Acupuncture and World Health Organization-What diseases Acupuncture can treat
July 30, 2013
Hosted by Tong Li and Kurt Wilhelm
As an important part of ancient Chinese Medicine, acupuncture uses tiny needles to stimulate energy in the meridian where "qi" travels to bring body functions back to normal. WHO(World Health Organization)listed conditions treated by acupuncture all over the world. We will discuss some of the research done on these conditions.
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Tong Li and Kurt Wilhelm
Dr. Tong Li began her career in medicine in China, where she began medical school at age 15. Since then, she has practiced medicine in both China and the United States. She has spent the second half of her life in Western Medicine where she became board certified in Anesthesiology in the USA, completing her post-graduate training at the University of Arizona. Dr. Tong Li studied Traditional Chinese Medicine as part of the curriculum at medical school in China. From her dual medicinal pursuits, she has learned the importance and powerful impact that Eastern medicine can have on a person’s mind and body.
Her switch to incorporating Eastern medicine came when she accidentally sprained her ankle, and opted to use acupuncture to heal her ankle, instead of using ice and Ibuprofen, the usual choice. Half an hour later, her pain was completely gone! It had simply evaporated! This stunning experience sparked her interest in Traditional Chinese Medicine, and has since led her to have a positive impact on many lives on both sides of the globe in truly life changing ways.
In 2006, partnered with Cosmetic surgeon Dr. Jose Robledo, she founded a med-spa to incorporate beauty treatment and a Holistic (acupunctural) approach to medicine. She has enjoyed her personal journey of beauty and health, and loves sharing her life changing message.
Kurt Wilhelm is the founder and President of the multifaceted and cutting edge company, The Social Universe, which oversees approximately 200 social media companies in order to deliver the comprehensive best practices within the social media to its clients. Kurt is the V.P. of Business Development for LocalBlox.com, which has nearly 30 million consumers and 28 million businesses within its social media platform. He is the president of the U.S. based, but internationally located, Local Business Network and Global Business Network. Kurt has personally given over 17,000 referrals to his referral partners within the last 17 years, and the quality of his referrals is made public online, where he maintains a 97% quality referral rating. He is the author of How to Save 15 Years of Your Life While Professionally Networking, which helps others learn not only how to give quality referrals, but also how to select referral partners that return referrals in kind. Kurt’s past accomplishments include serving as a National Sales Director where he increased national sales during his leadership over 400% in a 4 year period, and as the CEO of Innovative Strategic Development, which emphasizes cost consulting strategies for small and large businesses. Kurt sits on the international board of Global Life Charities, which specializes in improving the plight of the working poor and jobless both in the USA and abroad. Kurt led the charge to raise the funds to feed 16,000 meals to the homeless.