Gao Shu-zhong, National Famous Traditional Chinese Medicine Doctor, Qihuang Scholar, former president of Shandong University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, second-level professor, doctoral supervisor, current director of the Research Institute of New External Treatment Materials of Shandong University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, vice president of the Chinese Acupuncture Society, and Chairman of the External Treatment Methods and Technology Professional Committee of the Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies, Chairman of the Acupuncture and Medication Integration Professional Committee of the Chinese Acupuncture Society, Chairman of the Relations Working Committee of the World Federation of Acupuncture Societies, Honorary President of the Shandong Acupuncture Society, etc. He has published more than 100 papers and authored more than 20 academic works such as “One Needle Therapy” and “Encyclopedia of Traditional Chinese Medicine Umbilical Therapy”. He has edited national textbooks “Acupuncture Therapeutics” and “Acupuncture and Moxibustion Techniques”, etc., and presided over national key science and technology projects, national He has participated in more than 10 scientific research projects such as the Natural Science Foundation, presided over the formulation of national and international standards for cupping, and won more than 10 scientific and technological awards. Mainly engaged in the research on the classic theory and clinical application of acupuncture, the combined use of acupuncture and medicine, and the external treatment methods of traditional Chinese medicine, and proposed “Gao’s special points”, “one-needle therapy”, “Gao’s umbilical moxibustion”, etc.; clinically adopts the combination of acupuncture and herb, internal and external treatment. The treatment method has achieved good clinical results.
Topic: One-Needle Therapy
Based on TCM classics such as “Ling Shu”, this article introduces the clinical experience of one-needle therapy in treating headaches, neck, shoulder, waist, and leg pain, stomach pain, dysmenorrhea, joint sprains, and other time-related diseases.