Please watch this video about the SMIC Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It was broadcast on Chinatown TV on IBC 13. Dr. Philip Tan-Gatue, Sister Liu Shengrong and Sister Juan Liu talk about the school and about acupuncture and Chinese medicine. In this video, you can get a brief glimpse of what Chinese medicine and
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Thanks to Buddy Cunanan for the wonderful chance to talk about acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. Presented here are YouTube videos of the show. Part two: Part Three
Courtesy Trisha Sanijon: The Philippine Academy of Acupuncture, Inc. (PAAI) is inviting you to attend its 6th Annual Scientific Convention on November 20, 2014 (Thursday) at the Lung Center Auditorium, Quezon City with the theme “Building Capacities for Good Acupuncture Practice.” The convention will feature updates and guidelines on the certification and accreditation process for
Obstructive Sleep Apnea Sleep apnea is a condition where the patient stops breathing while sleeping. Obstructive Sleep Apnea is the most common kind of sleep apnea. WebMD has the following explanation: Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) — also called obstructive sleep apnea syndrome — occurs when there are repeated episodes of complete or partial blockage of
Popping The Question The most common questions encountered by any acupuncturist are, in my experience: “Can acupuncture treat (fill in the blank) ?” “How many sessions will I need?” and inevitably, “Does acupuncture hurt?” The Biggest Lie in the History of Medicine People are afraid of sharp objects. That’s a given. Sharp objects might gouge
Video cameras have recorded Dr. Philip Tan-Gatue leaving Solar News Hostess Pat Fernandez black and blue. With cupping. Watch and see for yourselves! That’s two TV appearances in two weeks. Happy New Year!
When a massive earthquake hit our country hard last October 15, everyone was rightfully concerned about the availability of basic necessities such as food, water and shelter. Beyond that, medical care was obviously also needed. It should be noted, however, that the damage was more than just to property, public structures, and physical bodies. The
Dr. Philip Tan-Gatue appears on the show “Green Living” to talk about Chinese Medicine. Well, the second half of the show. Yes, this is several months late, but I only found the video now. Thanks JB!
Today’s blog entry has little to do with my getting stuck in traffic so near my destination, although that’s the situation that triggers the expression; most especially when nature calls. In this article’s case, though, I thought it a witty way to catch the audience’s attention towards how acupuncture points can be located so near
photo courtesy of http://lacnadine.wordpress.com/2013/04/24/how-tiny-is-an-acupuncture-needle/