Introduction to Dermatology in Chinese Medicine

20.07.2019 - 21.07.2019
Sa 9:00-13:00 Uhr, 14:00-18:00 Uhr - So 9:00-13:00 Uhr, 14:00-18:00 Uhr

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Kurssprache: Englisch


Skin disorders in their various forms are amongst the most common diseases suffered by mankind, accounting for no less than 1 in 5 of all visits to out-patients departments in the Western world. Despite this prevalence and the resources put into this field, many patients are dissatisfied with the conventional treatments available to them, and look elsewhere for solutions.

Chinese herbal medicine has a very real and enduring answer for a significant number of sufferers of many diseases of the skin. It can induce spectacular and lasting change in a whole range of intractable conditions such as eczema, acne and psoriasis, and yet due to a lack of specialist training and clinical experience, numerous practitioners of Chinese medicine fail to achieve optimal results that are well within their grasp.

In this introductory two-day lecture, the fundamental principles of treating the commonest skin diseases will be presented (Damp-Heat, Blood-Heat, Blood-Stasis, and Qi, Blood & Yin Xu) using many case examples with numerous photographic slides from Mazin’s own practice. Throughout the emphasis is put on practical and clinically relevant information, which will serve as a foundation to enable doctors to understand the essential concepts required to construct effective formulae to suit the vagaries of clinical reality.

The workshop will commence with an overview of all the major primary and secondary lesions of the skin and their significance in Chinese medicine. The commonest diseases encountered in clinical practice will be introduced along with their major variants (including plaque, pustular & erythrodermic psoriasis, atopic Eczema, Pompholyx Eczema, Nummular Eczema, Seborrhoeic Dermatitis, Lichen Simplex, Acne, and Rosacea). Case examples of these conditions will be given with before, during & after pictures alongside the formulae that were used, charting in great detail the approach that ultimately proved successful in leading the patient from acute phase to stable state.


Dieser Kurs wird mit insgesamt 20 UE als M3 für die Ausbildung „Meister der Akupunktur DÄGfA“ anerkannt.
Fahrplanauskunft Nahverkehr

  • Mazin Al-Khafaji

DÄGfA - Fortbildungszentrum
Würmtalstr. 54
81375 München

Kurs-Nummer: 1907MUDI

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