http://www.cilentoescursioni.it/?kiskwa=forum-su-autopzionibinarie&ddc=1f Dr. Che-Chang Kuo studied Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and received complete clinical training of TCM in Taiwan. In 1999, he received a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree from the School of Post-Baccalaureate Chinese Medicine of Taiwan’s China Medical College and became a licensed Doctor of Chinese Medicine. He had received thorough trainings in both Western and Chinese medicines in China Medical College Hospital, Department of Chinese Medicine form 1999 to 2003.http://specialolympics.es/?erimeri=opciones-binarias-novatos&1da=f7
get link In his practice, Dr. Kuo makes use of insertion needles, direct and indirect moxabustion, auricular acupuncture, electroacupuncture, cupping, tuina, and Chinese herbs. He applies Traditional Chinese Medicine in – (1) pain control on lower back pain, muscle and joint pain, etc.; (2) immunomodulatory, such as allergic disease treatment and autoimmune disease; and (3) cancer adjuvant therapy; (4) autonomic nervous system disorders, such as sleep disorders and Palpitations; (5) reproductive system diseases including infertility.go site
http://rozenhout.nl/tag/notenhout/feed/ Dr. Che-Chang Kuo currently works as Director of Department of Chinese Medicine in Taiwan’s ST. Joseph Hospital. He is also a member of Kaohsiung Chinese Medical Doctors’ Association (http://www.khcma.com.tw) and the Nation Union of Chinese Medicine Doctors’ Association R.O.C (http://www.twtm.tw).
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