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à Paris

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Dr DAU Quang Luong
224, Avenue du Maine

75014  Paris

Tel. 01 40 44 80 82



The specialties praticed in our clinic

 Acupuncture and Moxibustion
 Traditional Chinese Medicine

 Handy Medicine:
    Energetic Massage


Medical Hypnose



 General Medicine




The Traditional Chinese Medicine of today is the result of long research and practice, individual and collective, that spread through one so long time that history has the difficulty to remind them to us: nearly five thousand years of history of the Chinese civilization.

Since the invention of the writings, the classic medical works testify the presence of the medical practices in the same way to the one of the literature and philosophy.

The archaeological discoveries and the texts of the classic medical works confirm that under the dynasty of the Shangs (1760 - 1122 Before J.C.) the Chinese knew how to prepare decoctions of medicinal plants already to take care of the patients.

The collection of the classic medical works through the times of history of the Chinese Empire is very vast, and a big part of these works was either destroyed or burnt every time that empire changed boss. But in spite of this wild mind of the generals and the soldiers of the past times, mind so little coherent to the wisdom that the big masters of the literature and the philosophy of the Antique China taught us, the classic medical works were rewritten or re-codified and kept until our days. Among these, we cannot ignore the following classics :

1) Yi Jing (Book of the mutations ) written by Fu Xi toward the year 4000 Before J.C.;

2) Shen Nong Ben Cao Jing (Treaty of the medical herbs ) assigned to the legendary emperor Shen Nong (toward the year 3000 Before J.C.) by Tao Hung Jing, written under the dynasty of the Hans (206 Before J.C. - 207 After J.C.);

3) Huang Di Nei Jing Sowen (Internal Cannon : questions and answers ), collective work dated of the year 2800 Before J.C.;

4) Huang Di Nei Jing Ling Shu (Internal Cannon : sacred pivot ), collective work dated of the year 2800 Before J.C.;

5) Nan Jing (Treaty of the difficult arguments of medicine ) written by Bian Cho (403-221 Before J.C.);

6) Shang Han Lun (Treaty of the evolutionary illnesses of the Cold weather ) written by Zhang Zhong Jing (of the time of the Hans of the East, about 152-219 After J.C.); this work was recomposed after the war toward the end of the time of the Hans by a physician of the Imperial Court, of the name Wang Zhu Hu (of the dynasty of the Tsin Western: toward the years 265-420 After J.C.). The present form of the same work was reviewed under the dynasty of the Tang (618-907 After J.C.) by Lan Yi and his collaborators;

7) Jin Kui Yao Lue (Abstract of the masterly formulas of the Gold Case ) written by Zhang Zhong Jing, and finished to the same time of Shang Han Lun;

8) Mai Jing (Treaty of the Pulses ) written by Huang Shu He (210-285 After J.C.);

9) Zhen Jiu Jia Yi Jing (Treaty of Acupuncture and Moxibustion Jia Yi ), written by Huang Fu Mi (215 - 286 After J.C.);

10) Bin Hu Mai Xue (The Study of the Pulses from Bin Hu ) written by Li Shi Zhen (1518-1595 After J.C.);

11) Zhen Jiu Da Cheng (Treaty of Acupuncture and Moxibustion  Da Cheng) written by Yang Ji Zhou toward the year 1601 After J.C.

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The Chinese Traditional Medicine is composed by the following Specializations:

a) The Pharmacopoeia (the medicinal herbs, the minerals and the remedies of animal origin);

b) The Acupuncture and The Moxibustion;

c) The Energizing Dietetics;

d) The Manual Medicine: energizing massage, Qicong (or energizing gymnastics ).