How Traditional Chinese Medicine Treats Osteoporosis – Free Public Seminar

Posted by on in July 2013, News

li_photo_cropped_2smProfessor Shaozhi Li presents a Free Public Seminar:

How Traditional Chinese Medicine Treats Osteoporosis

Tuesday July 9th, at 5-6pm.

FREE Food and Drinks included.

Please RSVP at 512.448.9999 or rsvp@thsu.edu

The Austin Acupuncture Clinic
1707 Fortview Rd.
Austin, TX 78704

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Shaozhi Li, Ph.D., Lic.Ac., PH.D.

DIRECTOR OF ACUPUNCTURE DEPARTMENT

PH.D., Hunan College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China
Master Degree of Medicine, Hunan College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China
Doctor of Medicine, Hunan College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China


A specialist in TCM diagnosis, Li has taught TCM for over 18 years in China, the U.S., and Russia. He served as Deputy Director at Hunan College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Visiting Scholar at Michigan State University, and Associate Chair at Hunan College in China. He has extensive clinical experience and numerous publications to his credit, including:

Chinese Therapeutic Methods of Acupoints, Theories of Chinese Medicine from Traditional to Modern, Teaching and Study of Diagnostics of Traditional Chinese Medicine, The Principles of Diagnosis and Treatment in Internal Medicine of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Traditional Diagnostics, Exercises of Diagnostics of Traditional Chinese Medicine, The Reference of Dignostics of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and Diagnosis and Differentiation of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Among Dr. Li’s research papers are:

On Diagnostic method of integrated diseases and symptoms of NanjiangTan Riqiang’s experience of treating fever, Primary observation of sphygmogram in the patients with heart-qi deficiency, and Observation on sphygmogram and cardiac output in coronary heart disease with heart-qi deficiency.

Li has been a faculty member at the University since 2001.

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