A Healthy Body is a balanced body. The body balance relies on the balance of yin & yang and the smooth circulation of Qi (energy) and blood. Acupuncture, by putting needles in certain acupuncture points on the body surface, is to help to achieve this balance.
Being tired of taking too many drugs? Being depressed about many medical conditions that had not been handled satisfactorily? Try the new ways to heal your body. Chinese acupuncture and herbal medicine, which had been used to help the Chinese for thousands of years, will help you to restore your body balance, to turn back to nature.
Dr Qisheng Guan started his medical education in Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1979. After five years medical school, he got a degree of medicine (MD). After graduation, Dr Guan continued two-year postgraduate study in advanced theory and application of Chinese medicine in Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and one year training in educational psychology and skills for teaching in Tianjin Teachers University, organized by Tianjin Municipal Educational Bureau. With long term clinical practice, Dr Guan has been successfully treated many diseases. He practiced Chinese medicine and acupuncture extensively in China, Denmark of Europe, Botswana of Africa and United States. He was involved in clinical practice as well as teaching for Chinese undergraduates and foreign medical scholars in China, and his students are over the world, mostly doctors of different countries. He supervised a Chinese medicine clinic in Denmark, and Helped to set up an integrated clinic of Chinese medicine and western medicine in Botswana, where he developed herbal remedies RSP and AVP for the treatment of AIDS. Dr Qisheng Guan was a professor of traditional Chinese medicine in Tianjin College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and the International College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Tianjin, China. He also taught in Beijing International Acupuncture Training Center in China Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine (1986-1988). In Sep. 1999, Dr Qisheng Guan came to the United States with the invitation of one of his student in the US. After three months of stay in Three Rivers, a beautiful place in the mid-east of California, Dr. Guan was hired by Santa Barbara College of Oriental Medicine (SBCOM), as a professor and clinical supervisor, teaching many subjects such as Chinese medicine theories, acupuncture points, needling techniques, treatment of diseases, ancient Chinese medical classics, clinical diagnosis and evaluation, etc. At present, Dr. Guan has active practices at Santa Barbara and Ventura.