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Dr. Qisheng Guan, L.Ac.OMD, MD. (China)

 

 

    Degree of Medicine

        Medical Degree (1984)

 

 

     Diploma Of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine

     Medical School Dipoma (1984)

 

 

     Professor of Chinese Medicine 

    Certificate of Professor of TCM

 By Tianjin Municipal Personnel Bureao 

                 (1997)  

 

 

     Family Photo 

Dr. Guan's Family,Santa Barbara (2003) 

 

 

 

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Dr Qisheng Guan started his medical education in Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1979. After five years medical school, he got a degree of medicine (MD). After graduation, Dr Guan continued two-year postgraduate study in advanced theory and application of Chinese medicine in Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and one year training in educational psychology and skills for teaching in Tianjin Teachers University, organized by Tianjin Municipal Educational Bureau.

 

Dr Guan has been dedicated for more than 30 years in the clinical practice and teaching of Chinese Medicine, and he is skilled in both Chinese herbal medicine and acupuncture. His specialties are: skin diseases, male and female infertility, pain management, sports and other traumatic injuries, hair loss, gynecological diseases, digestive and respiratory disorders, stroke recovery, Bell's Palsy, numbness, gallstones, urinary stones, gout, menopause, depression, stress management and body balance, etc.

 

With long term clinical practice, Dr Guan has been successfully treated many diseases. He practiced Chinese medicine and acupuncture extensively in China, Denmark of Europe, Botswana of Africa and United States. He was involved in clinical practice as well as teaching for Chinese undergraduates and foreign medical scholars in China, and his students are over the world, mostly doctors of different countries. He supervised a Chinese medicine clinic in Denmark, and Helped to set up an integrated clinic of Chinese medicine and western medicine in Botswana, where he developed herbal remedies RSP and AVP for the treatment of AIDS.

 

Dr Qisheng Guan was a professor of traditional Chinese medicine in Tianjin College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and the International College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Tianjin, China. He also taught in Beijing International Acupuncture Training Center in China Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine (1986-1988).

 

In Sep. 1999, Dr Qisheng Guan came to the United States with the invitation of one of his student in the US. After three months of stay in Three Rivers, a beautiful place in the mid-east of California, Dr. Guan was hired by Santa Barbara College of Oriental Medicine (SBCOM), as a professor and clinical supervisor, teaching many subjects such as Chinese medicine theories, acupuncture points, needling techniques, treatment of diseases, ancient Chinese medical classics, clinical diagnosis and evaluation, etc.

At present, Dr. Guan has active practices at Santa Barbara and Ventura.

 

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Personal Story

 

Dr Qisheng Guan was born on October, 1962, the year of tiger, in the southwest part of Shandong Province of China. He is the fifth of the seven children in the family. He loves nature, history, and collections.

 

After primary, secondary and high school education, Dr Guan was lucky enough to take the first national examination after the cultural revolution for entering colleges and universities. Guan was the luckiest 7% of the all the exam participants in the area to be enrolled in the high education institutions. That exam brought him to the best TCM University in China, even in the world: Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

 

Dr Guan attended a few international conferences of traditional Chinese Medicine and he published a series of thesis of acupuncture and herbal medicine in the TCM journals in China and the World Journal of Acupuncture-Moxibustion, a journal of WFAS (World Federation of Acupuncture-Moxibustion Societies).

Works:

Dr Guan wrote, translated, or co-authored nine books on Chinese acupuncture and herbal medicine:

 

Fundamentals of Acupuncture & Moxibustion (May, 1994),

Clinical Acupuncture & Moxibustion (Dec. 1996),

A Research into the Prescriptions and Syndromes in Treatise on Febrile Diseases Caused by Cold(May, 1995)

A Complete Work of Present Acupuncture & Moxibustion,

Chinese-English Chinese Traditional Medical Word-Ocean Dictionary,

A Comprehensive Chinese-English Dictionary of Traditional Chinese Medicine, (March, 1997)

Acupuncture and Moxibustion (Clinical Section) (1993, Japan)

A Chinese-English Dictionary of Acupuncture and Moxibustion (Jan. 1998)

Chinese Herbal Prescriptions (1998)

                                   

                     

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