Prof. Dr. Tianjun Wang has focused on the new understanding of Brain and its clinical application since 2005 when he started his PhD research on the Acupuncture for Depression. In the last 10 more years, Dr. Wang has published several Brain related articles in English journals (see below list), presented over 20 national and international conferences, seminars and CPD courses. In his Acupuncture Brain Centre in Ilford London, more than half of his patients are brain related condition suffers such as Depression, Sleeping probems, Anxiety, Stroke, Parkinson's disease, Dementia, MS, Autism, Migraine, Brain injuries, Cerebral Palsy (CP), Epilepsy, etc.
Can acupuncture treat stroke. Acu 2019:2: 27
A new understanding of the Brain and its clinical application：EJOM 2015;8：28-31
Acupuncture for stroke, case study. Acu. 2015:4;11
Acupuncture combined with an antidepressant for patients with depression in hospital: a pragmatic randomised controlled trial. Acupuncture in Medicine 2014;32:308-312
The Brain is the most important organ, acting as a control centre. The Brain was one of the important internal organs in Chinese Medicine aspects from two thousand year ago. The function of Brain could be summary as: To dominate the life; the centre of physical activities and to govern the mental activities.
The brain related diseases can be summary as mental illness, neurological conditions and other related diseases. The commonly conditions often seeking for acupuncture help are:
Scalp Acupuncture is one of the modern microsystem acupuncture techniques which combine Chinese acupuncture Brain theory and needling methods with western medical knowledge of anatomy, physiology, pathology, neurology and particularly the elementary functional neuroanatomy about representative areas of the cerebral cortex. During the treatment, the needles are inserted into the specific stimulating areas on the scalp that correspond to areas of the brain that control central nervous system functions, motor activity, sensory input, vision, speech, hearing, and balance can be affected. Scalp acupuncture is mainly used to treat brain related conditions, including neurological disorders, psychological and psychosomatic conditions, such as wind stroke, depression, Parkinson's disease, Multiple sclerosis, dementia, pain, chronic muscle spasm, Autism, etc. Scalp Acupuncture is remarkable for its fast effects. Many patients notice an improvement after the first treatment.
Prof. Dr. Tianjun Wang is the President of British Institute of Scalp Acupuncture, and the Vice Chairperson of the first Board of Special Committee of Head Acupuncture of World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies (WFCMS).