Mei Wang

Mei Wang
Professor
College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

Personal Information

Activity

Currently Teaching (2013-2014)

  • HERBAL CLINICAL MEDICINE 2
  • HERBAL REVIEW & SYNTHESIS
  • MATERIA MEDICA 1
  • MATERIA MEDICA 2
  • TAI JI

I have a career in acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. My own experience has taught me that the holistic approach is the best way to treat chronic illnesses. I love the emphasis on prevention, balance and natural healing that is intrinsic to the Chinese medical art. I love the sophisticated and time-tested wisdom to be found in its teachings. Its clinical results are amazing. Chinese herbal medicines are the most essential component of this discipline - they can help cure or improve a great many heath issues without side effects and for this reason I specialize in herbal treatment.

I have been practicing Tai Ji and Qi Gong for nearly 25 years and I currently teach classes in these techniques. In addition to my teaching position, I practice acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine with a focus on allergies, women’s conditions and emotional disorders.

Education

  • CPR/AED certification, 2009
  • CPR/AED certification, 2011
  • NCCAOM Diplomate - Acupuncture,
  • NCCAOM Diplomate - Chinese Herbology,
  • Bachelor of Medicine - Henan College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1986
  • Master of Medicine - Henan College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1999
  • Doctor of Philosophy - Shangdong University, China, 2002

Publications

Textbooks:

Wang M, Du Y, Yang G. Cardiac and Respiratory Emergencies: Integrating Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine. Chinese Culture Press; 1999.

Zai L, Ma Y, Wang M. Treatment of Cardiac and Cerebral-Vascular Diseases: Integrating Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine. Henan Medical University Press; 1996.

Articles:

Wang M. Chinese herbal patent medicines for irritable bowel syndrome. Journal of Chinese Medicine. 2008 Oct:43-44.

Wang M, Yue J. The culture of the religion of Taoism and TCM. Henan Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Pharmacy. 2002 Jan:4-6.

Yue J, Wang M. Combination of cephalocentesis and TCM on acute cerebral hemorrhage. Chinese TCM Information Journal. 2000:55.

Yue J, Wang M. Observation of therapeutic effect of Tongmaiyutan capsule and Cytosine Diphospate-choline injection on patients with cerebrovascular ischemia. Henan Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Pharmacy. 1999.

Yue J, Wang M. Observation of Yiqihuoxue decoction on 37 patients with coronary angina pectoris. Chinese TCM Information Journal. 1998:45.

Wang M, Yue J, Zai L. Jianxinli oral liquid on 68 cases with congestive heart failure. Chinese Journal of Integrated Traditional and Western Medicine.1997 Oct:580.

Wang M, Yue J, Zai L. Clinical observation of Puenfu capsule on cerebrovascular ischemia. Chinese Journal of Practical Medicine. 1996 Dec:154-155.

Wang M, Zai L, Yue J. Observation of Goujuwendan decoction on 100 patients with hypertension. Central Plains Journal. 1996;23(5):13-14.

Wang M, Yue J, Zai L. Clinical observation of Puenfu capsule on ischemic cerebrovascular. Chinese Journal of Practical Medicine. 1996 Dec:54-155.

Zai L, Wang M, Yue J. Clinical observation of Huangqi injection on chronic congestive heart failure. Shanghai Medical & Pharmaceutical Journal. 1995 Nov:10-11.

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