China News Online, September 22 (Chen Jing and Shen Li) Shanghai is an important place for the development of modern Chinese medicine, but some schools are on the verge of failure and loss due to various reasons, and urgently need protection and inheritance.
On the 22nd, the Shanghai School Acupuncture and Tuina Center was inaugurated on Nanjing Road in the downtown area of Shanghai, bringing together well-known Chinese medicine schools of "Xi's Acupuncture", "Lu's Acupuncture", "Yang's Acupuncture" and "Ding's Tuina".
Zuo Huanchen, former vice mayor of Shanghai and former vice chairman of the Shanghai Municipal Political Consultative Conference, and Xu Jianguang, president of Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, jointly unveiled the center.
Xu Jianguang hopes to take the inauguration of the Shanghai School of Acupuncture and Tuina Center as an opportunity to make the effective traditional Chinese medicine techniques and health care services better meet the needs of the people.
Xu Jianguang hopes that the effective traditional Chinese medicine techniques can better meet the needs of the people.
Photo courtesy of Yueyang Hospital
Haipai Acupuncture and Tuina Center is located in the Special Clinic of Famous Doctors on Qinghai Road, Yueyang Hospital. The predecessor was the Fifth Outpatient Department of Shanghai Municipal Public Medical Care founded in 1952.
At that time, the Shanghai Municipal People's Government assembled famous Chinese medicine experts to form the first Chinese medicine medical institution in Shanghai.
There are many schools of "Five Clinics", bringing together a large number of representative figures of "Shanghai School of Traditional Chinese Medicine".
In 1954 and 1956, the "Five Outpatient Clinics" sent dozens of TCM experts to the newly established TCM institutions in Shanghai and Beijing, and were therefore known as the "cradle of famous TCM doctors."
Zhou Jia, director of Yueyang Hospital, said in an interview that day that after the inauguration of the Shanghai Style Acupuncture and Tuina Center, it will strive to inherit the essence, maintain integrity, and create a distinctive brand of traditional Chinese medicine in the Nanjing Road Economic Circle, which will benefit the people including white-collar workers and international friends.
Zhou Jia hopes that in the future, the Shanghai School of Acupuncture and Tuina will develop into a medical center of acupuncture and massage at home and abroad.
It is reported that the Tuina Department of Yueyang Hospital is known as “the cradle of modern Chinese Tuina” and has benefited many patients with cervical spondylosis, frozen shoulder, chronic fatigue syndrome, pediatric torticollis, and infant diarrhea. The city government quality gold award team.
Zhou Jia revealed that the Shanghai School Acupuncture and Tuina Center will open lunch and night outpatient services to benefit more people's health in Shanghai and the Yangtze River Delta region, and make "Shanghai School Chinese Medicine" more contemporary and influential.
It is understood that previously, in 2009, the "Shanghai Modern Chinese Medicine School Clinical Inheritance Center" was established in the Qinghai Road Famous Doctor Special Clinic of Yueyang Hospital.
According to Zhou Jia, the dean of Yueyang Hospital, four batches of heirs have been trained, with a total of 137 person-times, collected and sorted out 8043 medical records of heirs, 4623 medical talks, and retained 3,500 cases of heir ointment and clinical experience. book.
On the same day, Hu Hongyi, deputy director of the Shanghai Municipal Health Commission and deputy director of the Shanghai Municipal Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine, hoped that Yueyang Hospital would actively explore innovative genre inheritance models and management mechanisms, focus on improving the academic inheritance capabilities of genres, carry out innovative research, and form a replicable clinical practice of traditional Chinese medicine. The inherited "Shanghai experience". (Finish)