主任相談員 王強
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主任相談員 王強

Dr. Wang Qiang, head of the Chinese medicine consultation clinic

主任相談員 王強 プロフィール紹介

Graduated from Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine, hired as a physician in the Internal Medicine Department at the Nanjing Municipal Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Became an apprentice under Professor Fu ZongHan, a renowned doctor of traditional Chinese medicine in China

Began studying at the Internal Medicine Lab at the Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine graduate school

Assigned to clinical internal medicine duties at the Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine hospital

Completed the Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine graduate program, earning a Doctor of Medicine

Certified as an attending physician at the Nanjing Municipal Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Appointed as a researcher to the Clinical Research Lab at the Nanjing Municipal Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Arrives in Japan as a visiting researcher for the Osaka City University Faculty of Medicine

Resigns as the visiting researcher for the Osaka City University Faculty of Medicine

Becomes a member of the Japan Society for Oriental Medicine

Appointed as a clinical professor by the Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine

Becomes head of the Brick Pharmacy Chinese Medicine Consultation Clinic (current post)

Also works as a lecturer and advisor to various pharmacies and hospitals

This inscription was presented to Dr. Wang, who was training at a hospital at the time, from Professor Fu ZongHan, a renowned doctor of traditional Chinese medicine and director of the Nanjing Municipal Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, under whom Dr. Wang studied as an apprentice. Professor Fu encourages Dr. Wang with a Chinese phrase that means "success in business is born from hard work".

Painting by Dr. Wang Qiang hung in the pharmacy (scene from Lake Tai in his home province of Jiangsu)

知ってほしい中国医学/王強 著
Key features of Chinese medicine that
make it different from Western medicine

・Human bodies are "microcosms" and should be treated holistically.
・Tap into the body's healing power with natural ingredients and natural methods.
・Respect individual differences and use the dialectic method.
・Use preventative treatments that improve the body's overall health.
・Mind and body are one. The two must be balanced.
・Humans are part of a larger system. Seasons, climate, environment, and habits must be taken into account.
Note: This book is currently out of print. Copies can be found in some public libraries.

〜Included in What You Need to Know About Chinese Medicine〜
■Chinese Medicine philosophies and treatment systems
Life force and the principle of the circulation of blood
The concept of zang-fu organs: Why do we get sick?
Focusing on the whole system: The dialectic method
Always create a clinical result
Go for proof
■Personal thoughts on liver disease
The "silent organ" that often suffers from delayed treatment
■Examples of dialectic treatment methods for chronic diseases
Asthma, bronchiectasis, gynecological problems
■Examples of dialectic treatment methods for intractable diseases
Cancer, ulcerative colitis, epilepsy
薬剤師向セミナー 漢方実践力向上講座DVD

In January and February of 2016, Dr. Wang Qiang held seminars throughout Honshu and Kyushu, from Sendai in the north to Hakata in the south, to help participants enhance their practical knowledge of Chinese medicine. There was an overwhelmingly positive response. This DVD shows the seminar held in Osaka, and includes useful information on everything from the basics to practical application. Dr. Wang makes use of his own clinical experience to explain the concepts in an exceptionally clear, straightforward manner.

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〜Included in Enhancing Your Practical Knowledge of Chinese Medicine (DVD)〜
■What is traditional Chinese medicine?
■What are the advantages of traditional Chinese medicine?
■What are the differences between the way Chinese medicine is practiced in Japan and China?
■Key features of traditional Chinese medicine
■Analysis of common illnesses and symptoms