Dr Bin Wu
All the way from Ontario (Canada) Dr Wu, President of Ontario College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, will be giving a lecture in head massage invented by himself and deigned for anti-aging and hollistic healing therapy as well as a lecture in the treatment for insomnia. The lectures will be suitable for acupuncturists, massage therapists and osteopaths that treat these conditions.
|Name:||Wu Bin Jiang, Ben|
|Date of Birth:||Jan 12, 1957|
|Professional Titles:||Professor, Chief TCM Physician, R.TCMP, R.Ac, O.P(M.P.)|
|Language:||English, Mandarin, Hungarian, German|
|Address:||College: 7100 Warden Ave. Suite 1A,Markham, Ontario, Canada L3R 8B5
Clinic: 7130 Warden Ave. Suite 507, Markham, Ontario, Canada L3R 1S2
|Telephone:||College: (905)-477-8855 Clinic: (905) 604-8855|
|2012 May||Professor- The World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies|
|2011 May||Chief TCM Physician- The World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies|
|2004 －2008 June||Ph D. Chinese & Western Integrated Medicine – Hebei Medical University (Shijiazhuang, China)/ Henan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine(Zhengzhou, China)|
|1985 July－1988 July||Master Degree of Medicine in Acupuncture & Qigong – China Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine (Beijing, China).
– One of the 1st round of graduates, both in China and around
the world, to receive the Master’s Degree of Medicine in Qigong Program.
|1978 July－1983 July||Bachelor Degree of Traditional Chinese Medicine – Heilongjiang University of
Chinese Medicine (Harbin, China)
|The apprentice of Wang Xuetai, the celebrated professor in Acupuncture and former Chairman of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies, Jiao Guorui, the renowned professor in TCM and Qigong, Prof Lu Zhizheng, the well-known master of TCM; direct lineal descendant of Zhang Jin, the representative of TCM Acupuncture Intangible Culture Heritage of Humanity (authorized by UNESCO).|
|President – Ontario College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (Canada)
Vice President – World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies （WFCMS）
Executive Committee – The World Federation of Acupuncture and Moxibusstion Societies (WFAS)
|*||Professor for Ph D.’s Program – Henan University of TCM|
|*||Visiting Professor – Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine/Chengdu University of TCM /Jiangxi University of TCM|
|Founder & President – Wu’s Head Massage International Association|
|*||Executive Chairman – International Association of Acupuncture & Moxibustion Manipulation Technique|
|*||Chairman – Acupuncture – Moxibustion of TCM World Federation of Acupuncture-Moxibustion Societies
Chairman – Inheritance Base for Acupuncture – Moxibustion of TCM World Federation of Acupuncture-Moxibustion Societies Toronto, Canada
|*||Vice President – Educational Instruction Committee of World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies (WFCMS)|
|*||Vice-President – The University Cooperation Working Committee of the World Federation of Acupuncture & Moxibustion Societies (WFAS)|
|*||Executive Member – Standards Committee of WFAS|
|*||Judging Expert – NSFC (National Natural Science Foundation of China)
Department of Life Sciences, Division of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Judging Expert-Austrian Science Fund (FWF)/National Natural Science Foundation of China(NSFC)
|*||Vice Chairman – The Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture Association of Canada|
|*||Associate Editor – World Journal of Acupuncture and Moxibustion|
|*||Member of editorial board – World Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine|
|2000 – 2004||*||Clinical instructor – The Michener Institute for Applied Health Sciences, Acupuncture
|*||Clinical instructor – Mount Sinai Hospital, Wasser Pain Centre, Acupuncture Clinic|
|1994 Jun – 1998 May||*||TCM Doctor and Director – Vienna TCM Clinic, Austria|
|*||President – Chinese Traditional Health Maintains Medical Institution, Austrian|
|1993 Jan – 1994 May||*||TCM Doctor and Director – “Bio Hotel” in Obermillstatt, Austria|
|1990 Mar – 1992 Dec||*||TCM Doctor and Director – Budapest TCM/Acupuncture Clinic, Hungary|
|*||President – Hungarian Qi Gong Association|
|1988 Jul – 1990 Jan||*||Deputy Director – The Acupuncture Research Department of the Heilongjiang TCM
|*||Dean – The Qigong Research Department of Heilongjiang TCM Institute, China|
|1983 Jul – 1985 Jul||Doctor – Heilongjiang Dongling City Hospital/Emergency Department, China|
|1973 – 1977||Apprentice under the tutelage of uncle to remote counties in China|
|International Academic Convention :
|WFAS World Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine Conference 2014(Houston, USA)|
|1. 2016 Academic Conference of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies (Aukland, New Zealand)
2. 2015 WFAS Academic Conference of the World Federation of Acupuncture-Moxibustion Societies (Toronto, Canada)
|3. World Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine Conference (Houston, USA)||2014.11|
|4. WFAS 8th World Conference on Acupuncture (Sydney, Australia)
5. The Academic Forum of the first International TCM Manipulation (Jilin, China)
6. The 2nd World Chinese Medicine Education Forum (Beijing, China)
7. The 8th World Chinese Medicine Congress (London, England)
8. 2011 International Convention of Traditional Medicine & Manual Techniques (Toronto, Canada)
9. 2010 World Acupuncture Congress of WFAS (San Francisco, USA)
|10. 7th World Acupuncture Congress of WFAS (Strasbourg, France)||2009.11|
|11. 2009 International Convention of Traditional Medicine & Manual Techniques (Toronto, Canada)||2009.08|
|12. WHO Congress on Traditional Medicine, Satellite Symposium on Acupuncture and Human Health (Beijing. China)||2008.11|
|13. 2008 New York TCM Summit (New York. U.S.A)||2008.11|
|14. The 20th Anniversary & World Conference on Acupuncture and Moxibustion (Beijing, China)||2007.10|
|15. The 3rd International Congress of Traditional Medicine (Toronto, Canada)||2006.08|
|16. The 6th World Conference on Acupuncture and Moxibustion (Gold Coast, Australia)||2004.10|
|17. The 1st International Chinese Medicine Educational Congress (Beijing, China)||2002.11|
|18. Toronto International Traditional Chinese Medicine Conference (Toronto, Canada)||2000.10|
|19. The 2nd World Congress on Qi Gong, The 1st American Qi Gong Association Conference (San Francisco, USA)||1997.11|
|20. The 4th World Conference on Acupuncture & Moxibustion (new York, USA)||1996.09|
|21. International Conference on Society for Effective Affective Learning (Budapest, Hungary)||1996.05|
|22. The 3rd World Conference on Acupuncture & Moxibustion (Tokyo, Japan)||1993.07|
|23. Invitation from German Gertrud Gruber-Cosmetic Congress (Munich, German)||1993.04|
|24. The 2nd World Conference on Acupuncture and Moxibustion (Paris, France)||1992.12|
|25. The 1st World Conference on Traditional Rehabilitation Medicine and Medical Qi-Gong (Beijing, China)||1989.11|
|Academic Researches and Awards :|
| Since 1986, Dr. Wu has visited and trained students in countries like Japan, United States, Canada, Russia, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Iran, Taiwan and Yugoslavia. Especially in Austria, Hungary and Canada, the total number of student has reached almost one thousand.
Numerous written articles regarding TCM, acupuncture and Qigong were being published in different countries; also many academic papers were presented in some international medical symposiums and conference. The author of “Wu’s Head Massage” available in English, Hungarian and Chinese.
There are over two hundred fifty reports from different countries such as Japan, U.S.A., Germany, France, Austria, Hungary, China, Yugoslavia, and Canada that feature about him and his contribution through newspaper, magazine, journals, radio and television. Dr. Wu is also the associate editor of the Second publication of “Mandatory Classical Literature”.
Founded Wu’s Head Massage and promoted globally. In overseas it has gradually become a school of thought. Good experience in clinical research of acupuncture manipulation, Qigong, insomnia, uterine bleeding, infertility, physical and psychological dysfunctions. Recent years, the strategic development of oversea Chinese Medicine and overseas teaching and education of Chinese Medicine has been carried out to a great extent.
When immigrated to Canada since 1998, Dr. Bin Jiang Wu have devoted himself into the public and servicing the community for over 10 years. In 2001, Dr. Bin Jiang Wu and few other enthusiastic fellows together have founded New Canadian Community Center – NCCC (originally known as North Chinese Community Center). Previously serviced the Center as the Chairman from 2005 to 2009, and subsequently board of directors ever since the founding of the Center.
Since the founding of NCCC, the Center has provided series of valuable services particularly to seniors, children and new comers to Canada. Organized over 20 major community events, including the Celebration of the Canadian International Seniors Day (approved by the City of Toronto, held in September of every year for the past 9 years, and have been welcomed and received much attention from the three levels of government in Canada), the Spring Festival Gala, Jun 1st Children’s Day Track & Field Fun Game. There are currently 6 senior’s activity centers within areas of Toronto, Scarborough, North York, Vaughan, and Markham.
January 8, 2006, been selected as Canada’s top eight in 2005 “Outstanding Chinese Entrepreneurs”.
September 22, 2006, “The 3rd International Congress on Traditional Medicine” held in Toronto, “Wu’s Head Massage” was awarded the “Golden Cup Award”.
In November 2007, was hired as Vice-President Educational Instruction Committee of World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies (WFCMS).
In March 2008 appointed as Judging Expert by NSFC (National Natural Science Foundation of China) the Department of Life Sciences, Division of Traditional Chinese Medicine project assessment expert.
In November 2008 was hired as Vice-President of The University Cooperation Working Committee of the World Federation of Acupuncture & Moxibustion Societies members of Working Committee.
In January 2009 was invited to become the guest of cover story of Fortune Magazine founded monthly.
In August 2009 successfully organized “2009 International Chinese Traditional Medicine & Manual Technique” which is held in Toronto.
In November 2009 at the 7th World Acupuncture Congress of WFAS was elected as the Executive Members of WFAS & Executive Member of The Standards Committee of WFAS in Strasbourg Franc.
In December 2010, was invited as a guest to be the cover story of Weekly Fame Magazine.
In August 2011 successfully organized “2011 International Convention of Traditional Medicine” which is held in Toronto.
In September 2011 at the 8th World Congress of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine was elected as the Executive Director of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies in London, England.
In July 2012, Dr. Wu was hired as magazine editor of “Global Chinese Medicine”.
In July 2012 was invited as guest by “Chinese World”, CCTV.com.
In May 2013 at the WFAS 8th World Conference on Acupuncture was re-selected as the Executive Member by The World Federation of Acupuncture & Moxibustion Societies in Sydney.
In June 2014 was elected as the Chairman by the Acupuncture – Moxibustion of TCM World Federation of Acupuncture-Moxibustion Societies.
In September 2015 was appointed as the Chairman by Inheritance Base for Acupuncture – Moxibustion of TCM World Federation of Acupuncture Moxibustion Societies in Toronto, Canada.
In April 2016, organized “2016 First Canadian Conference on Continuing Education of Chinese Acupuncture and Moxibustion (Toronto)
In November 2016, was elected vice president of the World Federation of Traditional Chinese Medicine
|The International Cooperation and the raise of Graduate School Students|
|Since 2001 Ontario College of TCM has established the “sister school relation” with Henan University of TCM & Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine, cooperated raise the 24 Masters and 9 Doctoral graduate students. Following are the list of Masters / Doctoral degree graduated student’s papers under instruction by Prof Ben Wu.|
|No||Name||School year||Research Paper|
|1.||Zhan Zi Qiang||Masters Degree, 2001-2004||Clinical Research of Bell ’Palsy with Acupuncture and Moxibustion|
|2.||Mao Kokyun||Masters Degree, 2001-2004||The Clinical Research of 69 Cases Sciatica with Bloodletting Therapy|
|3.||Zhang Yiling||Masters Degree, 2001-2004||To Observe the Clinical Efficacy of Electric Acupuncture to Simple Obesity with Spleen-Stomach Excessive Heat Type|
|4.||Liu Jinhua||Masters Degree, 2004-2007||The Clinical Research on Eczema with Blood Letting Therapy|
|5.||Zhang Yuying||Masters Degree, 2004-2007||Clinical Research of 69 Cases of Treating Sciatica with “Tong Jing Jie Qi” Acupuncture Therapy|
|6.||Li Jiefei||Masters Degree, 2004-2007||Clinical study on Migraine by Acupuncture
|7.||Zhang Li||Masters Degree, 2004-2007||Clinical Study on Teenage Myopia by Zhao’s Acupuncture and Moxibustion
|8.||Yancy Chow||Masters Degree, 2004-2007||Study on English translation of the name of Acupuncture Manipulation Methods (Nian, Cuo, Jin, Tui, Sou, Bo)|
|9.||Linda Yang||Masters Degree, 2004-2007||Study on English translation of the name of Acupuncture Manipulation Methods (Chuai, Zhao, Xun, She, Yao, Pan)|
|10.||Jennifer Yang||Masters Degree, 2004-2007||Study on English translation of the name of Acupuncture Manipulation Methods (Dong, Tui, Chan, Nu, An, Men)|
|11.||Jason Wu||Masters Degree, 2004-2007||Study on English translation of the name of Acupuncture Manipulation Methods (Ti, Cha, Gua, Tan, Fei and Mo)|
|12.||Tommy Sung||Masters Degree, 2006-2009||46 Cases Clinical Observation Research of Acupuncture Drug Treatment|
|13.||David Liu||Ph. D Degree, 2006-2009||The Preliminary Study of Comparative and Analysis between Western anatomy Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncture|
|14.||Hank Lee||Ph. D degree on 2006-2009||The Preliminary Study of the Strength Before and After Training the Manipulation Technique in Acupuncture|
|15.||Zhang Qing Bin||Ph. D Degree, 2006-2009||The Practical Research of Professor Zhang Jin’s Academic Thought in Acupuncture Technique|
|16.||Wu Yuhui||Ph. D Degree, 2007-2010||Research on Professor Zhang Jin’s Acupuncture Manipulation Technique “TI”, “CHA”, “GUA”, “TAN”, “MO” translated into English|
|17.||Yancy Zhou||Ph. D Degree, 2007-2010||Research on Professor Zhang Jin’s Acupuncture Manipulation Technique “CUO”, “Jin”, “TUI”, “SOU”, “BO” translated into English|
|18.||Jennifer Yang||Ph. D Degree, 2007-2010||Research on Weight Loss Effect and principle of Chinese Herbs|
|19.||Zhou Zhang Shutang||Masters Degree, 2007-2010,||Research on Single Acupuncture Manipulation Technique “YÁO”, and Multiple Acupuncture Manipulation Techniques “BÁI HǓ YÁO TÓU“ and “QĪNG LONG BǍI WĚI“ translated into English|
|20||Yueyun Cai||Masters Degree, 2007-2010,||Comparison Clinical Studies of Post-op Knee Surgery Pain using Acupuncture, Tuina Acupuncture Point Therapy|
|21||Tong Li||Ph.D Degree, 2008-2011||Observation of The Success Rate When Using Acupuncture Treatment Combined with Traditional Chinese Medicine for Infertility Patients Going Through the IVF-ET Process|
|22||Jing Gao||Ph.D Degree, 2008-2011||Current Situation of TCM Education in The United States|
|23||Shicheng Chen||Ph. D Degree, 2008-2011||The Epidemiological Analysis to MCS and Research of Treatment With Acupuncture According to Five Zang Syndrome Differentiation Combined with Medicine To It|
|24||Liancheng Liu||Masters Degree, 2008-2011
|Clinical Studies of Canada 103 Cases of MVA (Motor Vehicle Accident) Whiplash Rehabilitation By Using Acupuncture, Tuina and External-Use Herbal|
|25||Fang Wang||Masters Degree, 2008-2011||Research of The Development Process of TCM/Acupuncture in Ontario, Canada|
|26||Pei Lin Chang||Masters Degree, 2008-2011||Single Manipulation Method on “Fei”, and Multiple Manipulation Methods on “Chi Feng Ying Yuan” and “Chang Gui Tan Xue” An English Interpretation|
|27||Risong Yang||Masters Degree, 2008-2011||Comparative Study of Myofascial Trigger Point and TCM Acupoint
|28||Yang Xia||Masters Degree, 2010-2013||The Report of 68 Clinical Case Studies in Fly Gone Gas Acupuncture Manipulation Method|
Miklos Andra Gervai
Ling Na Yu
|Masters Degree, 2011-2014
Masters Degree, 2013-2016
Masters Degree, 2013-2016
Masters Degree, 2013-2016
Masters Degree, 2013-2016
|Acupuncture Education in Canada
A Research of the Spreading & Development of Dr. Wu’s Head Massage (WHM) in Hungary
Research for the spread and development of TCM/Acupuncture in Hungary
Research on the use of TCM and Acupuncture within Integrative Medical Clinics in Ontario
Studies of the legislation for Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncture in Ontario Canada