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The Wu Yi Jie He Family System of Chinese Healing and Martial Arts

Dr. Wu Changde

A Professor Emeritus of the Shanghai Traditional Medicine and Herbology University. Dr. Wu is a disciple and the son-in-law of Grandmaster Wang Zi Ping. He was the first coach of the Shang¬hai Traditional Chinese Medicine University Wushu team. He is a prominent practitioner in Shuaijiao, many Wushu styles, and a highly acclaimed adviser for the International Wushu Sanshou Dao Association. 

Dr. Wu has over 50 years of clinical experience in Chinese medicine. From 1959 until 1989 he served as Director of the Shanghai College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, as well as Professor and Medical Doctor-In-Chief of the Long Hua Hospital in Shanghai, China. In 1989 Dr. Wu relocated to Houston, Texas, where he opened his current private practice.

A highly respected member of the Chinese medical community, Dr. Wu actively promotes all aspects of (and the benefits of) Traditional Chinese Medicine. His titles include Director of the Shanghai Traditional Chinese Medical Association, Former Vice Chairman of the Shanghai Traditional Chinese Medicine Traumatology Association, Committee Member of the Shanghai Rehabilitation Medicine Association, and Committee Member of Shanghai Sports Medicine Association.

An avid proponent of physical exercise to maintain good health, Dr. Wu's titles also include Committee Member of the All Chinese Wushu Society, Adviser to the U.S.A. Wushu Kung Fu Federation and Honorary Adviser to the Martial Arts of China Historical Society. He has also authored many articles on Traditional Chinese Medicine, QiGong, and Kungfu/Wushu.

Dr. Wu holds an Honorary Doctor of Science from Euro-Technical Research University and is licensed by the Texas Board of Acupuncturists (License #AC 00031). Dr. Wu's acupuncture treatments include acupuncture, acupressure, herbology and QiGong.

Houston Taiji Kungfu Health Academy and Dr. Wu Acupuncture Office
Houston, Texas

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