the Introduction of Tuina Therapeutics
the Introduction of Tuina Therapeutics
    Tuina is a kind of external therapy of traditional Chinese medicine, which represents an important part of TCM. Traditional Chinese Tuina is frequently-used in clinical treatment, as the most representative treatment for familiar symptoms , as well as the “green therapy”of preventive treatment of TCM. Now it has been widely recognized and accepted.
  李征宇  Li Zheng-yu
  胡    军  Hu Jun
  肖    彬  Xiao Bin
  赵    毅  Zhao Yi
  姚    斐  Yao Fei
  周文新  Zhou Wen-xin
  张    静  Zhang Jing
  严隽陶  Yan Jun-tao
  房    敏  Fang Min
 Professors' Comments
Prof. Chen Ye-meng 陈业孟
New York College of Traditional
Chinese Medicine
Prof. Yang Ming-shan 杨明山
Shanghai University of T.C.M.
 Students' Comments
黄小嘉 from Malaysia, Grade 09
陈明豪 from Malaysia, Grade 09
陈江成 from Thailand, Grade 09
 Teaching Rounds
Teaching Video of Clinical Rounds
Cervical Spondylosis 1
Cervical Spondylosis 2
Teaching Rounds Competition
Teaching Rounds Competition 1
Teaching Rounds Competition 2
 Tuina Manipulation
Rolling Manipulation
 Teaching Video
Cervical Spondylopathy(1)
Cervical Spondylopathy(2)
 Inquiry Learning
Homework of Students
International Acupuncture Training Center
    China Shanghai International Acupuncture Training Center was established in 1975 at the request of the World Health Organization (WHO) and with the approval of the State Council.
    During the past 38 years, the center has provided Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine training for more than 10.000 international students from over 100 countries and regions.
2012 Shanghai Summer School
    2012 Shanghai Government Scholarship for International Students to join the Shanghai Summer School (3S)—Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Program was successfully held in the Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine from July 1 to July 28. There were altogether 21 students from 8 countries participated in this summer school. The program was characterized by several outstanding features including, distinctive themes, varied lectures, combination with TCM theories and clinical practices, more concerns about the students’ needs and advices.
Tai Ji Quan
    Tai Ji Quan is a major division of Chinese martial art. The traditional legend goes that the wise man Zhang Sanfeng of the Song Dynasty (960-1279) created Tai Ji Quan after he had witnessed a fight between a sparrow and a snake; while most people agreed that the modern Tai Ji Quan originated from Chen style Tai Ji Quan.
Five-Animal Exercises
    The Five-Animal Exercises created by Hua Tuo were a set of medical Qigong mainly characterized by imitating animals’ actions and expressions in order to prevent and cure illness and prolong life.
Eight-Section Brocade
    The Baduanjin is primarily designated as a form of medical qigong, meant to improve health. The Baduanjin as a whole is broken down into eight separate exercises, each focusing on a different physical area and qi meridian.