Chinese medicine has benefited from focused practice in many areas, notably gynaecology, paediatrics, and orthopaedics, but also dermatology.
Postnatal depression - by Steve Clavey
Over the years a number of people have contacted the editor looking for information on the Chinese treatment of post-natal depression. The question seems simple enough, straightforward; but simple questions do not always have simple answers.
Case history – menorrhagia - by Steven Clavey
A case illustrating the relationship between the "supply" and "expenditure" of blood, and the central role of the Spleen.
Practical paediatrics - by Helen Gordon
In a general paediatric clinic you will often be faced with a sick feverish child and a panic–stricken mother. As children rarely run a fever in accordance with their booked appointment time, you won’t have the luxury of time to consult the texts ...
Knowledge and discipline - by Wang Wen-Cheng
For centuries a primary mode for transmission of knowledge from generation to generation in Chinese medicine has been the teacher-disciple succession.
Wen Bing formulas for inflammatory skin disease - by Professor Qu Xing
Several Wen Bing Formulas, originally devised for treating externally contracted warm diseases, are useful and effective in treating many inflammatory skin conditions.