Dr. Hui Zhang

Dr. Hui Zhang (Ph.D)
Jeffery H. Zhang
Ph.D of Chinese Medicine, Chengdu University of TCM, China Licensed Chinese Medicine Physician and Acupuncturist, China Lecturer of Chengdu University of TCM

1. Work Experience.

08/2017~ Akupunkturakademiet, Denmark, Full-time Lecturer and Supervisor.
10/2015~ Z’an Clinic (Chengdu), Part-time Physician and Acupuncturist.
10/2012~10/2017 Chengdu Xinlin Chuntang Clinic, Part-time Physician.
07/2012~ 07/2017 Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Full-time Teaching Faculty.
07/2012~07/2014 Sichuan Acupuncture School, Part-time Lecturer.
06/2011~06/2012 Sichuan Provincial Hospital of Chinese and Western Medicine, Residency Doctor.
06/2009-10/2010 Cancer Center, West China Hospital, Sichuan University, Intern.

2. Education and Training.

09/2014~06/2017 Ph.D Clinical Medicine (Psychology and Chinese Medicine), Chengdu University of TCM, China.
05/2016 Training Program: 1st Session of Expression Art Therapy Chengdu, China.
11/2015 Training Program: Service and Nursing in Elderly Nursing Houses, Guangxi, China.
09/2012 Training Program: Diagnosing Sleep Disorders, Beijing, China.
09/2009~07/2011 MA, Clinical Medicine (Cancer Treatment in Chinese Medicine), Chengdu University of TCM, China.
09/2004~ 07/2009 BA, Chinese Medicine, Chengdu University of TCM, China.

3. Specialties.

3.1 Pain Management with d: cervical spondylosis, sciatica, ankle sprain, sports injuries, lower back pain, frozen shoulder, gout, headache, toothache, stomachache, herpes zoster, dysmenorrhea, abdominal pain, sore throat, knee arthritis, hypochondriac neuralgia, post-surgery pain, etc..
3.2 Cancer Related Symptoms and Immunologic Disorders: side-events of chemotherapy-radiotherapy-surgery (vomiting, bad appetite, dry symptoms, fatigue, etc. ), improve QoL (quality of life) of late-stage cancer patients, abnormality of blood test, rheumatoid arthritis, sjogren syndrome, ptosis, vulvodynia, low-immunity,multiple sclerosis, etc..
3.3 Allergic and Dermatological Disorders: asthma, allergic rhinitis, acne, chloasma, eczema, urticaria, itching, psoriasis, solar dermatitis, neuro-dermatitis, etc..
3.4 Emotional Disorders: anxiety, depression, low-mood, fear, over-thinking, irritability, hyperactivity, etc..

4. Therapeutic Strategy and Methods.

Use the very traditional theory from Zhang Zhong Jing, the Saint of TCM, i.e. Six Phases (Taiyang, Yangming, Shaoyang, Taiyin, Shaoyin, and Jueyin) and Three Dimension Differentiation Structure (3DDS).
 
Dimension I: Disease (病, Bing)
Dimension II: Patterns (证型, Zheng Xing)
Dimension III: Key Symptoms (症状, Zheng Zhuang)
 
Dr. Zhang applies and the combination of diverse needling methods depending on the feature of a condition: acupuncture, arm acupressure, Master Tung’s Acupuncture, balance acupuncture, abdominal needling, pestle needles auricular acupuncture, herbal remedy, herbal moxa, Guasha, cupping, external use of herbal plaster and wine, Guasha, cupping, and herbal medicine, balancing emotion, five phases music therapy, Taichi Quan, Qigong, herbal tea, etc..
 
He follows the quote in Chinese Medicine that, “a good doctor always applies the external therapies.”
 
Evidence-based methods is also included in his practice.

5. Publication.

  1. Zhang H. Einführung in die Pingheng-Akupunktur (balance acupunctcture) als ergänzende Methode. Chinesische Medizin, 2016,3:162-163 (in German).
  2. Zhang XG, Zhang H, Liang X L, et al. Epigenetic mechanism of maternal post-traumatic stress disorder in delayed rat offspring development: dysregulation of methylation and gene expression[J]. Genetics and Molecular Research. 2016, 15(3), gmr.15039009.
  3. Zhang H. Introduction on Fu Xing Jue: Passages from Tang Ye Jing. Open Access Library Journal, 2016, 03(8):1-7.
  4. Zhang H, Zhang XG, Liang XL, et al. Introduction on the Emotion-Will Overcoming Therapy (EWOT): A Novel Alternative Approach of Psychological Treatment from Chinese Medicine[J]. Chinese Medicine, 2015, 6,75-82.
  5. XG Zhang, H Zhang, R Tan, et al., “Mechanism of Earthquake Simulation as a Prenatal Stressor Retarding Rat Offspring Development and Chinese Medicine Correcting the Retardation: Hormones and Gene-Expression Alteration,” Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, vol. 2012, Article ID 670362, 21 pages, 2012.
  6. XG Zhang, H Zhang, L Lin, et al. Genes underlying positive influence of prenatal environmental enrichment and negative influence of prenatal earthquake simulation and corrective influence of Chinese herbal medicine on rat offspring: irf7 and ninj2. African Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2014, 11(2):367-376.
  7. XG Zhang, H Zhang, DZ Peng, et al. Altered gene-expression profile in rat plasma and promoted body and brain development by environmental enrichment, African Journal of Biotechnology, 2013,12(20):3071-3082.
  8. XG Zhang, H Zhang, XL Liang, et al. Gynecology and gynecological nursing theories and practices in traditional Chinese medicine: Review on the ancient literatures. Chinese Medicine, 2011, 2,77-83.
  9. Tao Ma, Conge Tan, Hui Zhang, et al. Bridging the gap between traditional Chinese medicine and systems biology: the connection of Cold Syndrome and NEI network. Mol Biosyst, 2010, 6; 613 – 619.
  10. Zhang H, Tan CE, Wang HZ, et al. Study on the history of traditional Chinese medicine to treat diabetes. Eur J Integr Med, 2010; 2(1):41-46.
  11. Cong E. Tan, HJ Li, XG Zhang, H Zhang, et al. The Impact of the Wenchuan Earthquake on Birth Outcomes. PLoS ONE 4(12): e8200.
  12. H Zhang, JR ang, J Li, et al. Metallomics and Life Dynamics: The breakthrough of T.C.M. Trace Element Study. In: Xinjian Fan, Fanrong Liang ed. Selected Thesis of International TCM Psychology and Systems Bioinformatics, Singapore: Medicine Press of Singapore 2010, 3:295-298.
 
 
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