International Jing Fang TCM Congress

7.- 10. September 2019 Bad Zurzach, Switzerland

Schedule

07.09.2019
9:00 – 9:15 Opening of the congress
9:15 – 10:00 Zurzach, place of St. Verena and place of baths Prof. Dr. Hans Rudolf Sennhauser
10:00 – 10:30 Tea/Coffee break  & photo
10:30 – 11:15 Living with Jing Fang in everyday life Prof. Dr. Huang Huang
11:15 – 12:00 The doctrine of Zhang Zhong Jing on the principle of life Lecturer Yi-Xuan Hu
12:00 – 14:00 Lunch break
14:00 – 15:00 Principles and rules for treating patients with chronic pain with Jing Fang Prof. Dr. Wan-Shan Hao
15:00 – 15:45 Jing Fang and Pain Lecturer Nadine Zäch + Therapist Rolf Roth
15:45 – 16:00 Tea/Coffee break
16:00 – 17:00 Emergency treatment of cardiovascular diseases and pain with Jing Fang and acupuncture Prof. Bing-Sheng Yuan
19:00 Gala dinner
08.09.2019
9:00 – 10:00 The difficulty in the medical treatment of critical illnesses Prof. Fang-bai Liu
10:00 – 10:45 European herbal plants for cardiovascular disease Dipl.Ing.ETH Jens Bomholt
10:45 – 11:00 Tea/Coffee break
11:00 – 11:45 Burnout, Science and Traditional Medicine Guestprof. Dr.med Gerhard Kögler
12:00 – 14:00 Lunch break
14:00 – 15:00 The Prevention & Treatment of Cancer with Jing Fang, Acupuncture & Life Enhancement Strategies Prof. Dr. De-Yuan Wang
15:00 – 15:45 Clinical case study: The immediate effect of acupuncture treating mammary fibroadenoma TCM Doctor Phd. Student Baden Soghatsang
15:45 – 16:00 Tea/Coffee break
16:00 – 17:00 Useful knowledge from ‘Life Cultivation’ for cancer and cardiovascular patients Lecturer De-Yi
09.09.2019
9:00 – 17:00 Further education course for Jingfang TCM – Living with Jing Fang in everyday life (Part. 1) Prof. Dr. Huang Huang
9:00 – 17:00 Further education course for Jingfang TCM – The doctrine of Zhang Zhong Jing on the principle of life Lecturer Yi-Xuan Hu
10.09.2019
9:00 – 17:00 Further education course for Jingfang TCM – Living with Jing Fang in everyday life (Part. 2) Prof. Dr. Huang Huang
9:00 – 17:00 Further education course for Jingfang TCM – Useful knowledge from ‘Life Cultivation’ for cancer and cardiovascular patients Lecturer De-Yi
Morning
Thinking of TCM health culture
12:00 - 14:00
Lunch break
19:00
Gala Dinner
Morning
Cardiovascular diseases
12:00 - 14:00
Lunch break
14:00 – 15:00 The Prevention & Treatment of Cancer with Jing Fang, Acupuncture & Life Enhancement Strategies Prof. Dr. De-Yuan Wang
15:00 – 15:45 Clinical case study: The immediate effect of acupuncture treating mammary fibroadenoma TCM Doctor Phd. Student Baden Soghatsang
15:45 – 16:00 Tea/Coffee break
16:00 – 17:00 Useful knowledge from ‘Life Cultivation’ for cancer and cardiovascular patients Lecturer De-Yi
9:00 - 17:00
Further education course for Jing Fang TCM
9:00 – 17:00 Further education course for Jingfang TCM – Living with Jing Fang in everyday life (Part. 1) Prof. Dr. Huang Huang
9:00 – 17:00 Further education course for Jingfang TCM – The doctrine of Zhang Zhong Jing on the principle of life Lecturer Yi-Xuan Hu
9:00 - 17:00
Further education course for Jing Fang TCM
9:00 – 17:00 Further education course for Jingfang TCM – Living with Jing Fang in everyday life (Part. 2) Prof. Dr. Huang Huang
9:00 – 17:00 Further education course for Jingfang TCM – Useful knowledge from ‘Life Cultivation’ for cancer and cardiovascular patients Lecturer De-Yi

Speakers

Prof. Dr. Huang Huang

Topic: Living with Jing Fang in everyday life

    Prof. Dr. Hans Rudolf Sennhauser

    Topic: Zurzach, place of St. Verena and place of baths

      Prof. Dr. Wan-Shan Hao

      Topic: Principles and rules for treating patients with chronic pain using Jing Fang

        Prof. Fang-Bai Liu

        Topic: The difficulty in the medical treatment of critical illnesses

          Lecturer Yi-Xuan Hu

          Topic: The doctrine of Zhang Zhong Jing on the principle of life

            Prof. Bing-Sheng Yuan

            Topic: Emergency treatment of cardiovascular diseases and pain using Jing Fang and acupuncture

              Dipl. Ing. ETH Jens Bomholt

              Topic: European herbal plants for cardiovascular disease

                Gustprof. Dr.med. Gerhard Kögler

                Topic: Burnout, Science and Traditional Medicine

                  Prof. Dr. De-Yuan Wang

                  Topic: The Prevention & Treatment of Cancer with Jing Fang, Acupuncture & Life Enhancement Strategies

                    TCM Doctor Phd. Student Baden Soghatsang

                    Clinical case study: The immediate effect of acupuncture treating mammary fibroadenoma

                      Lecturer De-Yi

                      Topic: Useful knowledge from 'Life Cultivation' for cancer and cardiovascular patients

                        Lecturer Nadine Zäch

                        Topic: Jing Fang and Pain (together with Therapist Rolf Roth)

                          Therapist Rolf Roth

                          Topic: Jing Fang and Pain (together with Lecturer Nadine Zäch)

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                            About Jing Fang Congress

                            Jing Fang is a perfect pattern. This structure unites the harmony between man and nature. Jing Fang was designed on the basis of He Tu Luo Shu diagram (natural law).
                            Each Jing Fang formula, which is uniquely designed, is reflected in the following points:

                            1. Jing Fang has a close connection to nature. This combination of natural power is a supplement and gives the patient exactly what they are missing and strengthens them in the healing process.
                            2. Jing Fang has the clinical perfection indications.
                            3. Jing Fang contains precise information about harvest time, use of the substances (roots, leaves, branches etc.), preparation, decoction, dosage, ingestion and the reaction of the body to the ingested decoction. Each Jing Fang formula is also tailored to the constitution types. It is a holistic perfected medicine in harmony between nature and man, a complete compendium.
                            Due to multimorbidity and multiple diseases, physicians are encouraged to provide holistic care and treatment to the patients. Jing Fang was invented thousands of years ago. Since then, acupuncture and the health culture have been applied for a better quality of life.

                            Switzerland’s current statistics show that cardiovascular diseases, pain and cancer are three of the most common diseases. They also cause the highest costs for the health insurance companies. Patients who suffer from these diseases are under a huge burden.

                            These main criteria were the deciding factors in choosing the topics for the Jing Fang TCM Congress for the benefit of the patients and to ease the cost for health insurance companies.

                            First and foremost, we convey the way of thinking from the perspective of TCM. We provide the knowledge on how to analyze diseases and develop a concept for treatment. These three disease patterns are clinical examples.

                            Each attendee will be immediately able to apply the learned knowledge about Jing Fang, special acupuncture techniques, health culture and to fully apply it in practice. Thus, better therapeutic effects can be achieved.

                            Benefits of Jing Fang
                            • Trusted & traditional formula from thousand years
                            • 100% herbal and natural
                            • Cost effective
                            • Long-time relief with no side effects
                            Swiss health expenditure by disease group (SÄZ 2018):

                            • Cardiovascular disease (15.6%)
                            • Musculoskeletal Diseases (13.4%)
                            • Mental disorders (10.6%)
                            • Urogenital, blood and hormonal - Diseases (6.8%)
                            • Diseases (6.8%)
                            • Oral diseases (6.1%)
                            • Cancer (6.0%)
                            • Diseases of the digestive tract (4.7%)

                            Therefore we choose these 3 following Topics Cardiovascular diseases, pain and cancer.

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