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10th International Conference on Chinese Medicine, Ayurveda & Acupuncture

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On behalf of Chinese Medicine 2019 Organizing Committee, we cheerfully welcome needle therapy mastery, educators, established researchers, specialists, advisors, understudies and business agents to attend the 10th International Conference on Chinese Medicine, Ayurveda & Acupuncture which is to be hung on March 04-05, 2019, Berlin, Germany. The conference deliberations will be carried under the theme “Traditional Alternative Medicine; A way Forward to Better Therapy”.

The conference proceedings include symposiums and workshops, keynote speeches, plenary talks, poster sessions and panel discussion on latest research developments in the field of Traditional Chinese Medicine. TCM which involves inserting needles into the body at acupuncture points, acupuncture as an effective treatment for over forty medical problems, including allergies, respiratory conditions, gastrointestinal disorders, gynecological problems, nervous conditions and also has been used in the treatment of substance abuse and as relief for fatigue in cancer patients due to chemotherapy and other therapies.

Why to attend?

The use of TCM is widespread as it is being used effectively as an integrated treatment with fewer side effects than western medicine and is a potential alternative to pain medications or steroid treatments. This unique conference will offer a platform for Eastern Medicine to meet with Western medicine and will bring together researchers, practitioners, educators and other healthcare professionals, business delegates, students and young researchers all across the globe and shall serve as an opportunity to present and discuss recent advances in TCM research that have the potential to strengthen the base for its integration in health care to modernize the art of acupuncture.

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Target Audience:

TCM Faculty

Acupuncture faculty

Acupuncture practitioners

Tibetan Medicine Faculty

Korean Medicine Faculty

Mongolian Medicine Faculty


Folk Medicine Faculty

Oriental medicine faculty

Herbal practitioners


Therapists & Acupuncture counselors

Acupuncture students, scientists

Treatment, Healing Centres, and Rehabilitation Houses

Relevant Association and Societies

Medical colleges

Business professionals (Directors, presidents, CEO) from Acupuncture market


For Researchers and Faculty members:

· Speaker presentations

· Poster presentation

· Symposium hosting

· Workshop organizing

For Universities, Associations & Societies:

· Association partnering

· Collaboration proposals

· Academic partnering

· Group participation

For students and Research scholars:

· Poster competition

· Young Researcher Forum

· Student Attendee

· Group registrations

For Business Delegates:

· Speaker presentations

· Symposium hosting

· Book launch event

· Networking opportunities

· Audience participation

For product manufacturers:

· Exhibitor and Vendor Booths

· Sponsorship opportunities

· Product launch

· Workshop organization

· Scientific partnering

· Marketing and Networking with clients


Track 01: Traditional Chinese Medicine

Thousand years ago, ancient China gives birth to Traditional Chinese Medicine. It includes many Body & Mind practices, for example, Acupuncture, Tui-na (Chinese therapeutic massage), Moxibustion (burning an herb above the skin to apply heat to acupuncture points), Qigong (practices that combine specific movements or postures, coordinated breathing, and mental focus), Tai-chi, Chinese herbal medicine and Dietary therapy.

TCM is engrained in the olden thinking of Taoism and dates back more than 2,500 years. Some of the same practices also found in Easter and Southern countries such as Korea and Japan, In Japan, this treatment is known as Kempo. They are having the almost same system, but each has developed individual landscapes of its own.

Track 02: Acupuncture

Acupuncture is the technique whereby inserting thin needles through the skin physicians stimulate specific points on the body. It is one of the techniques used in TCM. According to results acupuncture helps to reduce many types of chronic pain such as Low-back pain, Neck pain, Osteoarthritis and more else. It also may give relax in the frequency of Tension, Headache and prevent Migraine headaches. It helps to promote the Natural self-healing process and improves the body functions.

Track 03: The Ayurveda: Eight Components

5,000 years ago, in the Vedic culture of India originated the system of natural healing which is known as Ayurveda. The word Ayurveda made up of two Sanskrit words which are Ayush meaning lifespan and Veda meaning knowledge. Ayurveda is not only practiced in India but has got a global accreditation. Tibetan medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine, and Early Greek medicine also involved in many concepts originally described in the classical Ayurvedic medical texts dating back several thousands of years

Track 04: Branches of Alternative Medicines

The Alternative medicines are the practice which is set forth as having the healing power of medicine, that which is not found by the evidence collected from the scientific method. Complementary and alternative medicines field is known as CAM. Diet-based therapies, Naturopathy, Ayurveda, Meditation, Hypnosis, Homeopathy, Acupuncture, Chiropractic, Herbalism, Yoga, Biofeedback, and Traditional Chinese medicine are the some of branches of alternative medicines.

Track 05: Chinese Herbology

Chinese Herbology is the traditional Chinese herbal therapy, which includes most of the treatment of various kinds of diseases in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). Researchers have shown that effectiveness of traditional Chinese herbal therapy is of poor quality with little or no rigorous sign of effectiveness. For centuries, Chinese herbs have been using in one way or the other to cure illness.

Chinese herbal extracts are herbal decoctions which have been compressed into a granular/powder form. Herbal extracts are easier and more convenient for patients to use. If we look at the industry extraction standard which is in the ratio 5:1, that means for every five pounds of raw materials, one pound of herbal extract is obtained.

Track 06: Folk Medicine

Folk medicine has existed for as long as life has existed on earth. It was developed by primitive men’s reactions to natural events. At that Magical Powers and witchery took an important role. They believe that the powers help to cure diseases. Therefore, the ancient societies ideas on disease and health have become folk culture. And because of this reason, practices related to this issue are the realm of anthropology, ethnology, and sociology, while technical analysis falls under the disciplines of medicine and pharmacology.

Track 07: Homeopathy

Homeopathy is a Germany medicine, which is practiced all over Europe, U.S.A, Australia and most parts of Asia, Middle and the Far East and India as well as. It especially works on many chronic diseases such as colds, allergies, auto-immune diseases, migraine, diseases of the joints, Muscles and Nerves, metabolic diseases, and many more.

Track 08: Unani Medicology

Unani medicine is the Perso-Arabic traditional medicine which has been practiced in India, South and Central Asia. The word ‘Yunani’ means "Greek" because the Perso-Arabic system of medicine was purely based on the teachings of the Greek physicians Galen and Hippocrates.

The origin of Unani medicine is still visible based on the 4 humors (systems) which are classified below:

1) Phlegm (Balgham)

2) Blood (Dam)

3) Yellow Bile (Safra)

4) Black Bile (Sauda)

Unani medicine states that management of any disease completely depends upon the diagnosis of disease. In the diagnosis of any disease, the basic concepts such as signs, symptoms, laboratory features and mizaj (temperament) are significant.

Track 09: Tibetan Medication

Traditional Tibetan medicine (Sowa-Rigpa medicine) is defined in simple terms as the old traditional medical system which practices complex techniques that are used for the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of illness. The techniques include pulse analysis and urinalysis which uses medicines composed of natural materials such as herbs and minerals, physical therapies which include the Tibetan acupuncture, moxibustion. This medical system is a combination of the Indian, Persian, Greek, the indigenous Tibetan, and ancient Traditional Chinese Medical systems.

The Four Tantras (Root Tantra, Exegetical Tantra, Instructional Tantra, Subsequent Tantra) are native Tibetan texts that are incorporated in various systems such as Indian, Chinese and Greco-Arab medical systems. The Four Tantras are the basis of Tibetan medical practice. It is the common name for the text of the Secret Tantra Instruction on the Eight Branches, the Immortality Elixir essence.

The Four Tantras (Root Tantra, Exegetical Tantra, Instructional Tantra, Subsequent Tantra) are native Tibetan texts that are incorporated in various systems such as Indian, Chinese and Greco-Arab medical systems. The Four Tantras are the basis of Tibetan medical practice. It is the common name for the text of the Secret Tantra Instruction on the Eight Branches, the Immortality Elixir essence.

Track 10: Mongolian Medicine

Many medical theories, techniques, shamanistic practices and medication of Traditional Tibetan Medicine gives birth to Traditional Mongolian Medicine. Although this medicine having its own unique mixed theoretical methodology and according to that animal body as a complete system which containing its own everlasting paradox.

The Mongolian medical system is a combination of some aspects of oriental medicine such as Ayurveda and Chinese medicine. This medicine depends on three fundamentals: observation, interrogation and pulse feeling. It also uses some methods like auscultation, olfaction, palpation and urine testing.

Track 11: Chinese Nutrition

Chinese use to eat the food which is healthy and satisfactory and it’s also bursting with flavors. They used to eat plentiful fruits, vegetables, and protein items. Rice is a crucial staple and used to eat at every meal. Although noodles, pancakes, pork, chicken, steamed bread, dumplings, eggs, fish, seafood are commonly eatable elements. The Nutrition Facts about the Traditional Chinese diet is its low fat, low in dairy products, high in complex carbohydrates and high in sodium.

Track 12: Acupuncture and Naturotherapy

Acupuncture is one of the types of alternative medicine. The process of acupuncture includes insertion of thin needles into the body. It is a fundamental component of TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine). We can say that acupuncture is a scientific belief called the pseudoscience. There are a variety of acupuncture theories that are based on various philosophies and techniques depending upon the diverse country division. This technique is mostly used as an analgesic (pain relief). Acupuncture is generally used in combination with other methods of treatment. Naturopathy can be defined as the health system that utilizes alternate therapies which helps the body heal. These therapies can range from lifestyle changes such as nutrition and exercise to homeopathy.

Track 13: Oriental Medicine

2,000 years ago, in history, the oldest continuous systems of medicine took place as an Oriental Medicine. Oriental Medicine includes through the Five Major Branches: Acupuncture, Oriental nutrition and Dietary therapy, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Tui-na or Oriental Bodywork, Tai-chi and Qi-gong which restores health and balance by treating illness and disease.

Track 14: Traditional Physical Therapy

Traditional Physical therapy (physiotherapy) is a therapy which promotes (mobility)movement and function with the help of mechanical force, kinesiology, exercise therapy and electrotherapy. It remediates impairments and promotes function, research, education, consultation, and administration. Physiotherapy can be provided as primary care treatment or alongside, or in conjunction with, other medical services. It is performed by physical therapists.

Track 15: Holistic Therapy: Body, Mind, Spirit & Soul.

Holistic Therapy is a form of healing therapy which includes the whole person that is the combination of body, mind, the spirit, and emotions, all for the wellbeing and optimal health of the person. According to this philosophy, optimal health can only be attained by having a proper balance in life.

The practitioners of Holistic Medicine firmly believe that a person is made up of different parts of the body which are interlinked or interdependent and hence if one part of the body is not in working condition, all the other parts of the body will be affected. So, if people have any disturbances in their physical, spiritual or emotional lives it leads to a problem in their overall health.

Track 16: Korean Medicine

Korean medicine is based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) but it has settled its own inimitable diagnostic and treatment structures. For example, Sa-am, Tae-guk, and Hand acupuncture are those acupuncture techniques which are not found in TCM. Authorities evaluate that TCM and TKM having 80-90% same trigger point with 10-20% unique Korean castigation. Traditional Korean Medicine considered one of the major benefits is Pain Management. According to followers of acupuncture and herbal medicine these treatments as safe, reliable and effective ways of eliminating pain.

Track 17: Traditional African Medicine

Traditional African Medicine is one of the type of alternative medicine which confidence that human body is pampered by physically, spiritually, morally and socially. When all these parts working properly, the body will be in good health. So, the illness is not only diagnosed as just physically, but could also be a spiritual, moral, or social disorder. Similarly, the treatment involves indigenous herbalism and African spirituality, typically involving diviners, midwives, and herbalists.


Monday 4th March
08:30-09:00 Registrations
09:00-09:30 Introduction
09:30-09:50 COFFEE BREAK
11:50-13:10 Talks On:
Traditional Chinese Medicine
Talks On:
Tui na ( Massage) Needling Techniques
Qi gong (Exercise) Japnese Acupuncture
Gua Sha Trigger Point Therapy
Hormonal Imbalance Auricular Acupuncture
Cupping Electro Therapy
Model of the Body Korean Hand Acupuncture
Holistic Acupuncture
Alternative Therapy
13:10-13:15 GROUP PHOTO
13:15-14:00 LUNCH BREAK
14:00-16:00 Talks On: The Ayurveda : Eight Components Talks On: Branches of Alternative Medicines
Principals & Terminology Ethnomedicine
Pulse Diagnosis Allopathic Medicine
Ayurvedic Acupressure Reflexology
Ayurvedic Drugs Reiki
Meditation & Yoga Naturopathy
16:00-16:20 COFFEE BREAK
MEETING HALL 01 (16:20-17:00) MEETING HALL 01 (17:00-18:00)
Young Researchers in Chinese
Medicine, Ayurveda & Acupuncture Workshop

Wednesday, 5th March 2019
10:30-10:50 COFFEE BREAK
10:50-12:50 Talks On: Unani Medicology Talks On: Tibetan Medication
Regimental Therapy Pulse Analysis
Mental Activity & Rest Urinalysis
The Four Systems: Phlegm, Blood, Yellow
Bile & Black Bile. Four Tantras
Surgery Music Therapy
Pharmecotherapy Siddha Medicine
12:50-13:35 LUNCH BREAK
13:35-15:55 Talks On: Acupuncture and Naturotherapy Talks On: Holistic Therapy: Body, Mind, Spirit &
Modern Medical Practices Aromatherapy
Nature Cures Acupressure
Traditional Neuropaths Chiropractic
Evidence-Based Practices Holistic Acupuncture
Herbalism Alternative Therapy
Massage Therapy
Talks On: Korean Medicine Talks On: Tibetan Medication
Sasang Constitutional Medicine Pulse Analysis
Moxibustion Urinalysis
Herbal Medicine Four Tantras
15:55-16:15 COFFEE BREAK
MEETING HALL 01 (16:15-17:00) MEETING HALL 01 (17:00-18:00)
Young Researchers in Chinese
Medicine, Ayurveda & Acupuncture Workshop

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