Wu Zhongchao: TCM Syndrome Treatment for Cold Pain in Knee

Wu Zhongchao, the chief physician of the Acupuncture and Moxibustion Hospital of the Chinese Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the national famous old Chinese medicine Wu Zhongchao inheritance studio. Wu Jingchao, Beijing Youchunkang Medical Research Institute, the famous doctor of the National Medical University, knee pain is mostly related to knee osteoarthritis, or its early manifestations. It belongs to the category of TCM Bibi. I am based on the theory of traditional Chinese medicine, especially the application of the meridian theory, which can effectively treat knee osteoarthritis and relieve clinical symptoms including knee pain. 1. Acupuncture and moxibustion therapy is the essence of Chinese culture. Acupuncture is the essence of traditional Chinese medicine. TCM acupuncture has been included in the World Intangible Cultural Heritage List, and I am also one of the experts in the application of TCM acupuncture in the Chinese government. At present, Chinese acupuncture and moxibustion have been widely used to treat various diseases in 183 countries and regions in the world. TCM acupuncture is also an important Chinese medicine method for treating osteoarthritis of the knee. It has unique curative effect and magic mechanism. In addition to traditional acupuncture and moxibustion, traditional Chinese medicine acupuncture based on modern technology such as electroacupuncture, electrothermal acupuncture and moxibustion, fire needles with various new materials, and small needles developed based on the acupuncture needles and round needles in the ancient nine needles Widely used for needle knife etc. In view of the cold nature and symptoms of this disease, clinical supplementation is mainly based on warming, warming, warming, and warming. Most of my treatments for pain and bone and joint diseases based on meridian theory belong to the category of traditional Chinese medicine acupuncture. My long-term clinical summary and application of the following stimuli are all in the category of acupuncture: (1) The use of fire acupuncture to treat knee paralysis and other arthralgias requires examination of the level of acupuncture method, Wentong acupuncture method, collateral acupuncture method, multi-dimensional acupuncture method, etc. (2) Treatment of knee paralysis and other arthralgia with meridian pulse acupuncture, multi-dimensional acupuncture, acupuncture, point acupuncture, focal point acupuncture, anatomy, etc. (3) Long-term mild moxibustion for the treatment of knee paralysis and other arthralgia with moxibustion. Quick multiple moxibustion repeated reports. (4) The preferred medicine moxibustion for the treatment of knee paralysis and other arthralgia partition moxibustion with multi-compartment moxibustion, the preparation of a warm patch, the preparation of the medicine moxibustion medium, etc. 2. Physical therapy uses a variety of physical methods, as well as massage, etc., and it also has a certain effect on reducing the symptoms of cold and pain in knee osteoarthropathy. As a family and an individual, it can be properly used under the guidance of a doctor. My clinical practice emphasizes that the basic concept of physical therapy for knee paralysis and other paralysis is more than five: one is to emphasize the multi-temperature treatment, the second is to emphasize the multi-ribbing method, the third is to emphasize the multi-menstrual method, the fourth is to emphasize the multi-discrimination method, the fifth is to emphasize Distinguishing the disease and applying the method 3. Oral and external use of traditional Chinese medicine Oral and external use of traditional Chinese medicine can better solve the symptoms of cold and pain of knee joint disease and the treatment of primary disease on different levels. Regarding the pathogenesis of this disease, Chinese medicine believes that it is mostly true and false. The so-called positive deficiency refers to the function of the body is low, the organs and organs of the viscera, qi and blood are not capable of moistening, or the old is deficient, and the tissues such as meridians and bones deteriorate with age. The so-called evil fact still has a certain amount of cold and damp evil invading the meridians and meridians. Chinese medicine has a history of thousands of years of understanding of the pathological pathogenesis of joint pain such as knee joints. Overall, it is believed that the deficiency of liver and blood is weak, the main muscles are weak, the spleen deficiency cannot control its muscles, and the deficiency of kidney qi cannot control the bones. It is the liver, spleen, and kidney. Deficiency is the main factor, and the cure should be the main factor, as well as warming the cold and removing dampness. In this way, correcting evil spirits, enhancing physical fitness, and balancing yin and yang can effectively treat cold and pain in knee and joint diseases. Knee cold, although partly due to physical factors, but most of them are caused by disease factors. In view of the degenerative, cold, stubborn, and dysfunctional nature of this disease, we should strive to achieve hybrid treatment, and I recommend using as few treatments as possible. Therefore, the combination of internal and external treatment, combination of acupuncture and medicine, moxibustion is necessary. The same is true of my clinical treatment. For the arthralgia of a single joint such as a knee joint, six points of external treatment and four quarters of internal treatment are required; for bilateral knee joints and other arthritis of multiple joint pains, six points of internal and external treatment and four quarters of external treatment are required. In short, the combination of internal and external governance is better than a single treatment. I also serve as the chairman of the Chinese and Chinese Medicine Association Internal and External Treatment Professional Committee. I have more ideas and methods on the treatment of chronic diseases, intractable diseases, intractable diseases, systemic diseases and other diseases with the combination of traditional Chinese medicine and Chinese and Western medicine. Requirements and experience. &nbsp.