Wholelife Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture Center
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Dr. Quansheng Lu, CMD, PhD, is a licensed acupuncturist, specialist of Chinese medicine, and guest professor in China. He has 25 years of extensive academic, educational, and practical experience. With special PIN treatment system -personalized, integrated, and natural, Dr. Lu is performing professional, effective, and safe treatment with traditional Chinese medicine in
* Chronic and acute pains: arthritis, fibromyalgia, headache, joint and muscle pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, back pain and leg pain
* Allergies, rhinitis, asthma, and other respiratory problem
* Depression, anxiety, insomnia, and stress
* Hypertension and related heart diseases, diabetes, obesity, hyperlipemia
* Paralysis from stroke, injury, and Bell's palsy
* Gastrointestinal issues
* Nephritis, kidney stone
* Children's problems: hyperactivity, epilepsy
* Gynecological problems like infertility and PMS
* Cancer pain, and side effects of chemo and radiation therapy
* And many more physical, emotional and neurological issues.
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Quansheng Lu is a licensed acupuncturist in Maryland. He received his medical degree from Henan University of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) in China, and subsequently worked as a resident and attending physician of TCM at a general hospital in China for 8 years. During this period, thousands and thousands patients were recovered under his miraculous treatment with TCM. Given his outstanding contribution in TCM, Quansheng Lu was awarded the outstanding doctor from local public health department. In order to further explore the magical Chinese medicine, Quansheng Lu pursued his master degree in TCM at Beijing University of TCM.
Quansheng Lu continued to pursue his PhD in cardiology in Chinese and western integrated medicine at China academy of Chinese medical science and focused on exploring hypertension molecular mechanisms and looking for new anti-hypertensive natural herbs. His supervisor is professor Keji Chen, the president of Chinese association of integrated medicine, and academician of the Chinese academy of sciences. Acknowledging his excellent achievement in the field, Quansheng Lu was invited as a postdoctoral fellow in Georgetown University Medical Center and Children's National Medical Center.
Quansheng Lu is a holder of 3 patents of China, and has published 7 professional books on TCM. He also published about 30 peer-reviewed papers in the top journals in the field, and presented his scientific findings in the national and international meetings more than 30 times. His astounding findings have been reported and cited by important world media many times over. Due to his outstanding achievement in the field, Quansheng Lu was invited as a guest professor at a famous university of TCM in China and continues to teach and inspire today. Having 25 years of extensive academic, educational, and practical experience in TCM, Quansheng Lu is performing the professional, effective, and safe treatment with TCM.
Wholelife Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture Center is waiting for providing the professional traditional Chinese medicine service for your health.
Dr. Lu's Education/Experience
MD in TCM, Henan University of TCM, China
M.S. in TCM, Beijing University of TCM, China
PhD in integrated medicine, China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences
Fellowship, Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington DC
Children’s National Medical Center, Washington DC
Attending physician, Huaiying general hospital, Henan, China
Beijing University of TCM, Beijing
Xiyuan hospital, Beijing
25 years of academic, educational, and practical experience
Licensed acupuncturist of Maryland
Guest professor, Henan university of TCM, China
Outstanding doctor in China
Member, American society of hypertension (ASH)
Council member, heart board of China association of Chinese medicine
Editorial board member, international journal of integrated medicine
3 patents, including convenient insulin-injecting pump for diabetes patients
7 Books of TCM, including Neck and Shoulder Pains,
Cardio-Cerebro-vascular Disease in TCM
30 peer-reviewed papers, published in the top journals in the field
30 abstracts, presented in the international conferences
|Posted on 14 April, 2011 at 9:58||comments ()|
Before answering your questions, I want to introduce some background on kidney function in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) theory. Western medicine and TCM are two kinds of medicine system. In TCM theory, the kidney is vitally important, which is considered as the "foundation of prenatal life". The kidney's main physiological functions include storing essence of the body; dominating growth, development and reproduction; regulating water metabolism and receiving qi (meaning energy). Some factors, for example, excess masturbation (once or twice a week is normal if you don't feel too tired and uncomfortable), can damage the normal kidney function, resulting in pathological situations. For example, kidney yin deficiency symptoms include seminal emission, dizziness, tinnitus, back pain, lassitude, poor spirit, thin body, and so on; kidney yang deficiency symptoms, failure of the penis in erection, or weak erection,listlessness, soreness and weakness in lumbar and knees, aversion to cold, cold limbs, dysuria, or urination at night.
Right now let's go back to your questions. Excess masturbation certainly depletes kidney energy, and it also weakens parasympathetic nervous system.
In the thyroid, there are lots of sex hormone (SH) and sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG), which is related to the normal thyroid function. So hyper or hypo thyroidism can affect the levels of SH and SHBG, and sexual dysfunction. Abnormal SHBG can also result in thyroidism problems.
Many herbs and herb formulas can strengthen parasympathetic nervous system, treat thyroidism problems and increase SHBG level and activity. But I don't recommend that you use them by yourself for the safety and effectiveness reasons. Because we need first decide which type of kidney problem you have and then use the right herb formula, not single herb. In order to meet your interest, I give you some herbs for your try. Ginseng or fleeceflower root for parasympathetic nervous system, kelp for thyroidism problem, morinda root or eucommia bark for SHBG activity.
I hope this is helpful for you.
Feel free contact me.
CMD, PhD, L.Ac