Höstseminarium 2017 med Jason Robertson

 

Summary of Experience

Extensive experience in the field of Chinese medicine with two years of advanced post-graduate training in major Chinese hospitals. Fluent in mandarin Chinese and active in Chinese medicine education and mentorship. Author of articles and a clinical textbook.

Clinical

APR 2001- Present KentuckyGinseng Chinese Medicine, Louisville, KY/ Seattle, WA
Licensed Acupuncturist and Certified Herbalist

Advanced   Training
NOV 2002- JAN 2004    Cui Yue Li Institute (www.cuiyueli.com),  Beijing, China
Advanced Resident

Completed 14 month research project with professor Wang Ju-Yi (APR-NOV 2001), Chengdu University of Chinese Medicine, Chengdu, China
Clinical Intern

Completed 8 month clinical internship studying Chinese herbal medicine in the treatment of hepatitis, digestive disorders and infertility.

Education

SEP 1994- SEP1995
Stanford University/National Taiwan Normal Univ.    Taipei, Taiwan
Intensive post-graduate mandarin Chinese training

SEP 1988-APR 1992
Washington & Lee University, Lexington, VA
Bachelor of Arts- East Asian Studies (cum laude)

Publications

(2007) Channel Palpation. Journal of Chinese Medicine, 83, p.18-24

(2008) Applied Channel Theory in Chinese Medicine (with Wang Ju-yi). Seattle: Eastland Press

(2010) Channel Palpation and the Utilisation of Classical Theory (with CT Holman). Journal of Chinese Medicine, 92, p. 5-12

(2010) “On the Nature of Channels (by Wang Ju-yi, J. Robertson trans.)”, The Lantern,7(3), pp. 4-14.

(2011) Point Pair Synergy: An Example of Theory and Practice in the Treatment of Immune Disorders. Journal of Chinese Medicine, 96, p.5-12

(2014) The Tail Wags the Dog: Developments in Oriental Medicine Outside China and a New Beijing Phenomenon. North American Journal of Oriental Medicine, 60, p.13-15

(2015) Yangsheng and the Channels. Journal of Chinese Medicine, 107, p.5-12

Teachings

Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine–  (09/2005- present) Instructor in acupuncture theory and technique for master’s degree students.

Pike Place Senior Center – Once-weekly, 3 hour clinic since 10/2004. Mentor program for students- Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine.

Beijing University of Chinese Medicine– (03-09/2004) Guest faculty. Taught  classes on theory and application of Chinese medical translation.

References

Dr. Ya-Juan Wang
Owner/Senior Practitioner, Oriental Medical Center/ Bastyr University
509 Olive Way Seattle, WA 98101  (206) 343-7223

Nora  Freeman
Assistant Director, Pike Place Senior Center
1931 First Avenue, Seattle WA 98101  (206) 728-2773 ext. 225
nfreeman@netos.com

Dr. Daniel Bensky
Director- Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine
916 NE 65th, Seattle WA 98115  (206) 517-4541
dbensky@siom.edu