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TCM Dermatology

November 11 &12, 2023
  • Baifang Zhu

The course consists of four main parts:
1. Overview of TCM dermatology:
Systematic introduction of Syndrome differentiation and treatment characteristics of skin Disorders
2. Diagnosis and treatments of common skin diseases
vitiligo, Herpes zoster, Herpes simplex and skin fungal infections
3. Diagnosis and treatment of difficult skin diseases
Erythroderma and Chronic Lower Leg Ulcers
4. Introduction of Topical TCM Remedies for Skin Disorders with Hands-on Practice

Day 1:
1.Introduction of Syndrome differentiation and treatment characteristics of skin Disorders
1)Syndrome Differentiation according to
• location
• lesion
• symptom
2)Treatment Determination according to
• Syndrome Differentiation
• Disease stage
• Pattern Identification
• Western Diagnosis
2. Introduction of Topical TCM Remedies for Skin Disorders
3. Vitiligo—Clinical Characteristics and TCM Treatment
4. Herpes Zoster & Herpes Simplex—Clinical Characteristics and TCM Treatment
Day 2:
5. TCM Treatment Experiences on Common Fungal Skin disorders
• Tinea Corporis
• Tinea Manus & Pedis
• Tinea Versicolor
6. Introduction of a severe Skin Disorder: Erythroderma.
• The Clinical Characteristics
• TCM Treatment Experiences
7. TCM Treatment for Venous Stasis Ulcer
8. TCM Treatment for Chronic Lower Leg Pain
9.Introduction of Magic 5 Ointment (with Hands-on Practice)
Great remedy to remove skin moles, tags, warts and benign tumours.

  • Baifang ZhuBaifang Zhu graduated from Hunan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1987 with a BSc(Hons) and MSc of TCM. Was a TCM consultant, Dermatologist and Acupuncturist at the Teaching Hospital of Hunan University of TCM since 1987, also a senior lecture and deputy director at the Dermatology Dept. Was the Deputy Director of National Chinese-Western Medical Infectious Diseases Treatment Research Centre (China).

Shenzhou student: 15%
External TCM student 5%
(Limited places available for students)
Please see the payment and registration conditions for seminars in the registration form.

  • Zhong is requested
Dates & Time
November 11 &12, 2023
10 am – 17 pm (1 hour break)
Shenzhou Open University of TCM
Geldersekade 67, 1011 EK Amsterdam
Levels of experience
  • Acupuncturist, or final year student
Number of participants
The minimum number of participants required is 20.

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