Past Webinar Recording: TCM to Stimulate Patients’ Innate Healing Power and Combat Contagious Diseases

Event Highlights

According to a recent clinical study, 76% of patients had at least one of the following symptoms:

— Fatigue/muscle weakness (63%),
— difficulty sleeping,
— difficulty with smell and taste,
— trouble with mobility, and
— low immunity.

The unique theory and practice of Traditional Chinese medicine serve to regulate the physiological and immunological system, thereby reducing the possibility of contracting the virus again. Join me to learn how TCM can help patients with the post-covid syndrome.

Event Recording

And, the post-session Q&A. Many questions that didn’t have time to answer on May 24th, this clip makes up for the missing answers.

Webinar Host

Dr. Gigi Shames is a Doctor of Natural Health. Ms. Shames is also a Licensed Acupuncturist. She graduated in 2008 from Five Branches University and had a private practice from 2008 to 2019, then became Head of Acupuncture at Modern Acupuncture of Marin in 2019. Her specializations include integrative medicine, mental health, and TCM education.


Ching Ching Chi is a DAOM, Ph.D. Graduate of Zhejiang TCM University and licensed acupuncturist and herbalist in the state of California. Ching specializes in pain management, diabetes and its complication, stroke rehabilitation, cancer care and autoimmune disease. Ching is currently teaching in the Departments of TCM Theory and TCM Acupuncture.

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