Yin, Ganglin, MD (China), Dr.TCM.
Principal, Instructor & Clinical Supervisor
Dr. Yin has a MD in Traditional Chinese Medicine (HUTCM) and a Masters degree in TCM from Hunan University of China. From 1985 to 1992, Dr. Yin was an Associate Professor of Acupuncture at HUTCM. From 1993 to 1996, he was the chief doctor in the Chinese Acupuncture-Massage Specialist Group and clinic of HUTCM in Russia. From 1997 to 1999, he was a professor and the academic dean of International College of Traditional Chinese Medicine of Victoria, Canada. In 2000, he was a professor and the faculty dean of Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, USA. Dr. Yin has published 4 books on acupuncture and herbology. Titles include: Advanced Modern Chinese Acupuncture Therapy – A Practical Handbook for Intermediate and Advanced Study. Dr. Yin is a Registered Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine (R.D.TCM) in the province of BC, Canada and a Registered Acupuncturist (R.Ac.). Dr. Yin also maintains an Acupuncture and Herbology clinical practice at Oshio College.
Hu, Zhiguang, M.D. (China), Associate Professor of Medicine (China), R.Ac., Vice Principal, Clinical Supervisor
Dr. Hu received her MD at Nanhua University, Hengyang, China in 1983. She practiced as a physician and neurologist in Hunan Province Hospital from 1983 to 1989. From 1990 to 2001, she worked as a chief physician and acupuncturist at Hunan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (HUTCM). In 1995 to 1996 she worked in the Chinese Acupuncture-Massage Specialist Group and clinic of HUTCM in Russia, and treated thousands of patients using acupuncture. She was promoted to an Associate Professor of Medicine in 2000. Dr. Hu is a Registered Acupuncturist (R.Ac.) of BC, Canada. Dr. Hu also operates her Acupuncture and Herbology clinical practice at Oshio College.
Mui, Wally, Ph.D., Dr.TCM, Senior Professor:
Dr. Wally Mui was the founder of the International College of TCM, Victoria. He was one of the first acupuncturists to practice TCM in Victoria, BC. He has years of experience in teaching Acupuncture courses and his teaching and knowledge is highly welcome by students. He is the chief instructor teaching acupuncture courses in our college.
Chen, Kai, Ph.D., Dr.TCM, Senior Professor:
Dr. Kai Chen earned his Bachelor of Science degree at the Beijing College of TCM. He then completed his Masters of Medicine at the China Academy of TCM and ultimately, after 11 years of total TCM training, earned his PhD. Dr. Chen has been practicing Traditional Chinese Medicine in China and Canada for more than 27 years and has been teaching in Canada for 14 years and at Oshio College since 2001. He has a great sense of humor and is well loved by the students.
Zhang, Jing, Ph.D., TCM Practitioner, Professor:
Dr. Zhang completed a Bachelor of Medicine degree (specializing in acupuncture and moxibustion), a Master of Medicine degree (specializing in integrating TCM and modern medicine) and a PhD in Internal Medicine of TCM at the Chengdu University of TCM, Sichuan Province, China. Dr. Zhang has extensive experience in teaching, research and clinical practice in the field of Internal Medicine, Gerontology and Rehabilitation as well as the integration of TCM and Western Medicine. From 1999 until 2008, Dr. Zhang worked as a TCM doctor, acupuncturist and teacher at the First Affiliated Hospital of Chengdu University of TCM.
Yu-Lin Chiang, R.TCMP, Instructor , Clinical Supervisor
A graduate of Oshio College with a 4-year TCMP program diploma, Yu-Lin has sound knowledge and experience in supervising acupuncture and herbal clinical practice and teaching acupuncture and herbal courses.
Tyler Stattin, Dong Han Pai Taoism and Qi Gong Instructor
Tyler has over 10 years teaching experience in Traditional Martial Arts and Teaches Dong Han Daoist Qi Gong. He has been trained by Grandmaster Jiang Jing 73rd Patriarch of Dong Han Daoism of Korea. Tyler is a cofounder of Daosource Inc, and organizes classes and seminars for Dong Han Daoist Healing Qi Gong.
Li, Jie, MS, Instructor
Li Jie is an excellent teacher of Mandarin Chinese.
Oshio College Administration
Lisa Cumberland, B.A., R.Ac., Administrator
Graduating from Oshio College with the 5-year Doctor of TCM program diploma, Lisa has years of experience treating patients with a combination of massage, acupuncture and herbal medicine.
Li, Yuhong, MS, Computer Engineer
Yin, Jiayi, B.Sc., Office Administration Assistant
Part Time Instructors
Lijun Song, R.Ac., Instructor
Lijun is one of the best Acupuncture instructors according to the student reviews. She has a wealth of knowledge, and gives great detailed presentations of the points, including the dangerous points, and how to safely needle. She challenges the students to study hard and needle with confidence.
Wong, CK, R.Ac, Instructor
C.K. Wong is very good at treating soft tissue injury with traditional Chinese tui na massage. His hand massage manipulation is very traditional and unique, with great treatment results. He has practiced tui na massage in Hong Kong and Victoria, B.C. for more than 30 years.
Qiao, Xiqing, R.TCMP, Instructor
Graduating from Oshio College with the 4-year TCMP program diploma, Xiqing has sound knowledge and experience in teaching herbal courses.
Wong, Kit R.Ac., Qi Gong Master, , Instructor
Mr. Wong has over 30 years experience in teaching Qi Gong, Chinese Martial Arts, and practicing and teaching Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Alice Thomas, R.Ac., Instructor
Alice received her traditional Chinese medicine education in Hunan University of TCM (HUTCM). She has practiced and taught acupuncture and TCM in Toronto, Vancouver and Dearborn for more than 15 years. Currently she practices acupuncture and TCM in Dearborn, Michigan, USA.
Lee, David, MD, R.TCMP., Instructor
With an MD background and also having finished the 5-year Doctor of TCM program at Oshio College, Dr. Lee has a strong combination of Western medicine and TCM knowledge.
Chen, Franklyn, MD (China), Dr. TCM, Honorary Principal, Instructor
Dr. Chen has 9 years of full time study in traditional Chinese medicine while specializing in acupuncture, herbology and traditional medicine. He has been practicing for more than 26 years in hospitals (China) and private clinics. He has successfully treated thousands of patients with various illnesses and medical disorders. Because of the positive results in treating environmental illness, allergies, asthma, and pain conditions, he has been interviewed regularly by local television, newspaper and radio stations. Every year Dr. Chen attends national and international traditional medicine conferences to present his research papers and exchange knowledge with other practitioners. Dr. Chen is member and Director of several national and provincial acupuncture and traditional medicine associations. In addition to his practice, Dr. Chen has been teaching acupuncture, acupressure, traditional Chinese medicine, nutrition and Chi-Gung (self-healing exercise) for more than 26 years. He is also one of the two founders of the Canadian College of Natural Medicine and the S-T Natural Medicine and Acupuncture Centre, located in Bedford, NS (www.acupuncture-ns.com), the largest and earliest Acupuncture clinic in the areas, one of our two stations in the Atlantic Canada. Additionally, Dr. Chen is doing Ph. D level research on Traditional Chinese Medicine at Hei Long Jiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China.
Dr. Hong Zhang, Guest Professor
Dr. Zhang is a professor of Chengdu University of TCM, Chengdu, Sichuan, China.
MacKean, Lynne, B.Sc., P.T., MD, FRCPC, CASM Diploma in Sports Medicine, Guest Lecturer
Dr. Lynne MacKean is a specialist in physical medicine & rehabilitation and sports medicine. The focus of her practice is on the non-surgical management of musculoskeletal conditions, including sport related injuries and spine injuries. Dr. MacKean is an expert in performing cortisone injections and trigger point injections. She can order and interpret bone scans, CT scans and MRI scans. She also does medical-legal and third party consultations.
Yi, Wang, R.Ac., Ph.D, Guest Lecturer
Wang Yi completed his Master’s Degree in Medicine at Chengdu College of TCM. He went on to receive his Ph.D in Medicine at Chengdu University of TCM in 1995. He was an associate professor from 1995-1999 and practiced and researched for over 10 years in China. He has extensive experience in teaching, research and clinical practice in the field of Internal Medicine and Gerontology as well as the integration of TCM and Western Medicine.
|Ting, Wenjuan, B.Sc., Guest Lecturer|