Thursday, March 29, 2012
Tuesday, April 29, 2008
But what should an ex-acupuncturist say on a blog he hoped would be his podium to become "America's Acupuncturist"?
I suppose if I had been more desperate for that kind of attention I wouldn't have given up until I'd become a regular Oprah guest. But I have a love-hate relationship with fame. Part of me wanted that for a long time- the more spiritual part of me values and desires anonymity. The sensible part knows that fame's not worth the sacrifices especially since fame itself makes you sacrificial. And not always for a good cause.
I did write a book about acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, and I continue to get compliments on it- people keep buying and recommending it, so I'm proud of that effort, which was the capstone of my pulsemed.org work.
Maybe one day when I settle down in my 50's I'll want to do an acupuncture practice again.
Wednesday, October 24, 2007
- Increase your clinical efficacy
- Speed your clinical diagnosis utilizing the classical acupuncture methods and get instantaneous results
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- Improve your practice
- Learn it all clearly by a native English speaker who bridges East and West
- Discover proven clinical procedures for pain and internal medicine problems
- Master a new protocol for using Master Tung Acupuncture for your patients
- Improve your acupuncture skills
On day two, we will discuss the usage of Tung's points for Internal Medicine problems and making the transition from the conventional TCM system to Master Tung's system. Herbal remedies will also be discussed on how to optimize your practice!
Fee: $325/2 days, students $250/2 days, As a special incentive, I will extend the $25 discount for early registration until 11/2/07, No refunds. I especially like students to come as they are the next generation and have something exciting and new for them at a reduced cost!
15 Ca CEU's and 15 TX CAE's approved, Classes are open to beginner and advanced alike.
Call 626 487-1815 to register
Robert Chu, an exciting and dynamic speaker, has been practicing the Martial and Chinese healing arts since childhood and specializes in Master Tung Acupuncture and Optimal Acupuncture methods for treating pain,
neuromusculoskeletal disorders, and internal medicine problems. Dr. Chu is a graduate and Diplomate in Tung's Acupuncture under Dr. Young Wei-chieh of the World Association of Tung's Acupuncture.
He founded, in mid 2005, ITARA (International Tung's Acupuncture Research Association), a non-political organization devoted to the preservation, standardization, education, and research of Tung's Acupuncture, offering classes for the spread and advancement of Tung's Acupuncture.
In July of 2004, Dr. Chu was selected as the Acupuncturist to Olympic athletes at the Olympic Trials held in Sacramento, CA. He has lectured throughout the United States, Canada and Europe on Master Tung's
Robert Chu, PhD, L.Ac. QME
See my webpages at: www.chusaulei.com