Newcomer to Mendoza, the Dr. Ting Weng Chungu with film director liu haiping they passed savior to tell us about that activity. The host of the guests is the director of the Higher Institute of Chinese Medicine in Mendoza, louis rouxwho told in the program Thanks a lotJoe has come to Mendoza to make a documentary about the implementation of Chinese medicine in the West.
During the space proposed by Ana Maria Vega, Roux explained that “there has been a significant development of Chinese culture in Argentina, but the greatest progress has been made in Mendoza.” While acceptance of Chinese medicine is important, complementary medicine has long been well received and accepted, but we have obstacles to achieving regulation as a health activity.” In Mendoza, Public Health recognizes this. And this is an important step.
Chinese medicine came to the country in the 1980s without any scientific concept, which raised many voices against it.
Luis Roux commented that Chile achieved regulation of Chinese medicine taken in 2008 by demonstrating the efficacy of acupuncture, by which a decree enabled registration through an examination that must be. The difference with Chile, explained in context in Mendoza, is that, once you graduate, you already get registration.
For his part, Dr. Ting remarked that “in Argentina, acupuncture is known as part of pain treatment,” Dr. Said, who also spoke about the impact on chronic diseases. He referred to the advantages and disadvantages of allopathic and Chinese medicine as supplements. “We have a more global vision, and we pay attention to body expression, in addition to symptomatology, “the body is in constant expression,” she concluded.
To study the technique that brings you closer to Chinese medicine, Luis Roux said that only a complete secondary at the institute is needed.
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Conduct: Ariel Robert, Emilio Vera da Souza.
Journalistic Contribution: Carolina Quiroga.
Mobile: Javier Costarelli.
Voice over: Edward Pickmal, Natalia Pooutasso
Columns and special participation: Monica Borre, Ana Maria Vega, Esteban Rodriguez, Germán Ezarque, Juan Manuel Gispert, Marcos Pérez Linares, Ral Mercau.
Collaborators: Elena Quintero and Pedro Saborido.
Technical Operations: Patricia Cortés, Carlos Martin, Gustavo Torres.
Production: Natalia Tissera, Mariana Ferreira, Anna Maria Vega, Gretel Videla
Social networks: Belen Ferrando and Francisco Bustoso