult-to-treat diseases such as cancer, diabetes and chronic nephritis and renal insufficiency. Dr. Greta Young of Pearls of Wisdom Chinese Medicine is happy to act as the conduit between any CM practitioners and the consulting professor from China by communicating with the practitioner to reach an initial diagnosis for the patients. Following that, Greta will submit the case history to, and discuss with the relevant professor who would perform further diagnostic analysis and then prescribe the herbal formula.
Pearls’ panel of TCM specialists are:
Professor Li Zhong 李忠 is a renowned TCM oncologist in the Oncology Department of the Beijing Dongzhimen Hospital. He is currently the Vice Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Professional Committee of China Gerontological Society of Tumour in Beijing. He dedicated his life long study and research in the treatment of many cancer diseases and is conversant with the most up to date development of cancer treatment in western medicine and TCM theory. He sees many cancer patients daily using Chinese medicine to treat many different types of cancers and particularly specializes in lung cancer,… Read more »
Professor Zhang Cang is a chief physician of the dermatology department of the Beijing Chinese Medicine Hospital since 1996 . He is renowned for the application of Jing Fang in the management of dermatological disorders such as Ezcema and Psoriasis . He is the author of a published article entitled “ Gui Zhi Tang group formulas in the treatment of chronic urticaria”. Professor Zhang Cang is available for online consultation via Pearls of Wisdom Chinese Medicine. The Beijing Chinese Medicine Hospital (also known as Kuan Jie Hospital) is the leading hospital for treatment of all types of skin… Read more »
Professor Xue Ju Fu is the disciple of Professor Zhu Chen Yu who was a renowned diabetes specialist. In 1986, with the support of Zhu Chen Yu the first integrated western and chinese medicine clinic was established which is now the current Beijing Xing Yuan Jin Fang Chinese Medicine Clinic in Shun Yi, Beijing. In 1998, Professor Xue pioneered the Beijing Qian Jin Diabetes Research Centre in Beijing aimed at continued research on diabetes. In January 2019, the Jing Fang College was established to promote continuous Chinese medicine education with Professor Xue as the dean and founder member.
Professor Zhou Dongmei 周东梅教授 of Shou Du Medical University, Kuan Jie Hospital in Beijing is currently a member of the Psoriasis Group of the Dermatology Branch of the Chinese Academy of Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine. Professor Zhou is the Chief physician of the Dermatology Department of the Beijing Chinese Medicine Hospital (also known as Kuan Jie Hospital), specialising in the treatment of psoriasis, eczema and contact dermatitis. Since her graduation in 1995, she has been engaged in both clinical and scientific research relating to dermatology. Thereafter, she studied… Read more »
Professor Peng Jian Zhong 彭建中教授 of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine has over 40 years of clinical experience in the management of acute and chronic kidney disease as as well as specialising in the treatment of many difficult-to-treat diseases by applying his in-depth knowledge of Chinese medicine classic theory (Shang Han Lun and Wen Bing Xue). He is the academic successor of the renowned Wen Bing specialist Professor Zhao Shao Qin who was a specialist in the treatment of chronic nephritis, Nephrotic syndrome and other kidney diseases such as renal failure and uremia.
Professor Ni Qing is the head of the Endocrine Department at the Guangan Men Hospital in Beijing specializing in the treatment of diabetes and related diabetic complications. Professor Ni received his doctoral degree in 2000 from the Chinese Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Beijing. His approach in the management of diabetes is to adopt the traditional Chinese medicine theory of pattern identification in the diagnosis of diabetes and subsequent treatment strategy. He advocates the unique approach by regulating yin and yang to reverse the impaired glucose tolerance of diabetic patient… Read more »
Professor Fu Yan Ling was awarded his PhD in Shang Han Lun by the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, where he studied under the supervision of the renowned Shang Han specialist Professor Liu Du Zhou. In 1991, he was nominated by the Chinese government Health Department as the official successor of Professor Liu Du Zhou, who was a revered icon and a foremost Shang Han Lun specialist in China. Professor Fu is a key member of Chinese Medicine Zhang Zhong Jing Research Association. Currently he is a supervisor of PhD and Masters students at the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine.
What is required:
The patient’s case history ; past and current treatments, a close image of tongue and pulse diagnosis.
Cost: A$100 (First consultation) ; follow-up consultation: A$80