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The Huangdi Neijing is the defining source text of Chinese medicine. Historically this text has been difficult to interpret due to issues of language, culture and history. Recent advances in text research have shed new light on the basic ideas of this seminal text. These ideas are poised to change the way Chinese medicine is understood and also have the potential to alter the way illness is understood and treated in Western medicine. This class will review the clinical theories of this text and explore how these ideas are put into practice in the care of patients.
Edward Neal, MD, LAc, is the founding director and a senior researcher at the Xinglin Institute, a multi-disciplinary research group that draws from the fields of academic Sinology, traditional Chinese medicine and Western medical research to identify classical treatment strategies that can be used to address a variety of global healthcare challenges. He is currently a Visiting Scholar at University of California Medical School in San Diego, California. He has been involved in CM research and education for over 20 years.