[03/07/2021] Hello Dr Ye, Thanks for the nice course and all the useful information. I like your style of teaching and would love to learn from you again. As someone who has never had any education on herbs ever, I would have wished for more practical information, for example on dosage to suggest in each case and why, what times in the day they should be taken and why, are they found in pills, capsules, tablets, raw etc., what the differences are and so on and so forth. Apart from that, though, I honestly enjoyed it and I also found it very useful for my acupuncture practice either way, so thanks very much again. Vassilikos
[03/07/2021] Dear Prof Liu Zhong Ye, Thank you for your excellent CPD course on the clinical application on patent herbs based on 8 principle differentiation. As a non herbalist, this course has provided the relevant knowledge but with a much deeper clinical interpretations based on a more structured and complex diagnostic system. Furthermore, invaluable various clinical case studies and many personal diagnostic tips were shared from professor Ye. This will enable me to provide some alternative herbal advice to my patients for years to come. This course I am sure, will allow me to use in my clinic tomorrow to improve my patient outcomes and grow my skills exponentially. Many thanks again, God bless. Dr Mark 🙏🙇♂️❤️
Dr Ye, i highly recommend this course, clear explanation, easy to understand. Thank you Dr Ye for your efforts. Keep me posted for your next course. I wont hesitate to recommend to my colleague. Keep up the good work.👏👏👏 Sulaikha
[30/06/21, 08:26] Hey, thank you again for the course Dr Liuzhong Ye!!! I really enjoyed the course, it was easy to follow for someone who hasn’t done herbs before, and challenging and informative and concrete enough to start looking at that possibility at the clinic. I found his method of combining point palpation with “the normal tcm diagnosis” super interesting and beneficial really offering the opportunity to give individual treatment. Interactive teaching made learning fun! Mila
[30/06/21, 08:24]: This English version course is easy to understand for non-English speakers like me. I really appreciate that the course is highly beneficial for me in real clinical practice. 郑彩
[29/06, 19:57] I enjoyed the pace of this course and learning was solidified by lots of questions asked and forced you to think. This course is helpful for real life complex clinical work and takes the TCM work beyond the textbooks. I’m grateful for Dr Ye’s input and he is helpful throughout and afterwards for checking cases going forward as supervision. Excellent five stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Katherine
[27/06/21 17:34]: Dear Prof Dr. Liuzhog Ye I appreciate the course that has developed profound diagnosis. I feel that I have gained a new experience. It is a complete system of diagnosis, which is the principle of treating the patient, the rule that the therapist must pay the most attention to. New knowledge about the use of drugs in the treatment, if possible. You should be open to asking general questions about Chinese herbal medicine would be great. knowledge transfer Very efficient and worth registering. sincerely and thank you very much 🙏❤️🙏 Phinslim
Many thanks indeed and for your inspirational work, leading the way and helping me to advance my skills for the benefits of people’s health and wellbeing.
Really fantastic course, thank you for your kind patience and for the great and easy to follow structure. Chris’s contribution was very interesting as well and it will help me apply the approach of appropriate universally accepted measurement more often. I hope to see you again soon, online or in person if you are organising any future trainings and events.
Thank you so much for this and for the excellent training. It’s very practical and I’m able to apply it immediately and with ease.
Spent today on a very long zoom lecture with the fabulous Prof. Wang Tianjun, learning more about electro- acupuncture. We talked about treatments for conditions including Parkinsons, M.S. Stroke recovery, anxiety and pain.
Today i was so fortunate to have met online a legit mentor and internationally acclaimed acupuncturist who can clearly elaborate the science behind scalp-brain needling or neuroacupuncture. The distinguished Dr.Wang Tianjun has demonstrated an exemplenary presentation of this science based on his lifelong experience and implicable published studies.Thank you very much for benevolently sharing your knowledge. For just a span of an hour, you have opened my eyes to the simplicity of this evolving techniques and its wide range spectrum. I cannot wait to follow your work…
I tried to treat a patient with higher prolactin with dao qi on Du 16, after a week it was much less now. Before dao qi it was very difficult to reduce it.
A 17-year-old girl with stress and depression because of hard study for more than one year. Normal acupuncture treatment was not so good. After add dao qi on Du 16, she was much more relaxed in the school and could focus on study.
I treated patients of alcohol addiction with dao qi and it was great.
Dao qi, dose of needling, timing, spaces are ingenious combination
When insert before 20mm just normal local de qi sensation, about 30mm the numbness and warm feeling rising to top of head and comfortable.
Wonderful seminar day! Wonderful modern medical Chinese! Magic hands with Energy!