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Aktuelles aus der chinesischen Medizin, z.B. zu Kinderwunschbehandlung, Schmerztherapie, Behandlung emotionaler Probleme u.a.

23.07.11, 08:17:47

Blutegel im Schauglas


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Einige Blutegel, elegant im Schauglas schwimmend....nur als Dekorationsobjekte, die am Patienten angesetzten Blutegel stammen aus besonderer Zucht und werden jeweils aus hygienischen Gründen nur 1x verwendet. Nach einem Vorgespräch/Untersuchung wird die notwendige Anzahl der Egel frisch bestellt - daher ist die Behandlung erst nach etwa 5-7 Tagen möglich. Ein notwendiger Zeitraum, wenn man beachtet, daß z.B. Medikamente wie ASS/Aspirin vorher abgesetzt werden sollten....

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23.07.11, 08:13:47

Chinese Medicine in Germany


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Lecture at the 3rd International Conference for Modernization of TCM, Chengdu 2011

Three decades ago in Germany and in Europe large parts of the population and doctors usually only knew acupuncture and not the other parts of the overall system of TCM. Since the 70s more and more patients have been treated with acupuncture. The range of literature - translated from Chinese and as secondary literature – grew and therefore the need and opportunities for special training and courses grew too. Since about 20 years Chinese herbs are available in larger quantities and good quality in Germany, so that the herbal therapy is now an integral part of the treatment options.

Indigenous medicine in Germany
In Germany there is a very long tradition of natural healing. This tradition has always been popular and widely accepted in large parts of the population as an addition to the established modern Western medicine. This includes in particular the indigenous herbal medicine, homeopathy and other methods of traditional medicine. At one third of the 36 medical universities in Germany it is possible to study homeopathy as an elective subject to the western medicine. Since 2003, natural remedies are part of the official teaching and examination material for prospective medical students. Natural healing methods are also used in many combinations and variations of the patients in the self-treatment without any professional prescription. In many therapeutic facilities they were prescribed for decades. About 50% of all chronically patients in Germany have experiences in alternative and complementary medicine. In acutely ill people, this ratio is 30%. These local natural healing traditions have also led to the development of specific legal structures in the practice of medicine in Germany. Thus, both western-trained doctors and naturopathic practitioners are accepted and registered as medical professionals. The economic importance of natural medicine can bee seen by the amount of money spent for herbs. For example, in the years 2003-2004: 5 billion Dollars were spent for herbal remedies in Western Europe. Germany annually consumes about 45,000 tons of medicinal plants and thus takes the leading position in Europe.

Practice of Chinese medicine in Germany
In the last decades mistrust and disliking of Western medicine grew in the German population. This was due to the many discovered side effects and increasing mechanization of modern scientific medicine. Naturopathic methods and resources are regarded as free of side effects and safe. Therefore Chinese medicine in Germany is very popular and demanded. The reason for this popularity is the high reputation of Chinese medicine, especially the long traditions of China and the great respect for the achievements of recent decades. Treatment with TCM is for many people an alternative to Western medicine. The most important reason for this acceptance is the comprehensive diagnostic and therapeutic system. But the philosophical background of Chinese medicine from Taoism, Confucianism and Buddhism seem particularly attractive too.
The effectiveness of acupuncture for pain disorders has been proved in extensive scientific studies with up to 500,000 participants by now. The acceptance of acupuncture is particularly good for functional disorders but also for psychosomatic disorders, immune system disorders, pain, male and female diseases.
About 1.5 million people per year in Germany have been treated by acupuncture. The average age of patients being treated by the methods of TCM decreased significantly in the last 20 years. For example in my clinics, the average patient is now 40 years old, at the beginning in the early 80 it was approximately 60 years.
Usually treatments in Germany take place in private clinics of doctors and medical practitioners as well as in more than 10 mostly private hospitals. An estimated 40,000 doctors and many of the 15,000 medical practitioners at least are treating occasionally with acupuncture. But less than 10% of these therapists are trained in the use of Chinese herbal medicine.
The cost of acupuncture is covered by the public health insurance for some pain diseases when they are treated by medical doctors. The private health insurances will refund the cost for treatment by a medical practitioner too. About 10% to15% of the population are members of a private insurance. Already 10 years ago 250 million Euro are spent per year for acupuncture.
Some figures from recent years:
Expenses in the entire field of TCM in Germany are around 3.2 billion euros. In Germany more than 500 tons of Chinese herbs processed per year
The practice of TCM as a legal profession is in Germany only allowed for Western-trained physicians and government certified medical practitioners. These naturopaths are trained mostly in private schools. Some areas of TCM, such as Tuina, Tai Chi and Medical Qigong can be practiced by physical therapists and lay people.

For the education and training of TCM there are no fixed legal requirements in Germany. Any doctor or therapist may treat with acupuncture, without having to undergo extensive training. Voluntary certification is done by the professional associations of doctors and medical practitioners. The recommended training duration in TCM, including acupuncture and herbal medicine consist of about 1000-1500 hours of lectures in theory and practice. Many universities offer less comprehensive courses for doctors in acupuncture and TCM. In recent years several cooperation agreements between Chinese and German universities have been arranged. The training is also carried by professional associations at conferences and conventions, such as at the TCM Congress in Rothenburg annual since 41 years, currently with about 1,200 participants. This congress is the largest of its kind in the Western world.

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Outlook
Chinese medicine is very well known and very popular in Germany. Both the practice of acupuncture and herbal therapy, however, require an extensive education and training. Necessary and essential for this purpose is an intensive connection of the therapists and the professional associations to Chinese universities. By this way TCM - like German natural healing traditions - will become an accepted and integral part of the medical health care.

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23.07.11, 08:03:48

Die Wandlungsphase Erde in der TCM - Philosophie und Psychologie


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Vortrag Basel/Schweiz, ASA-Kongress 2010
Die Turbulenzen des Lebens und die unablässigen Veränderungen und Wandlungen des Daseins verlangen stets ein stabiles und trotzdem offenes, ebenfalls wandlungsfähiges Zentrum als Ort des Halts und der Orientierung. In der alten chinesischen Medizinphilosophie ist dies die Wandlungsphase Erde- sowohl im Makrokosmos (Um-)Welt als auch im Mikrokosmos Mensch – der in seiner Subjektivität auch immer der Mittelpunkt seiner Welt ist.
Jede Wandlung und Veränderung in dieser Welt braucht einen Ursprung und hat die Erhaltung und Erweiterung des Festen und ursprünglichen Zustands als Folge. Diese Wandlung ist Dynamik und somit Qi, das zwischen Himmel und Erde entsteht. Es hält gewaltiges Potential für jegliche materielle und geistige Entwicklung des Lebens bereit. Leben ist Entwicklung, die sich sowohl synchron und als auch diachron in der Zeit um ein stabiles Zentrum herum aufbaut. Impulse materieller wie immaterieller Art werden ständig aufgenommen. Je nach aktuellem Bedarf werden diese dann entweder assimiliert oder eliminiert. Ein ständiger, unablässiger Vergleich findet zwischen Vorhandenem und Überflüssigem statt. Aus der Leere heraus erwachsen Bedürfnisse und Verlangen, die Triebfedern des Daseins. Fülle hingegen bewirkt Sattheit, Zufriedenheit und Stagnation.
Achtsamkeit und das Bewusstsein der Wertigkeit sind die wichtigsten Strategien für eine überlastete Wandlungsphase Erde im Menschen. Die Überforderung der Kapazitäten für die Assimilation von Energien vielfältigster Art aus der Um- und Mitwelt belasten Milz und Magen, führen zu Verdauungsstörungen auf materieller wie geistig-seelischer Ebene.






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25.07.10, 10:46:14

Kinderwunschbehandlungen - Überlegungen


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Einführender Vortrag zu einem 3-Tages-Seminar zur Kinderwunschbehandlung in der TCM/chinesischen Medizin mit Akupunktur und Kräutern. Grundlegende Gedanken zur Ethik, Problematik der Paarbeziehungen, IVF/ICSI, Inseminationen und die Begleitung der künstlichen Befruchtung in der TCM-Praxis von A.Noll in München und Berlin.
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25.07.10, 07:54:23

Die Konstitutionen in der chinesischen Medizin


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Erster Teil eines Workshops üder das Erkennen der Konstitutionstypen in der chinesichen Medizin. Die Systematik der 5 Wandlungsphasen gibt dem TCM-Therapeuten eine gute Möglichkeit, Menschentypen zu erkennen und so ganzheitlich zu behandeln. Neben der Pulsdiagnose und der Zungendiagnose ist die Diagnostik durch das genaue Betrachten von Körperbau, Mimik, Hautfarbe, Körperhaltung etc. integraler Bestandteil der TCM-Behandlung.

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