Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine

Qi Gong


Qi Gong is a Chinese method of exercise and mental focusing achieved through a series of movements and meditations. Qi Gong is relatively unknown in the West because it has been practised largely by closed orders in China for thousands of years.

It is more than just therapy.

It offers an opportunity to those willing to study it conscientiously to enjoy better health and increased energy. Its increasing use in recent years in China is producing remarkable results in improved healthcare. Its dedicated study will result in a reduced need for clinical healthcare of all kinds and as such it represents a good investment in time and money.
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Qi Gong for cancer
This is a special version of Qi Gong for those diagnosed with cancer and is still widely used in China. It is known to have significant beneficial results. It can counteract the side effects of both chemotherapy and radiotherapy and has been found to encourage self help, encouraging the inner powers of recovery of the body. Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine
The Dr Bisong Guo method
Dr Bisong Guo was born in China and is a doctor of Western Medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). She graduated from Fu Zhou Medical School in 1974 and specialised in Orthopaedics. She started to learn TCM a few years later, subsequently graduating from Beijing College of Traditional Chinese Medicine; she worked as an acupuncture doctor in two Beijing hospitals for ten years. She soon became involved in the study of Qi Gong and trained with five masters of different disciplines.

Dr Guo has been practicing Qi Gong and Acupuncture-Moxibustion for more that 25 years. She has made an extensive study of Qi Gong with Daoist monks and Buddhist Qi Gong Masters. In 1989 she left China to take up an invitation to practice in Newcastle. She now works in London, using Qi Gong and Acupuncture-Moxibustion to treat various diseases.

She has written a number of Qi Gong reference works. Her first book explaining in easily understood language the basis of healthy living in Traditional Chinese terms, "Listen to your body" was published last year. Dr Bisong Guo is one of few experts in the UK teaching this method. Since 1989 she has treated more that 5000 patients. She travels widely, teaching Qi Gong in the UK, continental Europe and the United States.
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Case Study
George was diagnosed with prostate cancer in June 2001. As the cancer had started to involve the lymph nodes, it was not possible to operate. He started to take Chinese herbal medicine almost at the same time as starting the usual hormone based western medication.

In August 2001 George commenced a special training programme in Qi Gong for those diagnosed with cancer and has continued ever since. His blood test results have been well within the normal ranges from a month after Qi Gong training to present day.

In December 2002 following negotiation with his oncologist, he discontinued all western medication. He has, however, continued Qi Gong and Chinese herbal medicine.
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