Dr. Hu Xuehua
Experienced in five elements of traditional Chinese medicine
Hu Xuehua, female, graduated from Guiyang College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Master degree of TCM, licensed TCM doctor, senior attending physician. She has been the director of TCMOO Distance Training Program of China Beijing International Acupuncture Training Center (CBIATC), published "International Acupuncture Textbooks" and valuable papers on five elements of TCM.
Dr. Hu is experienced in TCM treatment of internal miscellaneous diseases, especially concentrates on rheumatism, osteoarthritis (spur), andrology diseases, gynecological diseases, various pain, infertile, etc. In early years, she learned five elements from Prof. Dai Yongsheng, the leading scholar of five elements in China, and studied pathogenesis transformation of kidney diseases based on five elements. In recent years, Dr. Hu learned acupuncture with Prof. Wang Hongcai, involved in acupuncture overseas education, set up TCMOO Distance Training Program of CBIATC successfully, and gave lectures for the foreign students.
Dr. Hu's clinic inherits academic thoughts of Prof. Dai Yongsheng, provides diagnosis and treatment services and online consultation for our customers.
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