Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine

Acupuncture Application – Tung Style Advanced December 9-12, 2016

 

Dr. Wei-Chieh Young (a.k.a Wei Jie Yang)

Dr. Wei-Chieh Young is a direct-line disciple of Master Tung Ching-Chang, a great acupuncture master who developed well-known Tung style acupuncture. Dr. Young also received training of Chinese medicine from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine and obtained doctoral degree there. He has had more than 30 years of clinical and teaching experiences with more than 300,000 patient visits and authored 30 books on various aspects of Chinese medicine.

Dr. Young was an intelligent and diligent student of Master Tung’s. He developed many new techniques and theories based on Master Tung’s teaching and Chinese classic Nei Jiang. He applied his theories to explain Master Tung’s acupuncture technique. In 1975, Dr. Young published “Zhen Jiu Jing Wei” (The Longitude and Latitude of Acupuncture and Moxibustion), the first book ever documenting Master Tung’s points with expanded theories and clinical experiences. Master Tung highly commended the work and gave his encouragement.

After Master Tung passed away, Dr. Young continues the journey of dedicating in glorifying, broadening and heightening Chinese medicine and Master Tung’s Acupuncture. The theories developed and expanded by Dr. Young and his clinical experience he shared complete the Master Tung’s Acupuncture system. With his efforts, the effect and value of Master Tung’s Acupuncture is affirmed worldwide. It becomes a popular acupuncture technique, especially in Taiwan, China, Korea and the United States.

This course is one of the two courses given by Dr. Young in ATOM. The course objectives include

  • Tung’s Point: hand 11. and 22. points, foot 55. and 66. points
  • Five Shu (transportation) points ( Wu Shu Xue 五輸穴)
    1. Application on view point of location and time of Five Shu Points
    2. Application on philosophy of Jing-Luo and five body tissue of Five Shu Points
  • Five Shu (transportation) points
  1. According Five Shu Point theory to transform into “ One-Needle technique”
  2. Application on holographic view and Yi-Jing theory of Five Shu Points
  3. Young’s special experience on application of Five Shu Points
  • Theory of “ One-Needle Technique”
  • One Needle Technique and pain syndromes