Welcome to this website!
On this website you will be able to find information on my educational background, as well as clinical and academic work. If you are a current or prospective patient, you will be happy to browse the Patient Info page, while current students or researchers of Chinese medicine will be excited to learn about the upcoming educational and research projects on the Continuing Education page.
Also worth mentioning is the Canonical Chinese Medicine training that started in April 2007 and is now being offered in multiple locations all over the world. In Europe the training is finishing its 2nd year soon in the UK. Another group recently started in Portland, OR, USA and yet another group will be starting in 09/2008 in the San Francisco Bay area. Furthermore, in 2009, the newly enhanced and expanded Canonical curriculum will kick-off its debut in Frankfurt, Germany. More info can be found here.
Also since 2007 I am offering diagnostic medicine support for any Chinese medicine practitioner who has as if it were "run in to a dead end" with a challenging patient. You can request to schedule an appointment for a thorough Chinese medicine diagnostic assessment and receive a written 'second opinion' on possible herbal and acupuncture avenues to pursue, along with treatment plan and prognosis. Man colleagues have already succesfully used this service and made breakthroughs in some of their stubborn cases!Click here for more info.
The Forum page has since almost three years been a one-of-a-kind venue for scholarly exchange amongst peers both domestic and internationally. Please do not hesitate to sign-up and start posting. It is the place to see and be seen!
Whatever brings you here, I sincerely hope you enjoy the visit!
Arnaud Versluys, PhD, L.Ac.
Short Article Submitted to the 2012 Pacific Symposium
"The Chinese Medical Canons' View on Immune Response and Its Regulation"
Recently submitted article introducing the subject of my 2012 Pacific Symposium seminar in San Diego., CA, on the diagnosis and treatment of auto-immune diseases with canonical formulas of the Shanghan Lun and Jingui Yaolue.
The article is also available in print from in the Oriental Medicine gazette published by the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine.
Dr. Heiner Fruehauf's newest article on the safety of Aconite
As Aconite is gaining popularity amongst Chinese medicine practiotioners for its clinical efficacy and applicability in modern healthcare, it is also receiving more scrutiny from regulatory and other faction in society. To address the issues of Aconite's toxicity and to re-affirm the safety and efficacy when traditional processing is used and the right ethno-botanical species chosen, Dr. Heiner Fruehauf has authored the following article.
Also attached is a previous article of his on Jiangyou Aconite and the Fire Spirit School in general.
Short article submitted to the 2011 Pacific Symposium
This article was submitted to the 2011 Pacific Symposium in San Diego, CA. It attempts at unequivocally pointing out that studying the classics is not actually a choice rather than a necessity when being a Chinese medicine practitioner; and that not studying the classics sisgnifies the end of an individual practitioner's chances for self-improvement.
Interview with Dr. Versluys by Dr. Reginaldo Filho of the journal Medicina Chinesa Brasil
Attached is the English version of the interview conducted with Dr. Versluys by the chief-editor of the newly founded journal Medicine Chinesa Brasil, based in Sao Paolo, Brasil. We would like to thank the editorial staff for their invitation and wish them lots of success with the new journal.
The journal website is http://www.medicinachinesabrasil.com.br/
Interview with Dr. Versluys by Michael Max from classicformulas.com
Part two of the interview which Michael Max, renowned practitioner and author, and host of ClassicFormulas.com conducted with Dr. Arnaud Versluys.In the interview Arnaud discusses multiple issues surrounding the study and practice of the Shanghan Lun. The interview can be found here.
Part two of the interview which Michael Max, renowned practitioner and author, and host of ClassicFormulas.com conducted with Dr. Arnaud Versluys.In the interview Arnaud discusses multiple issues surrounding the study and practice of the Shanghan Lun.
The interview can be found here.
Interview with Dr. Arnaud Versluys, by Michael Max from ClassicFormulas.com
Part one of the interview which Michael Max, renowned practitioner and author, and host of ClassicFormulas.com conducted with Dr. Arnaud Versluys.In the interview Arnauddiscusses multiple issues surrounding the study and practice of the Shanghan Lun.
The interview can be found here: http://classicformulas.com/interview-arnaud-versluys-part/
Enjoy! PS: part two probably to be published in a few weeks.
Interview with Dr. Versluys published in EJOM
Please enjoy the transcript of the interview with Dr. Versluys conducted by Ross Campbell of London's Kai Clinic (http://www.kai-acupuncture.co.uk/)
The interview is published in EJOM (European Journal of Oriental Medicine), issue no: Vol 6,
Thanks to both the contributor and the Journal staff for providing this opportunity.
London Jingui Yaolue Training 2010- Online Registrations Available!
We are pleased to hereby officially advertise the London teaching schedule for 2010. After much deliberation we have decided to start the Jingui Yaolue series which comprises of five weekend seminars, of which the first three will be offered in 2010. The final two weekends will be offered in May and August of 2011.
We have worked out several registration and payment options for your convenience. Early bird registrants will benefit royally from the new policy. Please see the attachment for details.
The whole ICEAM website and in particular the London section is under full reconstruction. WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT REGISTRANTS CAN NOW REGISTER AND PAY ONLINE PER PAYPAL OR CREDIT CARD. PLEASE VISIT http://www.iceam.org/products-page TO REGISTER.
The overall site is still undergoing changes but the London registration portion is working properly. Stay tuned and visit http://london.iceam.org/ for details.
See you soon!
Portland SHL Training 2010- Registration Open
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
I would hereby like to announce that the registration for the Portland 2010 Shanghan Lun series as part of the Canonical Chinese Medicine Training offered by the Institute of Classics in East Asian Medicine is open and going strong.
If you haven't regsitered yet, then you have already missed the early bird special. But the registration is still open until the end of February.
Attached are a detailed program outline, as well as the registration form. Please email me if you have any further questions.
Arnaud Versluys and the ICEAM team
Canonical Chinese Medicine Worldwide
Chinese Medicine Database Beer Hall Lecture Part 2
Chinese Medicine Database Beer Hall Lecture Part 5
Video Lecture on Formula Modification