Topic: Migraine development and TCM treatment
Speaker: Fanyi Meng
Event date: Wednesday 1st March 2023
Time: 7:00-8:30pm (QLD), 8:00-9:30pm (NSW, ACT, VIC, TAS), 7:30-9:00pm (SA), 6:30-8:00pm (NT), 5:00-6:30pm (WA)
CPD: 1.5 points
Fee: AACMA Member $35 | AACMA Student Member FREE | Non Member $50
Benefit: Slides/lecture notes from the presenter will be provided. 6-months post event recording access till 1st September 2023.
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About The Presentation
Migraine is one of the conditions recommended by medical authorities to receive acupuncture treatment in the current practice. The pathology of migraine has been continuously advancing by adding new knowledge of the condition. According to the new understanding, new therapies are proposed and introduced in clinical practice. Those new treatments have changed the landscape of western medicine practice in pain control, but not made big impact on reducing the overall numbers of patients and improving their quality of life. TCM, particularly acupuncture, has demonstrated great effect in managing the condition and relieving the pain. And more specific acupuncture approaches have been clinical proven, different from those for headache in general. This session would provide a chance to update existing knowledge, and help to refine the clinical approaches in management of migraine with TCM acupuncture.
About The Presenter
Fanyi is the programme leader of BSc (Hons) Acupuncture course at Lincoln College operated with University of Lincoln and Open University in UK. He was educated at Beijing University of Chinese Medicine during 1978-1983 for his medical degree, and completed his medical doctor training and registration being doctor in both Chinese Medicine and Wester Medicine in 1988. He took further training and got his Medical Master degree in 1990. In 1993 he become a senior academic at Beijing University of Chinese Medicine in Diagnostic Department. In 2000 he joined the Chinese Medicine degree programme (BM) at Middlesex University as the clinic director and supervisor. In 2004, Fanyi took the role of leader in BSc (Hons) Complementary Medicine group (Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine) at University of Lincoln. He then moved to Lincoln College to lead the Acupuncture degree course.
Fanyi is also the vice president of Sub-Health Committee under World Federation of Chinese Societies, the UK QAA member, and Member of British Acupuncture Council.
Fanyi’s special interests in TCM are acupuncture for cancer sufferers, acupuncture for infertility and acupuncture for mental health.
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