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Zuzhen LI

Title

TCM Physician

Department

Traditional Chinese Medicine

Language

Mandarin
English

Biography

Dr. Li Zuzhen graduated from Peking University Health Science Center in 1959. She later focused less on western medicine and took part in a refresher class for Traditional Chinese Medicine. She served in the department of internal medicine for many decades and now performs in the role of chief physician. She learned under the famous TCM doctor Guan Youbo for many years and she has dedicated herself for over 40 years to clinical diagnosis, scientific research, and teaching in the TCM and western medicine integrative department.

Dr. Li spent time teaching in Tokyo in 1993 and served as the TCM professor in the University of Hong Kong from 1997 to 2005. She was also a part-time professor in Hong Kong Academy of Chinese Medicine and Hong Kong Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Dr. Li is also one of the very first to become a certified TCM physician registered in Hong Kong.

With a deep understanding of Chinese and western medical theories, she is highly skilled in disease diagnosis using both Chinese and western medical sciences as a means of disease and syndrome differentiation. She has accumulated a wealth of experience in clinical diagnosis and emergency rescue. She is especially skilled in the diagnosis and therapy of diseases of the cardio-cerebral-vascular system, nephropathy, and diabetes. She is also skilled in treating digestion disorders, incretion disorders, neurasthenia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), sub-health and preserving health using TCM.

Dr. Li has initiated and launched many scientific research themes on therapy for cardio-cerebral-vascular diseases and has been granted six ministerial and municipal awards for science and technology achievements. She has written over 30 academic papers and co-compiled six books as well as participated in international academic conferences on numerous occasions. Dr. Li also serves as the chief physician in Beijing Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medical Science and Hong Kong International Medical Clinic, Beijing.

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