Functions and Disorders of the spleen

2010, 50 min.
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A presentation by Rossi about Functions and Disorders of the spleen at the 4. ASA TCM Kongress 2010. Rossi explains why pediatrics is different than other areas. F.e. the children zangfu are soft and tender. She speaks about reasons for spleen qi deficiency and how you as a practitioner can strengthen the children’s spleen qi. You will find a variety of treatment advices for the treatment of babies. Later Rossi will show some nice video sequences of tuina techniques of pediatric tuina which can be learned easily. It is also good for parents and gives the parents the feeling they also can do something. This is a video for TCM-experts and those who are specialized on the treatment of children.


Rossi, E., Dr. med.

Elisa Rossi MD, Acupuncturist, 4-year Ph.D in Clinical Psychology, Licensed Psychotherapist (Jungian), B.A. in Philosophy. After a 3-year Course in Acupuncture at ?So-Wen? in Milan, Elisa attended the 3-months Training Course of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Beijing in 1983. Since then she went back to China 8 more times, for one or two months, gaining clinical experience in the TCM Departments of Beijing, Nanjing, Shanghai, Jinan. In 1985 Elisa started practicing Taijiquan with Ermanno Cozzi and she Qigong with Li Xiaoming in 1989. In 1992 she spent 2 months in Beijing studying with dr. Lu Guangyun, director of Qigong Department of Xiyuan Hospital. In 1994, together with a group of 9 acupuncturists, Elisa founded the School of TCM ?MediCina?, and from 1996 she is a certified FISA acupuncture teacher. From 2002 to 2005 she was President of FISTQ, the Italian Federation of Schools of Tuina and Qigong, of which she is now Scientific Coordinator. From 2006 she is member of Milano Medical Board for Non-Conventional Medicine. Elisa cooperates with Agopuntura Senza Frontiere ASF and volunteered in Madagascar - 2008, Laos - 2010, Tanzania - 2012.

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