TCM Practitioner & Educator Talks About TCM Education
SAN FRANCISCO, July 28, 2023 (Newswire.com) - Since Traditional Chinese Medicine was recognized in the United States in the early 1970s, more and more people have accepted TCM and even have chosen to study TCM. Many still follow their tutors for clinical study even after graduating with their Ph.D. Most importantly, how do Americans delve into this ancient wisdom? And do they truly comprehend the authentic principles of TCM? Let's follow up with People's Daily Online West USA to explore "Traditional Chinese Medicine Inheritance in America."
Traditional Chinese Medicine has a history of more than 3,000 years. It pays attention to adjusting the balance from the inside of the body and relieves pain with techniques such as acupuncture, cupping, scraping, and massage. "When talking about inheritance or passing on the knowledge of Traditional Chinese Medicine, we should consider two groups of people. Number one is the professional practitioners, and the second is the general public," acupuncturist Moyee Siu said.
In California, a group of engineers who were once focused on high-tech endeavors has embarked on a path of profound learning in Traditional Chinese Medicine and explored ancient wisdom. After obtaining their licenses, graduates of Traditional Chinese Medicine universities do not immediately open clinics but yearn to glean insight from venerable masters and seek out renowned teachers to continue their studies in their clinics.
Meanwhile, an insatiable quest for the fountain of youth propels American women to seek the enigmatic secrets that promise eternal radiance. Their relentless pursuit leads them to Traditional Chinese Medicine, where they find solace, vitality, and the answers they seek.
Many people found that Traditional Chinese Medicine improves their health; moreover, it offers American women a chance to keep drinking from the fountain of youth. They use TCM to improve their skin, hair, and nails and feel more energetic and youthful.Contact Information:
Original Source: VIEWING CHINA FROM AFAR: Traditional Chinese Medicine Inheritance in America