Medical Curriculum Vitae

Professor Jerry Alan Johnson, Ph.D., D.T.C.M., D.M.Q. (China)

 

Left: 2006 - Elected Vice-President (United States Council Board Represenative) of the World Academic Society of Medical QigongRight: 2005 - Professor Johnson and the I.I.M.Q. Join the Academic Programs of the Henan University of T.C.M.

Left: 2006 – Elected Vice-President (United States Council Board Represenative) of the World Academic Societyof Medical Qigong
Right: 2005 – Professor Johnson and the I.I.M.Q. Join the Academic Programs of the Henan University of T.C.M.

 

EDUCATION

 

Professor Jerry Alan Johnson is appointed the official Oversees Director of the Henan T.C.M. University’s Medical Qigong College

2006 – 2011 Was Elected to the Post of Vice-President (U.S.A.) of the World Academic Society of Medical Qigong – Beijing, China (WASOMQ)

2006 – Was Elected to the Educational Competency of Academic and Clinical Standards for the World Academic Society of Medical Qigong – Beijing, China (WASOMQ)

2005 – 2012 – Professor and Director of the Henan T.C.M. University’s Overseas Medical Qigong College – Henan University of T.C.M., Henan, China

2005 – 2009 – External Advisory Committee – Traditional Chinese Medicine for Cancer Treatment – Department of Palliative Care and Rehabilitation Medicine, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas

Beijing Bureau of Professionals copy

Awarded Clinical Status as a Professor
of the Medical Qigong Clinic
Beijing Bureau of Professionals

2004 – 2009 – Director of Medical Qigong Clinic – Academy For Five Element Acupuncture, Inc., Hallandale, Florida.

2003-2008 – Clinical Status Elevated to Chief Doctor (Professor) – Beijing Bureau of Professionals – Beijing Western District Medical Qigong Science and Traditional Chinese Medicine Research Institute, Beijing, China

2003 – 2005 Dean of Medical Qigong Science – Academy For Five Element Acupuncture, Inc., Hallandale, Florida.

2000 – 2009 – Dean of Medical Qigong Science – Five Branches Institute, College and Clinic of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Santa Cruz, California.

2000 – 2009 – Director of Medical Qigong Clinic – Five Branches Institute, College and Clinic of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Santa Cruz, California.

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Left: Dean of the Medical Qigong Science Academy For Five Element Acupuncture
Center: Director of the Medical Qigong Clinic Five Branches Institute – College of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Right: Dean of the Medical Qigong Science Five Branches Institute – College of Traditional Chinese Medicine

1998-2003 Vice Chief Doctor (Associate Professor) – Beijing Bureau of Professionals – Beijing Western District Medical Qigong Science and Traditional Chinese Medicine Research Institute, Beijing, China

P.R.C.’S Ministry of Health • License of Academic Qualifications to Practice Chinese Medicine (Red) • License of Clinical Qualifications to Practice Chinese Medicine (Green)

P.R.C.’S Ministry of Health
• License of Academic Qualifications
to Practice Chinese Medicine (Red)
• License of Clinical Qualifications
to Practice Chinese Medicine (Green)

1995-1998 Clinical Director – Beijing Bureau of Professionals – Beijing Western District Medical Qigong Science and Traditional Chinese Medicine Research Institute, Beijing, China

1995 Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine (D.T.C.M.) – Ministry of Health, Peoples Republic of China, License of Clinical Qualifications to Practice Chinese Medicine, Beijing, China (Green Book)

1995 Doctorate in Medical Qigong Science and Philosophy (Ph.D.) – Ministry of Health, Peoples Republic of China, License of Academic Qualifications to Practice Chinese Medicine, Beijing, China (Red Book)

1995 Academic Professor Degree (PH.D.) Licensed to teach Medical Qigong Science and Philosophy – Beijing Western District Medical Qigong Science and Traditional Chinese Medicine Research Institute, Beijing, China

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Left to Right: Received Academic Professor Degree in Medical Qigong Science and Philosophy
Received my Graduate degree in Medical Qigong Therapy from the Hai Dian University College of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Received Clinical Doctor Degree in Medical Qigong and An Mo Therapy
Clinical Internship in Medical Qigong Therapy – the Medical Qigong Ward at the Xi Yuan Hospital – Beijing, China and
Clinical Internship in Tui Na Therapy – the Orthopedic Traumatology Ward at the Hu Guo Si Hospital – Beijing, China

1995 Doctorate Internship in Medical Qigong Science and An Mo Therapy – Beijing Peoples Hospital of Chaoyang District, Beijing Western District Medical Qigong Science and T.C.M. Research Institute, Beijing, China

1995 Doctorate Degree in Medical Qigong Therapy (D.M.Q.) – Medical Qigong College – Hai Dian University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Beijing, China

1993-1995 Medical Qigong Doctoral Internship Program – Xi Yuan Hospital – Western District, Beijing, China

1993-1995 Medical Qigong Masters Program – Medical Qigong College – Hai Dian University of Beijing, China

1993 Visceral Manipulation, Traumatology and Chinese Massage Program – (Orthopedic Traumatology Clinic), Hu Guo Si Hospital of T.C.M., Beijing, China

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Left: The Out-Patient Traumatology Ward at the Hu Guo Si Hospital – Beijing, China
Center: The Out-Patient Medical Qigong Ward at the Hai Dian T.C.M. University- Beijing
Right: The In-Patient Medical Qigong Ward at the Xi Yuan Hospital- Beijing, China

1993 Western Medical and Pharmaceutical Terminology – (The International Institute of Medical Qigong), Dr. Stefanie Taylor, Ph.D., M.D., Pacific Grove, California.

1992-1994 Tutorial Program in the Study of Psychology – (Relationship Behavioral Patterns), Dr. Cheatham, Carmel, California.

1990-1993 Advanced Traditional Chinese Medical Theory(Differential Diagnosis, Herbal Formulas, Homeopathy, Traumatology), Dr. Jason Gill, Pacific Grove, California.

1990-1993 Advanced Western Anatomy and Physiology – (Advanced Integrations of the Nervous/Vascular Systems, Endocrinology and Embryology), Dr. Lenore Jones, Pacific Grove, California.

1986-1988 Chiropractic Tutorial Program – (Advanced Western Anatomy and Physiology, Advanced Integrations of the Nervous/Vascular Systems, Endocrinology, Embryology and Visceral Manipulation), Dr. Tim M. Haun, Pacific Grove, California.

1986-1987 Medical Qigong Tutorial Program – (Advanced Chinese Energetic Therapy, Medical Qigong, Martial Qigong, Shengong and Traditional Chinese Medicine Clinical Modalities), Dr. John Fei, Los Angeles, California.

Acupuncturist Certificate-1981

Certificate of Mastery
Received after completing a 4,000 Hour Clinical Internship in Acupuncture, Herbs, Anmo, and Medical Qigong Therapy

1980-1981 Western Anatomy and Physiology – (Monterey Peninsula College), Dr. Robert Banes, Monterey, California.

1978-1981 Certificate of Mastery in Acupuncture and Herbology (C.Ac.) – This was a 30 month (4,000 hour) intense training program, with a young Buddhist Monk named Doctor Hyun Huh. We covered T.C.M. Theory and Clinical Application, Acupuncture (including various forms of Moxa, Cupping, and Needle Therapy), Medical Qigong Therapy (including various forms of Qi Emission Therapy and Prescription Exercises), Herbal Medicine, Traumatology, Tuina, and Anmo Massage Therapy. The clinic was called “Huh’s Acupuncture and Herbs,” and was located in Monterey, California, on Cass Street.

1976-1978 Traditional Chinese Medicine – (Acupressure, Medical Qigong, Herbal Medicine, Traumatology, Chinese Massage and T.C.M. Theory), Shifu (Master Instructor) Michael Alan Brown, Pacific Grove, California.

1972-1976 Traditional Chinese Medicine – (Acupressure, Medical Qigong, Herbal Medicine, Traumatology, Chinese Massage and T.C.M. Theory), Shifu (Master Instructor) John L. Staples, Seaside, Ca.

 

OTHER SKILLS/TRAINING

 

2004 The Treatment of Gynecological Problems – Kan Herb Company – Dr. Giovanni Maciocia, L.Ac., Santa Cruz, California.

2003 Traditional Chinese Medicine: Treatment of Cancer – Five Branches Institute of T.C.M – Dr. Jeffery Pang, L.Ac,. M.D. (China), Santa Cruz, California.

2002 The Treatment of Fibroid Tumors – Martha Benedict, M.S., L.Ac., San Francisco, California.

2001 The Study of Malignant Tumors, Nutritional Medicine, Herbs and Immunology – Dr. Issac Cohen L.Ac.,. O.M.D., Debu Tripathy M.D., Michael Campbell Ph.D., and John Boik L.Ac., San Francisco, California.

2001 Yin Tuina and The Treatment of Parkinson’s Disease – Dr. Janice Walton-Hadlock, San Francisco, California.

2001 The Study of Infectious Diseases, Chronic Internal Disorders, Nutritional Medicine and Immunology – Dr. Jake Paul Fratkin L.Ac,. O.M.D., San Francisco, California.

2001 The Study of Magnetic Therapy and Lazar-puncture – Dr. Holly Guzman L.Ac,. O.M.D., Steven Liu M.S., Lara Owen L.Ac., San Francisco, Ca.

2000 Traditional Chinese Medicine: Dietetics – Five Branches Institute of T.C.M – Dr. Jeffery Pang, L.Ac,. M.D. (China), Santa Cruz, California.

1998 Feng Shui and the Yi-Jing – Mark Johnson, San Jose, California.

1998 Medical Qigong Clinical Applications and Advanced Therapy – Dr. Meng Xiantong, Beijing, China

1998 Medical Qigong Clinical Applications and Advanced Therapy – Dr. Zheng Zhan Ding, Beijing, China

1998 Medical Qigong Clinical Applications and Advanced Therapy – Beijing Western District Qigong Research Institute – Dr. Teng Yingbo

Dr. Jerry Alan Johnson and Baguazhang Master Duan Zhi Liang (Beijing, China)

Dr. Jerry Alan Johnson and
Baguazhang Master Duan Zhi Liang
(Beijing, China)

1996-2001 Medical Qigong Clinical Applications and Advanced Therapy – Master Duan Zhi-Liang – Beijing, China/and the United States

1996 Medical Qigong Clinical Applications and Advanced Sound Resonance Therapy – Dr. Bi Yongsheng, Beijing, China

1996 Medical Qigong Clinical Applications and Advanced Therapy – Dr. Zheng Zhan Ding, Beijing, China

1995 Doctorate in Medical Qigong Science and Anmo Therapy (D.M.Q.) – Beijing Peoples Hospital of Chaoyang District,Beijing, China

Dr. Teng Yingbo and Dr. Jerry Alan Johnson

Dr. Johnson and Professor Teng Yingbo
(Beijing, China)

1995 Feng Shui and the Yi-Jing – Dr. Zheng Zhan Ding, Beijing, China

1995 Medical Qigong Clinical Applications and Advanced Therapy – Dr. Zheng Zhan Ding, Beijing, China

1995 Medical Qigong Clinical Applications and Advanced Therapy – Beijing Western District Qigong Research Institute – Professor Teng Yingbo, Beijing, China

1995 Medical Qigong Clinical Applications and Advanced Therapy – Hai Dian T.C.M. University of Beijing, – Dr. Li Fu Dong, Dr. Lu Guo Hong (Bagua Master), and Dr. Niu Yu Hua, Beijing, China

Dr. Johnson and Dr. Zheng Zhan Ding, (Beijing, China)

Dr. Zheng Zhan Ding, Dr. Ma, & Dr. Johnson
(Beijing, China)

1995 Medical Qigong Clinical Applications and Advanced Therapy – Xi Yuan Hospital – Beijing Western District, – Dr. Xu Hongtao, Dr. Renshun Tu, Dr. Cai Jun, Beijing, China

1995 Visceral Manipulation, Traumatology and Chinese Massage Tutorial Program – China, Beijing International Acupuncture Training Center, Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Beijing, China

1995 Chen Family Qigong – Master Feng Zhiqiang, Beijing, China

 

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Left: Dr. Jerry Alan Johnson and Baguazhang Master Lu Guo Hong)
at the Hai Dian Clinic (Beijing, China)
Top Right: Dr. Johnson and Dr. Teng Yingbo at the China Beijing International, Acupuncture Training Center (Beijing, China)
Bottom Right: Chen Family Taijiquan Master Zhang Yu Fei, Grandmaster Feng Zhi Qiang, and Dr. Jerry Alan Johnson, (Beijing, China)

1995 Certified Massage Therapist (C.M.T.) – Monterey Institute of Touch, (500 hr. program) Monterey, California.

1993 Clinical Applications and Advanced Traumatology – Orthopedic Traumatology Clinic – Hu Guo Si Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Beijing, China – Dr. Guo Xian He, Dr. Zhang Yongli, Dr. Gue and Dr. Zhou

1993 Medical Qigong Clinical Applications and Advanced Therapy – Xi Yuan Hospital – Western District, Beijing, China – Dr. Xu Zong Wei and Dr. Lu

1993 Medical Qigong Clinical Applications and Advanced Therapy – Dr. Zheng Zhan Ding, Beijing, China

1993 Medical Qigong Clinical Applications and Advanced Therapy – Hai Dian University of Beijing, China – Dr. Li Fu Dong and Dr. Zhou Fang

1993 Medical Qigong Clinical Applications and Advanced Therapy – The China Beijing International Acupuncture Training Center and Acupuncture Institute of China – Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine – Dr. Fan, Dr. Jiang Gui Zhong, and Dr. Sun Shuchun

Dr. Jerry Alan Johnson and Shifu Zheng Yu Fei

Training With Master Zheng Yu Fei Beijing, China

1993 Medical Qigong Clinical Applications and Advanced Therapy – Hai Dian University of Beijing, China – Dr. Li Fu Dong and Dr. Zhou Fang

1993 Medical Qigong Clinical Applications and Advanced Therapy – The China Beijing International Acupuncture Training Center and Acupuncture Institute of China – Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine – Dr. Fan, Dr. Jiang Gui Zhong, and Dr. Sun Shuchun

1993 Chen Family Qigong – Shifu Zhang Yu Fei, Beijing, China

1993 Medical Qigong and Neigong Training – Master Zhang Yong Li, Beijing, China

Internal Gongfu Masters Joseph Crandall-Mike Sigman-Jerry Alan Johnson

Shifu Joseph Crandall, Shifu Mike Sigman and
Shifu Jerry Alan Johnson (Pacific Grove, California)

1993 Traumatology, Herbal Healing and Tuina – Dr. Vince Black – Pacific Grove, California.

1992-1996 Tutorial Program, Studied Daoist Magic – Dragon Gate System – (Energetic Psychology, Spirit Travel, Soul Retrieval, and Emotional Alchemy), Dr. Steve Cook, Salinas, California.

1992-1994 Tutorial Program, studied Psychology and Clinical Relationship Behavioral Patterns – Dr. Cheatham, Carmel, California.

1992-1993 Qigong and Advanced Neigong Training – Shifu Mike Sigman, Pacific Grove, Ca.

Cranio-Sacral.2

Graduate Certificate In Shamanistic Cranio-Sacral Therapy

1991-1995 Certificate of Mastery in Cranio-Sacral Therapy (A Six Level Shamanistic Type of Training Method) – The Milne Institute of Healing Arts – Dr. Hugh Milne, Monterey, Ca.

1991-1992 Qigong and Advanced Neigong Training – Shifu Park Bok Nam, Pacific Grove, Ca.

1991-1992 Qigong and Advanced Neigong Training – Shifu Ken Fish, Pacific Grove, Ca.

1991-1992 Qigong and Advanced Neigong Training – Shifu Bing Kai Lee, Pacific Grove, Ca.

1990-1993 Qigong, Yi-Quan, and Neigong Training – Shifu Henry Look, Pacific Grove, California.

Look-Johnson-Park049

Shifu Henery Look, Shifu Jerry Alan Johnson, and
Shifu Park Bok Nam (Pacific Grove, California)

1990-1993 Advanced Western Anatomy and Physiology – Advanced Integrations of the Nervous/Vascular Systems, Endocrinology, and Embryology – Dr. Lenore Jones, Pacific Grove, Ca.

1986-1990 Qigong, Neigong and Advanced Shengong Training – Shifu Joseph Crandall, Monterey, California.

1986-1987 Advanced Qigong, Neigong and Shengong Training – Taiji Ruler Qigong and Yi Quan Exercises and Meditations – Shifu John Fei, Los Angeles, California

1986-1988 Chiropractic Tutorial Program – Intermediate Anatomy and Physiology, Visceral Manipulation and Adjustment Modalities – Dr. Tim M. Haun, Pacific Grove, California.

1986 Advanced Herbal Healing and Traumatology – Holistic Health Center – Dr. David Schlesinger, Pacific Grove, California.

1983-1984 Qigong, Neigong, and Shengong Exercises and Meditations – Shifu Jeffrey Roth, Monument, Colorado.

1981-1984 Advanced Qigong, Neigong and Shengong Training – Advanced Yi-Quan training – Shifu Bing Fei Lee, Denver, Colorado

1981-1984 Advanced Qigong, Neigong and Shengong Training – Advanced Yi-Quan training – Shifu Bing Kai Lee, Monument, Colorado.

1981-1984 Director of 2 Medical Qigong, Acupuncture & Herb Clinics – Located in Colorado Springs and in Monument, Colorado

1980-1981 Qigong and Neigong Training – Shifu Vince Flag, Seaside, California.

1978-1981 Internship – Medical Qigong, Acupuncture and Herbal Clinic – Acupuncture, Herbology, Medical Qigong Therapy, Traumatology, Chinese Massage and Traditional Chinese Medical Theory – Dr. Hyun Huh, Monterey, California.

1978-1980 Qigong and Neigong Training – Shifu Michael Alan Brown, Pacific Grove, California.

1976-1978 Chinese Medicine Tutorial Program – Medical Qigong Therapy, Traumatology, Chinese Massage, and Traditional Chinese Medical Theory – Shifu Michael Alan Brown, Pacific Grove, California.

1974-1976 Yi-Jing, Dao De Jing, and Sun Zi’s Art of War –  Shifu John L. Staples, Seaside, California.

1974-1976 Chinese Medicine Tutorial Program – Acupressure, Moxa, Herbology, Medical Qigong Therapy, Traumatology, Chinese Massage, Traditional Chinese Medical Theory, Qigong, Neigong and Shengong Training) – Shifu John L. Staples, Seaside, California.

 

WORK EXPERIENCE/RESIDENCY

 

1st Class Feb.7,09 Intro

2009 – Beginning The Medical Qigong Doctor Program
(Some Students Gather For A Group Photo )

Hennan

Right: The Vice-President (Representing the United States) (W.A.S.O.M.Q.)
Left: Overseas Director Medical Qigong College (U.S.A.) (H.U.T.C.M.)

2009 – 2012 – Professor and Overseas Director of Chinese Medical Qigong Doctor Program – (110 students began the course -52 Doctors Graduated) – all students were required to complete a 2,000 hour Clinical Program: Including 936 hours of lecture, lab, and internship, 72 hours of Supervised Clinical Theatre, 818 hours of Clinical Externship, 174 hours of Additional Course Related Material, and a Doctorial Thesis – all of which are based upon the curriculum established at the Medical Qigong College at the Hai Dian University in Beijing China, and supervised by the Oversees Medical Qigong College of the Henan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine via the International Institute of Medical Qigong, Monterey, California

2006 – 2010 – Vice-President (U.S.A.) of World Academic Society of Medical Qigong – Chaired Academic Presentations – Beijing, China (WASOMQ)

MD Anderson Logo

The External Advisory Committee – Applying T. C. M. For Cancer Patients (M.D. Anderson Cancer Center)

2005 – 2012 – Professor and Overseas Director of Medical Qigong – Henan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Henan, China

2005 – 2009 – External Advisory Committee – Traditional Chinese Medicine for Cancer Treatment – Department of Palliative Care and Rehabilitation Medicine, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas: (Debu Tripathy, M.D. – University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center – Dr. Lorenzo Cohen, Ph.D. – M. D. Anderson Cancer Center – Dr. Jerry Alan Johnson Ph.D.,D.T.C.M – The International Institute of Medical Qigong)

5 elements

The Medical Qigong Clinic (Academy For Five Element Acupuncture)
Left: 2003 – Medical Qigong Class   Right: 2004 – Medical Qigong Clinic

2004 – 2008 – Director of Medical Qigong Clinic – Academy For Five Element Acupuncture, Inc., Hallandale, Florida.

2003-2008 Chief Doctor (Professor) Beijing Western District Medical Qigong Science and Traditional Chinese Medicine Research Institute, Beijing, China

2003 – 2008 – Dean of Medical Qigong Science – Academy For Five Element Acupuncture, Inc., Hallandale, Florida.

2000 – 2008 – Dean of Medical Qigong Science – Five Branches Institute, College and Clinic of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Santa Cruz, California.

5 branches

2000 – Five Branches Institute, T.C.M. College

The World Health Organization Collaborating Center for Traditional Chinese Medicine, Beijing, China

1995 – Appointed Ambassador of Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy to North America
(World Health Organization – China)

2000 – 2008 – Director of Medical Qigong Clinic – Five Branches Institute, College and Clinic of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Santa Cruz, California.

1998-2003 Vice Chief Doctor (Associate Professor) – Beijing Western District Medical Qigong Science and Traditional Chinese Medicine Research Institute, Beijing, China

1995-1998 Clinical Director – Beijing Western District Medical Qigong Science and Traditional Chinese Medicine Research Institute, Beijing, China

1995-1998 Ambassador of Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy to North America – Commissioned by The World Health Organization Collaborating Center for Traditional Chinese Medicine, Beijing, China (sponsored by the United Nations)

1995 Internship -Clinical Oncology – Medical Qigong Clinic – Completed Clinical Internship at the Xi Yuan Hospital – Beijing Western District, – Beijing, China

Xiyuan 2

Left: 1993 – The Xi Yuan T.C.M. Hospital
Right: 1993 – The Hu Guo Si T.C.M. Hospital

1995 Internship – Clinical Oncology – Medical Qigong Clinic – Beijing Western District Medical Qigong Science and Traditional Chinese Medicine Research Institute, Beijing, China Dr. Teng Yingbo, Beijing, China

1993-1995 Internship – Visceral Manipulation, Traumatology and Chinese Massage – Carmel, Monterey and Pacific Grove Clinics, Monterey Institute of Touch, Carmel, California

1993-1995 Internship – Visceral Manipulation, Traumatology and Chinese Massage Clinic – China, Beijing International Acupuncture Training Center, Academy of T.C.M., Beijing, China

IIMQ

1985 – The International Qigong Institute was established; the name was later changed in 1997 to the International Institute of Medical Qigong

1993-1995 Internship – Specialized in treating tumor and cancer patients at the Medical Qigong Outpatient and Inpatient Clinics – Xi Yuan Hospital – Western District, Beijing, China – Dr. Xu Zong Wei and Dr. Lu, Dr. Xu Hongtao, Dr. Renshun Tu, Dr. Cai Jun

1993 Internship – Visceral Manipulation, Traumatology and Chinese Massage – Orthopedic Traumatology Clinic, Hu Guo Si Hospital of T.C.M., Beijing, China

1986 Certificate of Teaching Adult Education – (Medical Qigong, Taijiquan and Baguazhang), State of California, Carmel, California.

1985-Present – Executive Director of Medical Qigong Clinic for the I.I.M.Q. – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Monterey, California

Dr. Hyun Huh (Monterey, California)

Dr. Hyun Huh
(Monterey, California)

1985 – I Founded the International Qigong Institute – In 1997 the name was changed to “the International Institute of Medical Qigong” – (and had international branches in Bermuda, Canada, England, France, Ireland, South Africa, Sweden, Brazil, Central America, and the United States).

1981-1984 Director of two Acupuncture Clinics (Colorado Springs and Monument), Consultant and associate to Acupuncturists, Medical Doctors, and Chiropractors, administering Acupuncture Therapy, Moxa, Herbs, Tuina and Medical Qigong therapy.

1978-1981 Internship – Acupuncture and Herbal Clinic (Acupuncture, Herbology, Medical Qigong Therapy, Traumatology, Chinese Massage and Traditional Chinese Medical Theory ) – Dr. Hyun Huh, Monterey, California.

 

 

LECTURES, DEMONSTRATIONS AND SEMINAR PRESENTATIONS

The 2nd World Health Qigong Scientific Symposium – Paris, France.

2015 “Medical Qigong Therapy and Healing the Emotional Components of Tumor Formations” – The 2nd World Health Qigong Scientific Symposium – Paris, France.

2014 “Clinical Safety and Spirit Protection” – (Introduction To Effective Clinical Protection, Generating a Protective Clinical Environment, Important Images, and Effective Visualizations, Cleaning the Room, Safe Clinical Purification Techniques, Preparations and Precautions Against Absorbing Toxic Qi from the clinic, How to Locate and Close an Energetic Portal, Removing Energetic“Hitch-­hikers, Introduction to Doctor’s Safety, Purifying Treatment Room Talimans, and Protect The Body Incantation) – Tao House, Hallandale, Florida

2014 “Clinical Talismans Used To Enhance Healing ” – (Introduction To Clinical Protection, Clinical Purification Techniques, Activating and Imprinting Acupuncture Needles and Acupuncture Points, Imprinting Moxa Sticks and Cones, Imprinting Cups and Creating Sacred Cupping Patterns, and Sealing the Yellow Court and Removing Energetic “Hitch-hikers”) – The Temple of the Celestial Cloud, Monterey, California

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2007 – Lectured on using Medical Qigong Therapy with Oncology, for the Prime Medical Center in San Paulo, Brazi

2011 “Treating Shen Disturbances” – The Academy for Five Element Acupuncture T.C.M. College, Gainsville, Florida

2009 – 2012 “Intensive Medical Qigong Doctorate Program” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Monterey, California

2008 “The Energetic Realm of Daoist Mysticism and its Integration into Traditional Chinese Medicine” – The Academy for Five Element Acupuncture T.C.M. College, Gainsville, Florida

2007 “Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy and Oncology” – Sponcered by the Prime Medical Center, at the Blue Tree Hotel Faria Lima, Sao Paulo, Brazil

2006 “Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy” – The Ecovila Piracanga, Bahia, Brazil

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2006 – Lectured at the Universite du Quebec a Trois-Tivieres, Montreal, Canada

2006 “Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy” – The Chinese Culture Symposium 2006, Northern Kentucky University

2006 “Medical Qigong Approach to Cancer Prescriptions” – Presented at the 5th World Conference on Medical Qigong, Beijing, China

2006 “Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy” – First “foreigner” ever invited by the Canadian Government to come to Canada and establish a Medical Qigong Training program for three Nationally Funded Acupuncture Colleges. The program was officially introduced by Dr. Johnson at the Universite du Quebec a Trois-Rivieres, Montreal, Canada

2005 “Treating Lung Cancer with Medical Qigong Therapy” – The Henan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine #3 “National Hospital” for Oncology, Henan, China

2005 “Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy and Oncology” – The Academy for Five Element Acupuncture T.C.M. College, Hallandale, Florida

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2005 – Lectured at Bastyr University
(Kenmore, Washington)

2005 “Energetic Anatomy and Physiology and Traditional Chinese Medicine Differential Diagnosis” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

2005 “Treating Cysts and Tumors with Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy” – Bastyr University, Kenmore, Washington

2005 “Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy (A & B)” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

2005 “Dissolving Breast Lumps Using Medical Qigong Therapy” – The Asian Organization for Bodywork Therapist of America (AOBTA) National Convention, San Francisco, California.

2005 “Yang Family Taiji Qigong” – The Asian Organization for Bodywork Therapist of America (AOBTA) National Convention, San Francisco, California.

2004 “The Treatment of Internal Disease and Advanced Clinical Therapy” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, Ca.

2004 “The Treatment of Internal Disease and Advanced Clinical Therapy” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Dublin, Ireland

2004 “Treatment of Shen Disturbances and Energetic Psychology” – The Academy for Five Element Acupuncture T.C.M. College, Hallandale, Florida

2004 “The Treatment of Internal Disease and Advanced Clinical Therapy” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, Ca.

2004 “The Treatment of Internal Disease and Advanced Clinical Therapy” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Dublin, Ireland

2004 “The Emotional Components of Cancer and Disease” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Dublin, Ireland

2004 “Qi Emitting Methods, The Invisible Needle Technique, Energetic Point Therapy, Medical Qigong Massage and Medical Qigong Prescriptions” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

2004 “Medical Qigong Treatment Protocols for Radiation and Chemotherapy” – The Institute for Regenerative Medicine, Houston, Texas

2004 “Treatment of Headaches, Strokes, Neurological Disorders and Cancer” – The Academy for Five Element Acupuncture T.C.M. College, Hallandale, Florida

2004 “Chinese Energetic Alchemy, Medical Qigong Dao Yin Therapy and Rectifying Qi Deviations” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

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2004 – Taught a 6 Month Intensive Medical Qigong Program focusing on Oncology, at the Houston Medical Center,
Over 45 active clinical professionals attended the seminars and were able to immediately implement these ancient Chinese Energetic practices successfully into their personal clinical practices.

2004 “Medical Qigong Cancer Prescription Meditations and Exercises” – The Institute for Regenerative Medicine, Houston, Texas

2004 “Treatment of Internal Organ Diseases” – The Academy for Five Element Acupuncture T.C.M. College, Hallandale, Florida

2004 “Clinical Diagnosis and Treatment of Brain Tumors, Bone Cancer, Skin Cancer, Leukemia, and Malignant Lymphoma” – The Institute for Regenerative Medicine, Houston, Texas

2004 “Healing Emotional Traumas with Medical Qigong Therapy” – Psychology Department – Monterey Peninsula College, Monterey, California.

2004 “Energetic Anatomy and Physiology and Traditional Chinese Medicine Differential Diagnosis” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

2004 “Clinical Diagnosis and Treatment of Breast, Cervical, Prostate, Ovarian and Uterine Cancer” – The Institute for Regenerative Medicine, Houston, Texas

2004 “Etiology of Cyst, Tumor and Cancer Treatments and Clinical Applications” – The Institute for Regenerative Medicine, Houston, Texas

2004 “Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy (A & B)” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

2004 “Medical Qigong Diagnosis and Treatment Modalities” – The Academy for Five Element Acupuncture T.C.M. College, Hallandale, Florida

2004 “Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy, Clinical Safety, and Cancer Treatment Protocols” – The Institute for Regenerative Medicine, Houston, Texas

2003 “The Treatment of Internal Disease and Advanced Clinical Therapy” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, Ca.

2003 “Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy (A & B)” – The Academy for Five Element Acupuncture T.C.M. College, Hallandale, Florida

2003 “Effective Treatment of Migraine Headaches Using Medical Qigong Therapy” – The Asian Organization for Bodywork Therapist of America (AOBTA) National Convention, Boston, Massachusetts.

2003 “Daoist Golden Ball Exercise and The Daoist Five Yin Organ Exercise” – The Asian Organization for Bodywork Therapist of America (AOBTA) National Convention, Boston, Massachusetts.

2003 “Qi Emitting Methods, The Invisible Needle Technique, Energetic Point Therapy, Medical Qigong Massage and Medical Qigong Prescriptions” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

2003 “Chinese Energetic Alchemy, Medical Qigong Dao Yin Therapy and Rectifying Qi Deviations – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

2003 “The Treatment of Emotional Disorders With Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy” – The Nirvana Magazine, Paris, France

2003 “The Treatment of Internal Disease With Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy” – The Institut Europeeon de Qi Gong, Paris, France

2003 “Energetic Anatomy and Physiology and Traditional Chinese Medicine Differential Diagnosis” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

2003 “Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy (A & B)” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

2002 “The Treatment of Internal Disease and Advanced Clinical Therapy” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, Ca.

2002 “Qi Emitting Methods, The Invisible Needle Technique, Energetic Point Therapy, Medical Qigong Massage and Medical Qigong Prescriptions” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

2002 “Medical Qigong Treatment for Breast Cancer” – California State Oriental Medicine Association’s International Expo and Convention – 13th Annual Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Conference, held in San Francisco, California.

2002 “Chinese Energetic Alchemy, Medical Qigong Dao Yin Therapy and Rectifying Qi Deviations – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

2002 “Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy and the Treatment of Cancer” – The International Healing Center, Carracas, Venezuela

2002 “Energetic Anatomy and Physiology and Traditional Chinese Medicine Differential Diagnosis” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

2002 “Treating Cancer with Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy “ – The Academy of Oriental Medicine at Austin, Austin, Texas

2002 “Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy (A & B)” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

2001 “The Treatment of Internal Diseases and Advanced Clinical Therapy” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, Ca.

2001 “The Practice of Medical Qigong” – California State Oriental Medicine Association’s International Expo and Convention – 12th Annual Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Conference, held in San Francisco, California.

2001 “Medical Qigong Prescription Exercises” – Carmel Valley Clinic – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Carmel Valley Branch

2001 “Introduction to Spirit Travel” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

2001 “Medical Qigong Therapy for treating Breast Disease” – Gateway Bookstore, Santa Cruz, California.

2001 “Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Breast Disease” – Thunderbird Bookstore, Carmel, California.

2001 “Qi Emitting Methods, The Invisible Needle Technique, Energetic Point Therapy, Medical Qigong Massage and Medical Qigong Prescriptions” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

2001 “Medical Qigong Therapy for Treating Breast Cancer” – The 4th World Congress on Qigong/3rd American Qigong Association Conference, San Francisco, California

2001 “Chinese Alchemy, Medical Qigong Dao Yin Therapy and Rectifying Qi Deviations” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

2001 “Energetic Anatomy and Physiology & Traditional Chinese Medicine Differential Diagnosis” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

2001 “Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy (A & B)” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

2000 “Advance Medical Qigong Modalities” – Lectured and demonstrated for a world documentary film featured by the Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS) from Korea. The focus was placed on the effects of Qi and patient treatment – filmed at the International Institute of Medical Qigong and Five Branches TCM College 4/7/2000

2000 “Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy (A & B)” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

2000 “Healing Qi Deviations” – lecture and workshop at the National Qigong (Chi Kung) Association. Gathering, Portland, Oregon

2000 “Healing the Healer” – Gateway Bookstore, Santa Cruz, California.

2000 “Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy (A & B)” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

1999 “Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy (A & B)” – Introduction to Medical Qigong workshop – at the Colorado Branch of International Institute of Medical Qigong, Breckenridge, Colorado

1999 “The Healing Power of Medical Qigong” – Health and Fitness Magazine- full page interview by – Summit Daily News – Dr. Judith Story, Breckenridge, Colorado.

1999 “Treating Cysts and Tumors with Qigong” – Emerge Internal Arts Tai Chi and Meditation school – Toronto, Canada

1999 “Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy (A & B)” – Introduction to Medical Qigong workshops – Emerge Internal Arts Chi Kung and Tai Chi school – Toronto, Canada

1999 “Medical Qigong Healing Panel for N.Q.A. Standards Forum” – lectured at the National Qigong (Chi Kung) Association Gathering – Baltimore, Maryland

1999 “Qi Deviations and Medical Qigong Therapy” – lecture and workshop at the National Qigong (Chi Kung) Association Gathering – Baltimore, Maryland

1998 “Healing the Healer” – lecture and workshop at the National Qigong (Chi Kung) Association. Gathering – Cleveland Ohio

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Medical Qigong and Radiation Therapy Queen of the Valley Hospital, Napa, Ca.

1998 “Medical Qigong Therapy and Surgery” – Presented at the 4th World Conference on Medical Qigong, Beijing, China

1998 “Medical Qigong for Terminally Ill Patients” – Established a group of Medical Qigong instructors to visit terminally ill patients to teach and assist in soul retrieval and final preparations for death – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

1998 “Medical Qigong Therapy and Radiation Therapy” – Medical Qigong Therapy and Radiation Therapy presentation for the Northern California Society of Radiation Therapists (radiologists), Queen of the Valley Hospital – Napa, California.

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Emerge Internal Arts
Toronto, Canada

1998 “Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy (A & B)” – Medical Qigong workshop – at the Iowa Branch of International Institute of Medical Qigong, Fairfield, Iowa

1998 “Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy (A & B)” – Introduction to Medical Qigong workshops – Emerge Internal Arts Chi Kung and Tai Chi school – Toronto, Canada

1998 “Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy (A & B)” – Introduction to Medical Qigong workshop – at the Colorado Branch of International Institute of Medical Qigong, Breckenridge, Co

1998 “Using Medical Qigong in the Clinical Setting” – lecture at the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine – using Medical Qigong in conjunction with needle, cupping and moxa therapy, San Francisco, California.

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The American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine San Francisco, Ca.

1997 Medical Documentary for the Discovery Channel – lectured and demonstrated Medical Qigong modalities currently used in Chinese Hospitals for the treatment of internal organ disease – filmed by Director Sudy Dostal and Si Wexler (multiple award winning medical documentary producer), Pacific Grove, California.

1997 Newsweek Magazine – lectured and demonstrated Medical Qigong modalities used in surgery to investigative reporters and photographers – Pacific Grove, California.

1997 “Healing the Healer Workshop” – University of California San Francisco, offered C.E.U. Credits (Continuing Education Units) to Acupuncturists and Nurses – sponsored through the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine

1997 “Healing the Healer” – lecture at University of California San Francisco – to faculty and students of University of California San Francisco and the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine; sponsored by Qigong Institute and the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

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1997 – Dr. Jerry Alan Johnson
Lecturing at the University of California, San Francisco, Sponsored by the American College of T.C.M.

1997 “Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy (A & B)” – Medical Qigong Workshops – at the Iowa Branch of International Institute of Medical Qigong, Fairfield, Iowa

1997 “Treating Patients with Medical Qigong Therapy” – lecture at the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine using Medical Qigong in conjunction with needle, cupping and moxa therapy -sponsored by Qigong Institute and the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, San Francisco, California.

1997 “Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy (A & B)”- Introduction to Medical Qigong workshop – Emerge Internal Arts Chi Kung and Tai Chi school – Toronto, Canada

1997 “Healing Emotional Traumas with Medical Qigong Therapy” – Psychology Department – Monterey Peninsula College, Monterey, California.

1997 “Healing the Healer” – Emerge Internal Arts Chi Kung and Tai Chi school – Toronto, Canada

1997 “Healing Qi Deviation” – lectured to faculty and students of University of California San Francisco and the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine; sponsored by Qigong Institute and the American College of Traditional Chinese  Medicine, San Francisco, California.

1997 “Medical Qigong Therapy and Surgery” – Presented at the 2nd World Congress on Qigong (and 1st American Qigong Association Conference) – San Francisco, California.

1996 “Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy (A & B)” – lectured and taught the Introductory Medical Qigong course at the “Women’s Well Spring” – Monterey, California.

1996 “Healing Emotional Traumas with Medical Qigong Therapy” – The Circle of Light Healing Lectures – Carmel, California.

1996 “Healing Emotional Traumas with Medical Qigong Therapy” – The Thunderbird Bookstore – Carmel, California.

1996 “Traumatology and Herbal Healing Seminar” – Emerge Internal Arts Chi Kung and Tai Chi school – Toronto, Canada

1996 “Medical Qigong for Geriatric Patients” – established a group of Medical Qigong instructors to visit retirement homes and teach specific Medical Qigong exercises and meditations to senior citizens – Emerge Internal Arts Chi Kung and Tai Chi school – Toronto, Canada

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1996 – Lectured at the Monterey Institute of International Studies
(Monterey, California)

1996 “The Healing Benefits of Medical Qigong” – Monterey Institute of International Studies, Monterey, Ca.

1996 “The Psychophysical Reactions Associated with Tumors” – Presented at the 3rd World Conference on Medical Qigong, Beijing, China

1996 “Healing the Healer” – Qigong Institute, Menlow Park, California.

1996 Traumatology, Chinese Massage and Herbal Healing Seminar – Emerge Internal Arts – Toronto, Canada

1996 Traumatology, Chinese Massage and Herbal Healing Seminar – International Institute of Medical Qigong- Pacific Grove, California.

1996 “Healing Emotional Traumas with Medical Qigong Therapy” – Psychology Department – Monterey Peninsula College, Monterey, California

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1996 – Lecturing at the
3rd World Conference on Medical Qigong
(Beijing, China)

1996 “Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy (A & B) – Introduction to Medical Qigong workshop – Emerge Internal Arts Chi Kung and Tai Chi school – Toronto, Canada

1996 “Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy (A & B) – Medical Qigong workshops – at the Iowa Branch of International Institute of Medical Qigong, Fairfield, Iowa

1995 “Healing Emotional Traumas with Medical Qigong Therapy” – Psychology Department – Monterey Peninsula College, Monterey, California.

1995 “Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy (A & B) – Introduction to Medical Qigong workshop – at the Iowa Branch of International Institute of Medical Qigong, Fairfield, Iowa

1995 “The Healing Benefits of Medical Qigong” – The Breathing Lotus Kung Fu School, Pacific Grove, Ca.

1995 “Traumatology and Herbal Healing Seminar” – Emerge Internal Arts – Toronto, Canada

1995 “Daoist Qigong Exercises and Meditations Seminar” – Baiyun Guan (White Cloud Daoist Monastery )- Beijing, China

1994 “Yi-Quan Seminar” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong – Pacific Grove, California.

1994 “Yi-Quan Seminar” – Emerge Internal Arts – Toronto, Canada

1994 “Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy (A & B)” – Introduction to Medical Qigong workshop – Emerge Internal Arts Chi Kung and Tai Chi school – Toronto, Canada

1994 “Taijiquan and Medical Qigong Healing” – Mission Ranch Charity Benefit – hosted by Clint Eastwood, Carmel, California.

1994 “The Healing Benefits of Medical Qigong” – Alternative Medicine Awareness Group – hosted by Maggie Eastwood, Carmel, California

1993 “The Healing Effects of the Daoist Five Organ Exercises Seminar” – to international Western and T.C.M. physicians at the Daoist White Flower Monaster, Beijing, China

1993 “Introduction to Daoist Sexuality” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Monterey, California.

1992 “Introduction to Daoist Sexuality” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Monterey, California.

1992 – Present – Ongoing Master Lecture Series for Master of Medical Qigong program – offered by The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Monterey, California.

1992-Present Ongoing Master Lecture series in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Differential Diagnosis – offered by The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Monterey, California, – week long intensive workshops

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1987 – Teaching Taijiquan, Baguazhang, and Medical Qigong Therapy
(Monterey, California)

1988 “Traumatology and Herbal Healing Seminar” – offered by The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Monterey, California.

1988 “Traumatology and Herbal Healing Seminar” – Emerge Internal Arts Chi Kung and Tai Chi school – Toronto, Canada

1987 “Point Paralyzing and Tuina Healing Seminar” – Ching Lung Martial Arts Association – Monterey, Ca.

1985-1987 Taijiquan, Baquazhang and Medical Qigong – lectured, demonstrated and taught classes for the California State Adult School – Ching Lung Martial Arts Association – Monterey, California.

1985-1986 Taijiquan, Baquazhang and Medical Qigong – lectured, demonstrated and taught classes for the Holistic Health Center – Ching Lung Martial Arts Association – Monterey, California.

1984-Present – “Energetic Anatomy and Physiology” – Private Tutorial Programs, week long workshops, and intensive seminars offered by The International Institute of Medical Qigong, and the Ching Lung Martial Arts Association (Monterey and Pacific Grove), California.

 

MEDICAL PUBLICATIONS

5 new books

2015 – The Secret Teachings of Chinese Energetic Medicine textbook series (Volumes 1 thru 5)

2015 “The Secret Teachings of Chinese Energetic Medicine Volume 5:An Energetic Approach to Oncology, Gynecology, Neurology, Geriatrics, Pediatrics, and Psychology – The International Institute of Medical Qigong Publishing House, Monterey, California

2015 “The Secret Teachings of Chinese Energetic Medicine Volume 4: Prescription Exercises, Healing Meditations, and The Treatment of Internal Organ Diseases” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong Publishing House, Monterey, California

2014 “The Secret Teachings of Chinese Energetic Medicine Volume 3: Developing Intuitive and Perceptual Awareness, Energetic Foundations, Treatment Principles, and Clinical Applications” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong Publishing House, Monterey, Ca

2014 “The Secret Teachings of Chinese Energetic Medicine Volume 2: Energetic Alchemy, Dao Yin Therapy, Healing Qi Deviations & Spirit Pathology” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong Publishing House, Monterey, Ca

2014 “The Secret Teachings of Chinese Energetic Medicine Volume 1: Energetic Anatomy and Physiology” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong Publishing House, Monterey, California

2013 “Energetic Embryology” – Qi -The Journal of Traditional Health and Fitness Vol.23, No.4 Winter 2013-2014

2013 “Traite De Qi Gong Medical – Volume 2: Alchimie Energetique, Therapie Du Dao Yin Et Deviations Du Qi” – French Translation of Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy: Volume #2 – Editions Chariot d’Or – Paris, France.

2011 “Healing the Patient’s Emotional Traumas” – Qi -The Journal of Traditional Health and Fitness Vol.21, No.4 Winter 2011-2012

2010 “Medical Qigong Therapy for Senior Citizens” –  Qi -The Journal of Traditional Health and Fitness Vol.20, No.2 Summer 2010

2009 “Traite De Qi Gong Medical – Volume 1: Anatomie Et Physiologie Energetiques” – French Translation of Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy: Volume #1 – Editions Chariot d’Or – Paris, France.

2007 “Establishing a Safe Qigong Clinic” – Qi -The Journal of Traditional Health and Fitness Vol.17, No.3 Autumn 2007

2006 “Le Qi Gong, un allie de la medecine moderne” – Association Sun Simiao, Article de Passeportsante

2006 “Medical Qigong Approach to Cancer Prescriptions” – The World Medical Qigong Quarterly, Beijing, China – Vol. #20-21

2006 Abstracts of Presentations, “Medical Qigong Approach to Cancer Prescriptions” – The 4th General Assembly and 5th World Medical Qigong Conference of the World Academic Society of Medical Qigong:  Beijing, China, June 2006

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2006 – The Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy textbook series (Volumes 1 thru 5)

2006 “Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy Volume 5: An Energetic Approach to Oncology” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

2006 “Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy Volume 4: Prescription Exercises and Meditations, Treatment of Internal Diseases, Pediatrics, Geriatrics, Gynecology, Neurology and Energetic Psychology” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, Ca.

Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy#1

2000 – Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy: A Comprehensive Clinical Text was released to the public

2006 “Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy Volume 3: Differential Diagnosis, Clinical Foundations, Treatment Principles and Clinical Protocols” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, Ca.

2006 “Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy Volume 2: Energetic Alchemy, Dao Yin Therapy and Qi Deviations” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

2006 “Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy Volume 1: Energetic Anatomy and Physiology” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

2005 “Qi Emission Therapy for the Treatment of Uterine Cysts and Tumors” – Qi -The Journal of Traditional Health and Fitness Vol.15, No.4 Winter 2005 – 2006

2005 “Medical Qigong Qi Emission: Therapy for the treatment of Breast Cysts and Tumors, Part 2” – Qi -The Journal of Traditional Health and Fitness Vol.15, No.1 Spring 2005

2005 “Medical Qigong Qi Emission: Therapy for the treatment of Breast Cysts and Tumors, Part 1” – Qi -The Journal of Traditional Health and Fitness Vol.14, No.4 Winter 2004  – 2005

2004 “Medical Qigong Approach to Cancer Treatments” – The Empty Vessel Magazine – Vol. 11, #3 Summer

2003 “Introduction to Chinese Energetic Medicine (Part 2)” – Pulse – The National Newsletter of the American Organization for Bodywork Therapies of Asia – Fall Issue

2003 “Introduction to Chinese Energetic Medicine (Part 1)” – Pulse – The National Newsletter of the American Organization for Bodywork Therapies of Asia – Summer Issue

2001 “Chi Kung- Energy for Life” – Author of the “Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy” – Chapter 9 section – published through Harper Collins/Thorsons

2001 “Oncology and Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, Ca.

2000 “Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy: A Comprehensive Clinical Text” – The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, Ca.

2000 “The Metaphysical Dimensions of Medical Qigong Healing” – Qi – The Journal of Traditional Health and Fitness – Vol. 10, #3 Autumn

2000 “Historic Medical Qigong Clinic” – The Empty Vessel Magazine – Vol. 6, #4 Summer

2000 “Medical Qigong and Surgery” – Qi -The Journal of Traditional Health and Fitness – Vol.10, #1 Spring

1999 “Graduates From the International Institute of Medical Qigong” – Qi – The Journal of Traditional Health and Fitness – Vol. 9, #4 Winter

1999 “Qigong: Essence of the Healing Dance” Author of “The Awakening” – Chapter 5 section – produced by Health Communication Inc. – Garri Garripoli.

1999 “Forskar pa Qi och kirurgi i USA” –featured in a Qigong and Traditional Chinese Medicine- Swedish Magazine

1999 “Medical Qigong treatment and Oncology” – Qi – The Journal of Traditional Health and Fitness – Vol. 9, #3 autumn

1999 “Clearing the Air on the National Qigong Associations Board of Medical Qigong Examiners” – Qi – The Journal of Traditional Health and Fitness – Vol. 9, #2 summer

1998 “Medical Qigong Therapy and Surgery” – The World Medical Qigong Quarterly, Beijing, China – Vol.6

1998 “Are Chinese Medical Qigong Standards Too High for the West” – Qi – The Journal of Traditional Health and Fitness – Vol. 8, #4 winter

1988 - The Six Level Pa Kua Chang Chi Kung Correspondence Course

1988 – The Six Level Pa Kua Chang
Chi Kung Correspondence Course

1998 “Medical Qigong Therapy and Surgery” – presented at the 4th World Conference on Medical Qigong, Beijing, China

1996 “The Psychophysical Ramifications Associated with Tumor Formations” – presented at the 3rd World Conference on Medical Qigong, Beijing, China

1995 “L’essence Des Arts Martialux Internes: Qigong – Yoga Sexuel Capacites, Psychiques” – produced in France by The International Qigong Institute and Chariot D’or

1995 “L’essence Des Arts Martialux Internes: Qigong – Techniques esoteriques de combat et de guerison” – produced in France by The International Qigong Institute and Chariot D’or

1995 “The Emotional Components of Tumor Formations,” presented as a Doctoral Thesis – Beijing Western District Qigong Research Institute, Beijing, China

1994 “The Essence of Internal Martial Arts Volume 1: Esoteric Fighting Technique and Healing Methods” – Ching Lien Healing Arts Center, Monterey, California.

1994 “The Essence of Internal Martial Arts Volume 2: Energy Theory and Cultivation” – Ching Lien Healing Arts Center- Monterey, Ca.

1992 “The Integration of Body, Mind, Emotion and Spirit” – The International Internal Arts Journal – Vol. 7, #2 Fall

1988 “Pa Kua Chang Chi Kung Correspondence Course” – Six Levels of Alchemical Qigong training used in order to establish a powerful martial skill level – Monterey, California

 

Instructional DVDs

 

2005 “Houston Cancer Seminar #1 – Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy and Cancer Treatment: Establishing a Clinical Foundation” – produced by The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

2005 “Houston Cancer Seminar #2 – An Energetic Approach to Oncology” – produced by The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

2005 “Houston Cancer Seminar #3 – Medical Qigong Treatment Protocols Used for Breast, Cervical, Prostate, Ovarian, and Uterine Cancer” – produced by The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

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2005 – The Six Cancer Treatment DVD Series Course (Houston Medical Center)

2005 “Houston Cancer Seminar #4 – Medical Qigong Treatment Protocols used for Brain, Skin, and Bone Cancer, Leukemia, Malignant Lymphoma, and Multiple Myelomas” – produced by The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

2005 “Houston Cancer Seminar #5 – Medical Qigong Cancer Prescription Exercises and Meditations” – produced by The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

2005 “Houston Cancer Seminar #6 – Medical Qigong Treatment Protocols Used For Radiation and Chemotherapy” – produced by The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

Breast-DVD

2000 – The Medical Qigong For Treating Breast Disease Instructional DVD

2000 “Medical Qigong for Understanding, Preventing and Treating Breast Disease” – produced by The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

1999 “Gathering Energy from Heaven and Earth” – produced by The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

1999 “Stationary and Dynamic Medical Qigong Posture Training” – produced by The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

1999 “Treating Patients with Medical Qigong Therapy (Vol.1)” – produced by The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

1999 “Treating Patients with Medical Qigong Therapy (Vol.2)” – produced by The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

1999 “Medical Qigong Energy Techniques and Qi Emitting Methods” – produced by The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

1999 “Medical Qigong Invisible Needle Technique, Five Element Qigong Massage, and Energetic Point Therapy” – produced by The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

V1 to V10 DVD

1999 – Produced 10 Medical Qigong Therapy Instructional DVDs as a companion to the
Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy: A Comprehensive Clinical Text

1999 “Medical Qigong Healing Sound Therapy and Prescriptions” – produced by The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, Ca.

1999 “Treatment of Internal Organ Diseases with Medical Qigong” – produced by The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

1999 “Treatment of Cysts, Tumors, and Cancer with Medical Qigong Therapy” – produced by The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

Taichi DVDS

Right:1994 – The Chi Kung Healing Workout
Left: 1994 – The Tai Chi Empowering Workout

1999 “Soul Retrieval” – produced by The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

1999 “Power Tai Chi: Total Body Workout for Beginners” – produced by PMN Distribution, San Jose, California.

1995 “Qigong: Bewegungs- und Atemubungen aus China” – produced in Germany by PMN Distribution, San Jose, California.

1994 “Power Chi Kung: The Healing Workout” – produced by PMN Distribution, San Jose, Ca.

1994 “Tai Chi: The Empowering Workout” – produced by PMN Distribution,  San Jose, Ca

 

Meditation CDs

 

CDS

Right:2000 – Medical Qigong for Understanding, Preventing, and Treating Breast Disease CD ROM
Center:1996 – Tai Chi Meditation CD #2
Left:1996 – Tai Chi Meditation CD #1

2000 “Medical Qigong for Understanding, Preventing and Treating Breast Disease”- CD ROM, produced by The International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California.

1996 “Eight Direction Perception” Tai Chi Meditation #2 – CD – produced by PMN Distribution, San Jose, California.

1996 “Life-force Breathing” Tai Chi Meditation #1 – CD – produced by PMN Distribution, San Jose, California.

 

AWARDS & HONORS

 

Dr. Jerry Alan Johnson -Nominated to Vice-President (U.S.A.) of the World Academic Society of Medical Qigong

2006 – Elected Vice-President (United States of America Council Board Represenative) of the World Academic Society of Medical Qigong

 

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2006 – List of The Official Vice-President Council Board Represenatives
of the W.A.S.O.M.Q. (Front Row)

2006 Nominated to Vice-President (U.S.A.) of the World Academic Society of Medical Qigong – Beijing China

2006 Awarded Certificate of Honor for Devotion and Contribution in Popularizing Medical Qigong from the Organizing Committee – World Academic Society of Medical Qigong – Beijing China

2005 Great Minds of the 21st Century – Biography Profile – American Biographical Institute, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA

2004 Honored for Contribution for Higher Education and Healthcare – Five Branches Institute, College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Santa Cruz, California.

2003 International Health Professional of the Year – Honored for Outstanding Achievements and Leadership in the International Medical Community- The International Biographical Center, Cambridge, England

2003 American Biography Profile – Honored for Contributions to the American way of life and Leadership Role in Implementing Traditional Chinese Medicine with Allopathic (Western) Medicine- American Biographical Institute, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA

2002 Who’s Who in the 21st Century (Second Edition) – Honored for Outstanding Contributions in the Field of Chinese Medicine – Medical Qigong – The International Biographical Center, Cambridge, England

5 Branches Award-2004

2004- Honored for Contribution for Higher Education and Healthcare
(Five Branches Institute, College of T.C.M.)

2001 Excellent Book Review – Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy: A Comprehensive Clinical Text – The Journal of Chinese Medicine – Number 67, October 2001 Issue

2001 Excellent Video Review – Medical Qigong for Treating Breast Disease – The Empty Vessel Magazine – Fall 2000 Issue

2001 Excellent Book Review – Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy: A Comprehensive Clinical Text – Redwing Reviews – Summer 2000 Issue

2001 Excellent Video Review – Chi Kung: The Healing Workout – Redwing Reviews – November 2000 Issue

2001 Excellent Video Review – Tai Chi: The Empowering Workout – Redwing Reviews – November 2000 Issue

2000 Excellent Book Review – Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy: A Comprehensive Clinical Text – Vitalics – 2000 Issue

2000 Excellent Book Review – Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy: A Comprehensive Clinical Text – Redwing Reviews – November 2000 Issue

2000 Excellent Book Review – Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy: A Comprehensive Clinical Text – The Empty Vessel Magazine – Fall 2000 Issue

2000- Seoul Broadcasting System (S.B.S.) from Korea, Filming Medical Qigong Doctors working at the Five Branches Institute, College of T.C.M.

2000- Seoul Broadcasting System (S.B.S.) from Korea, Filming Medical Qigong Doctors working at the Five Branches Institute, College of T.C.M.

2000 Featured in the Empty Vessel Magazine “Historical Medical Qigong Clinic Opens in Santa Cruz California” – summer 2000 Vol.6. #4

2000 Chosen to represent the United States as the leading authority of Medical Qigong in a world documentary featured by the Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS) from Korea. The focus was placed on the effects of Qi and patient treatment – filmed at the International Institute of Medical Qigong and Five Branches TCM College 4/7/2000

1998 Front Page Cover article in the Monterey Herald Newspaper – “The Living Section” – for pioneering work in energetic medicine. The article ran on April 9th, 1998

1998 Featured in Empty Vessel Magazine – 4 page article – exclusive on personal Medical Qigong practice, clinic, and patient treatment modalities – Empty Vessel Magazine – Summer 1998 Issue

Dr. Johnson -Medical Documentary.1

1997- Featured in a Medical Documentary Filmed for Discovery Channel

1998 Nominated to Executive Board (U.S.A.) of the World Academic Society of Medical Qigong – Beijing China

1998 Awarded Certificate of Merit for Earnest Effort in Popularizing Medical  Qigong from the Organizing Committee – World Academic Society of Medical Qigong – Beijing China

1997 Featured in a Medical Documentary, filmed for the Discovery Channel – filmed by Sudy Dostal and Si Wexler (multiple award winning medical documentary producer), Pacific Grove, Ca.

newsweek - Jerry Alan Johnson

1997- Featured in Newsweek Magazine
(As a Spiritual Healer)

1997 Interviewed by NBC News Dateline – Focus was on Medical Qigong and the Treatment of Internal Disease and Cancer, New York

1997 Featured in Newsweek Magazine – “East Meets West” – interviewed for actively participating in surgery using Medical Qigong Therapy as an adjunct to operating treatment protocol- issue Dec. 15, 1997

1997 Self Magazine – Best Fitness Video – Power Chi Kung: The Healing Workout – Nominated one of the top 8 Videos in the Nation.

1997-Best Workout Video for Health – Chi Kung: The Healing Workout – Listed in the Complete Guide for Exercise Videos (Magazine) fall Vol.4

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1992 – The Internal Arts Journal

1996-Best Workout Video for Health – Chi Kung: The Healing Workout – Listed in the Complete Guide for Exercise Videos (Magazine) fall Vol.4

1993 – First Foreign Doctor ever to receive his own clinical rounds at the Xi Yuan Hospital in Beijing, China – After passing two Review Boards, I was honored as the first “foreign” Intern from “the China Beijing International Acupuncture Training Center and at the Acupuncture Institute of China, Academy of T.C.M”-  to be invited to treat patients in the Medical Qigong Clinic at the Xi Yuan Hospital of T.C.M.

1992 Front Cover of Internal Arts Journal – “The Gateway to Chinese Internal Martial Arts and Qigong” – Vol.7, #2 Spring Issue

 

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

 

AOBTA -Instructor- 2007

2006- Approved as an A.O.B.T.A. Certified Instructor in Medical Qigong Therapy

2006 – Approved as an AOBTA Certified Instructor in Medical Qigong – by the American Organization for Bodywork Therapies of Asia – Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Alliance Conference, San Francisco, California.

2006 – Educational Competency of Academic and Clinical Standards for the World Academic Society of Medical Qigong – Beijing, China (WASOMQ)

2005 – External Advisory Committee – Traditional Chinese Medicine for Cancer Treatment – Department of Palliative Care and Rehabilitation Medicine, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas

2004 – 2010 – Director of Medical Qigong Clinic – Academy For Five Element Acupuncture, Inc., Hallandale, Fl.

2003 – 2010 – Dean of Medical Qigong Science – Academy For Five Element Acupuncture, Inc., Hallandale, Fl.

CEU Provider-028

2001-2005 Approved as a C. E. U. Provider.
Board of Behavioral Science

2003 – Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine – joined with colleagues to secure Educational Competency of Medical Qigong Therapy for the California State Acupuncture Board  – Five Branches College and Clinic of T.C.M., Santa Cruz, California

2003 – Reviewed Case Reports and Provided Editorial Report on Research Articles on Medical Qigong for the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine – Manuscript No. 03/9003 Research on Paradigm, Practice and Policy, San Francisco Ca.

2001 – 2005 Approved as a Continuing Education Provider by the California State Acupuncture Board (CEP #369) – authorized to award C.E.U.’s to Licensed Acupuncturists, State of California- Department of Consumer Affairs

2001-2005 Approved as a Continuing Education Provider by the Board of Behavioral Sciences (PCE #2272) – authorized to award C.E.U.’s to Marriage and Family Life Therapist (M.F.T.) and to Licensed Clinical Social Workers (L.C.S.W.), State of California- Department of Consumer Affairs

2001 – Educational Competency and Outcomes Taskforce of the State Acupuncture Board – joined with colleagues to establish the Educational Competency of Medical Qigong Therapy for the California State Acupuncture Board

WHCCAMP

2001- Presented W.H.C.C.A.M.P. with the Government Standards used by the People’s Republic of China in order to established the academic and clinical competency of Medical Qigong Doctors

2001 – White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy (WHCCAMP) – presented governmental standards established by The Peoples Republic of China that have been currently implemented into several T.C.M. colleges in the U.S. through the International Institute of Medical Qigong (IIMQ) organization. These standards were presented to the W.H.C.C.A.M.P. to be incorporated in the future, integrating Complementary and Alternative Medical (CAM) policies for healthcare in the United States.

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Left: 2000- Overseeing the Medical Qigong Clinic and Teaching Classes at the
Five Branches Institute – College of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Right: 2000- Teaching at the N.Q. A. Conference in Portland Oregan

2001 lectured at the California State Oriental Medicine Association’s International Expo and Convention – 12th Annual Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine Conference, held in San Francisco, California

2000-2009 – Dean of Medical Qigong Science – Five Branches Institute, College and Clinic of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Santa Cruz, California.

1999- The National Qigong Association</BR>Board of Directors

1999- The National Qigong Association Board of Directors

 

2000-2009 – Director of Medical Qigong Clinic – Five Branches Institute, College and Clinic of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Santa Cruz, California

2000 “Healing Qi Deviations” – lecture and workshop at the National Qigong Association. Gathering, Portland, Oregon

1999 “Medical Qigong Healing Panel for N.Q.A. Standards Forum” – lectured at the National Qigong Association Gathering – Baltimore, Maryland

1998 Elected Medical Qigong Ethics Forum Chairperson – National Qigong Association – Chaired the Medical Qigong Panel in charge of setting standards of competency for Medical Qigong Therapists – Cleveland, Ohio

1998-Present – Elected to Board of Directors (United States Council Board Representative) – World Academic Society of Medical Qigong (WASMQ), Beijing, China

1998 Elected California State Representative for the International Congress of Oriental Medicine and Martial Arts – San Francisco, California.

 

WASOMC-1998

1998 – Elected Board of Directors (United States of America Council Board Represenative) of the World Academic Society of Medical Qigong

CHOMP

1997- Worked along with Surgeons in the Operating Room at Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula

1997 Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula (CHOMP) – Community Service – Received temporary Hospital Staff privileges to assist surgeon peri-operative stabilizing and optimizing surgical benefits during pancreatic surgery using various modalities of Medical Qigong Therapy

1997-2000 Council Board Member (Medical Qigong Standards Committee) – National Qigong Association (U.S.A.)

1997 Elected Distinguished Faculty of the 2nd World Congress on Qigong and the First American Qigong Association Conference – San Francisco, California.

Top: 1997- The Original Board of the N.Q.A.(I was an original Council Board Member of the National Qigong Association, and received the post as “the Director of Medical Qigong Standards Committee”
Botton: 1997- Distinguished Faculty of the
2nd World Congress on Qigong

1997 Elected Board of Directors to the National Qigong Association – Was one of the Original Founding Board Members of the N.Q.A., and was elected the Director of the Medical Qigong Division, Cleveland, Ohio

1996 Appointed Ambassador of Medical Qigong to North America – for the promotion of Medical Qigong Therapy – commissioned by the World Health Organization Collaborating Center for T.C.M. (sponsored by the UN) Beijing, China

1996 Featured guest speaker on Medical Qigong Therapy – K.P.B.S. – TV – broadcasts to medical colleges throughout Costa Rica, Argentina, Mexico, Brazil, Columbia, Dominican Republic Panama, Peru, Bolivia, Venezuela. Featured in a 1 hour lecture on Medical Qigong, developed own script, presented case studies, pathophysiology, prescriptions (energetic), and etiology of diseased states

1986 Healing Panel with Naturopathic, Gynecologists, Nurses, Acupuncturists –  presented through the Health Expo/Community – sponsored by the Visiting Nurses Association, Monterey, California.

1985 Healing Panel with Naturopathic, Western Medical Doctors, Acupuncturists – presented through an Alternative Medical Health Fair/Expo Symposium Carmel, California.

 

RADIO INTERVIEWS

 

Featured in numerous public broadcasting radio station interviews, a public and community service in the states of New York, Monterey, Pacific Grove, Carmel, Santa Cruz, San Francisco, Portland, Chicago, Iowa, San Diego, Iowa., Colorado and Toronto, Ontario, Canada

 

TELEVISION INTERVIEWS

 

Featured in numerous television interviews on Medical Qigong Therapy, as well as for producing books and videos on Chinese Energetic Medicine, including:

The David Letterman Show,

NBC News Dateline,

CBS/Channel 46 “Eye on America,”

Direct TV (United States and Japan),

Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS), Korea,

Discovery Channel,

K.P.B.S. – TV

 

MAGAZINE INTERVIEWS

 

Featured in numerous magazine interviews on Medical Qigong Therapy, as well as for producing books and videos on Chinese Energetic Medicine, including:

Newsweek Magazine,

Self Magazine,

Pulse Magazine,

Qi – The Journal of Traditional Eastern Health and Fitness,

The Empty Vessel Magazine,

The Mystical World of Chinese Martial Arts,

Inside Kung Fu Magazine,

Combat Karate Magazine,

Vitalics Magazine,

The Internal Arts Journal,

Black Belt Magazine,

Redwing Magazine,

The Pa Kua Chang Journal,

Inside Karate’s Master Series Magazine,

Tai Chi Magazine,

Qigong and Traditional Chinese Medicine Magazine (Sweden),

The World Medical Qigong Quarterly (Beijing, China),

The Journal of Chinese Medicine (Great Britain),

The Nirvana Magazine (France),

• Dragon Magazine (France),

The Karate-Bushido Magazine (France).

 

PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS

 

2006 – Henan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and the International Institute of Medical Qigong – Henan, China

2005 – Henan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and the International Institute of Medical Qigong – Henan, China

2005 – World Association of Medical Qigong, the Beijing College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and the World Academic Society of Medical Qigong – Beijing, China

2005 – External Advisory Committee – Traditional Chinese Medicine for Cancer Treatment – Department of Palliative Care and Rehabilitation Medicine, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas

2005 – China Medical Qigong Association – Beijing China

2004 – State Administration of Chinese Medicine, and the Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China In San Francisco – International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California

2004 – World Association of Medical Qigong, the Beijing College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and the World Academic Society of Medical Qigong – Beijing, China

2004 – China Medical Qigong Association – Beijing China

2004 – Xi Yuan Hospital of China Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine – Beijing China

2004 – Institute European de Qi Gong Council Meeting – Aix-en-Provence, France

2004 – Belgium College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Council Meeting – Dublin, Ireland

2003 – Institute European de Qi Gong Council Meeting – Aix-en-Provence, France

2003 – The Five Element Acupuncture College Council Meeting – International Institute of Medical Qigong, Pacific Grove, California

2003 – The Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Council Meeting – Five Branches College and Clinic of T.C.M., Santa Cruz, California

2002 – Oriental Medicine Alliance Conference- the American Organization for Bodywork Therapies of Asia (AOBTA) Council Meeting – San Francisco, California

2001 – Educational Competency and Outcomes Taskforce of the California State Acupuncture Board Council Meeting – San Francisco, California

2001 – White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy (WHCCAMP) Council Meeting – San Francisco, California

2001 – 12th Annual Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine Conference – San Francisco, California

2001 – 4th World Congress on Qigong/3rd American Qigong Association – San Francisco, California

2000 – National Qigong Association Council Meeting – Portland, Oregon,

1999 – National Qigong Association Conference – Baltimore, Maryland,

1998 – 4th World Qigong Conference on Medical Qigong – Beijing, China

1998 – National Qigong Association Council Meeting – Cleveland, Ohio

1997 – National Qigong Association Conference – Chicago, Illinois,

1997 – 2nd World Congress on Qigong/1st American Qigong Association Conference – San Francisco, California

1996 – 3rd World Qigong Conference on Medical Qigong – Beijing, China

 

PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE

 

Professor of Medical Qigong Therapy – Henan, China

Director of Overseas College of Medical Qigong – Henan, China

Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine (D.T.C.M.) – Ministry of Health, Peoples Republic of China

Doctor of Medical Qigong and Anmo Therapy (D.M.Q.) – Beijing, China

Doctor of Medical Qigong Science and Philosophy (Ph.D.) – Beijing, China