04/29/2018 American Association of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture (AACMA)

CEU Classes Agenda


Time:04/29/2018  9am—6:00pm 

LocationThe Domain Hotel,1085 El Camino Real. Sunnyvale, CA 94087

8:30 am–9:00 am:  Registration

9:00 am1:00 pm: 

Speaker:  Dr. Andrew Qi Wu

Topic:  Tai-Chi Golden Ratio Acupuncture & Treatments for Difficult Diseases

1:00pm—2:00pm  Lunch


2:00pm- 6:00pm

Speaker:  Qian, Xinru MD

Topic:   The Importance of Knee Joint Biomechanics in Clinical Acupuncture and Interpretation of Classic Knee Acupoint Selection.

This class will offer 8 hours of CEU category I, CE application is in processing by California Acupuncture Board. Provider No: 238

Parking:  Free parking at street


Masters of Ceremony: Hua Dong, Ming zhou

Staff Crew:

Steff form Secretarial, Academic Department, Organization Department, Finance Department, General Affairs Department, English Department, Welfare Department, Publicity Department, Public Relations Department, Political Department and Medical Ethics Department of American Association of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture.


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Seminar Fee   Pre-registration On-site
AACMA Member $30 (with 2018 membership card) $30 (with valid 2018 membership card)
Student $25 (with valid ID) $50 (with valid ID)
Non—Member $180 $200


 (1) Pre-registration deadline is April 10t h, 2018,(2) Refund Policy: 80% prior to April 10th, 2018, none thereafter. (3) Please make your check payable to AACMA. (4) If you have not paid your 2018membership fee ($120) and PAC donation ($80), please pay them ASAP, or you can bring your checks (you must bring two checks to pay each separately) at the class to pay them on site. Please write your name and license number on your check. (5) We will provide handouts (Chinese and English) prior to the lecture and issue CE certificate after the lecture.

Contact email : aacmaus@gmail.com   Tel:415-981-8384

Sent form and checks: 777 Stockton St, Suite 105, San Francisco, CA 94108

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Speaker Profiles and Topics

 Dr. Andrew Qi Wu, graduated from Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1982, and got 4 doctoral degrees in oriental medicine from 1992 to 2006. He is a prestigious TCM practitioner and well-know scholar in San Francisco bay area. He has over 40 years of experience in TCM clinical practice; Published author of numerous books and articles including: “Yellow Emperor’s Cannon of Internal Medicine (English Translation)”, “Scalp Acupuncture in the New Cerebellum Area (Chinese)”, “Taiji Golden Ratio Acupuncture”, etc.; Extensive teaching and lecturing experience in ACTCM, ACCHS and FBU, etc.; Responsible for discoveries of new acupuncture points and treatment methods.

Topic: Tai-Chi Golden Ratio Acupuncture & Treatments for Difficult Diseases

Dr. Wu discovered that there’s a Solar Tai-Chi energy field formed by the interactive resonance between Earth and Sun, as well as the resonance effect between this Solar Tai-Chi energy field and human body’s inner Tai-Chi energy field. Moreover, there’re some similar structures and frequencies that always follow the golden ratio rule (1:0.6 to 0,7), and can be found on many aspects of human body. Such as the S curve on the spinal structure of vertebra, the S routes on neuronal signal transmission, the double helix structure of human DNA, and also the distributing rule of location of many important acupuncture points. He will help you realize the true meanings of “Human’s bio-rhythm is ruled by heaven and earth.” in the Classic Book of Yellow Emperor’s Internal Medicine, from the aspects of modern astronomy, and geography; Boost up your acupuncture healing power, to help patients get better result after your treatment.

Dr. Xinru Qian, is a Board certified Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) specialist physician since 2000 and a New York State Certified physician acupuncturist. Dr. Qian is currently an Attending Physician at NYU, Hospital for Joint Diseases, and New York-Presbyterian/Queens. She has also had her private practice in the field of PM&R, acupuncture, etc. for over 14 years. As a main instructor for The Physicians’ Medical Acupuncture Certificate Program at SUNY Downstate Medical Center, she was teaching medical acupuncture courses. She graduated from the Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1982 and from Graduate School of the Shanghai Medical University in 1988. She is the director of ATCMA Academic Committee of TCM Orthopedics and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R).

Topic: The Importance of Knee Joint Biomechanics in Clinical Acupuncture and Interpretation of Classic Knee Acupoint Selection.

The health of the knee joint structure and function are not only related to the knee joint itself, but also to the structure and function of other parts of the body. How to combine the biomechanical mechanism of knee joint in the clinical treatment of acupuncture is a key point worthy of attention. Classic acupoints for treating knee problems should have their specificity. How to choose acupoints, depth, frequency and other quantitative factors are also closely related with anatomy, physiology and biomechanics. How to develop a personalized treatment plan.