Chinese Medicine and Daoist Phlosophy

Crashed three days in the row this week after work. I received a message while treating a patient today. The thankful and complimentary message. I receive these words everyday in my clinic. “ that ‘s why I am over working again “, I told my patient. Patients ‘ responding to the treatments are my motivations. […]

Qigong Practice

Last Friday during the treatment, I was chatting with a patient. “There are two jobs you have to be very ethics/virtue (德–in Chinese, pronounced De), teacher and doctor. Because it is very possible that if you mess them once, you could mess their whole life.” A person has to have the up-right Qi ( 正气–in […]

Philosophy of Chinese Medicine

I decide to teach Chinese Medicine on the professional level after my daughter goes to college a few years ago. All my readings about Chinese Medicine are Classic Chinese in these years, and I have enjoying this journey very much. My patients are very much enjoying my talks about the philosophy of Chinese Medicine, Daoist […]

Han Shi Acupuncture
Michael Hinton , Min Xiong, L.Ac.
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