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..
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.
Zhang H, 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.