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WFAS Tokyo/Tsukuba 2016 International Conference
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WFAS Tokyo / Tsukuba 2016 International Conference of World Federation Of Acupuncture - Moxibustion Societies (WFAS)

           The Art of Acupuncture and Moxibustion- For sustainable health care and health promotion November 5-6, 2016
         Tsukuba International Congress Center, Japan

Organized by:

World Federation of Acupuncture-Moxibustion Societies(WFAS)
China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences(CACMS)
Hosted by:

The Japan of Acupuncture and Moxibustion (JSAM)
The Japan Traditional Acupuncture and Moxibustion Society (JSAMS)
Co-hosted by:

China Association of Acupuncture and Moxibustion(CAAM)

 

http://www.wfasjapan2016.org

Local Organizing Committee Members

President:
Shuji Goto(The Japan Society of Acupuncture and Moxibustion, JSAM)

Head of Vice President:
Shuichi Katai(The Japan Traditional Acupuncture and Moxibustion Society, JTAMS)

Vice Presidents:
Hisao Sugita (All-Japan Acupuncture,Moxibustion&Massage Association)
Hirokazu Nakano (Japan Acupuncture & Moxibustion Association)
Ayumi Sakamoto (Japan College Association of Oriental Medicine)
Yoshiki Takeshita (Japan Federation of the Blind)
Isao Hirao (The All Nippon Hospital Physical Therapy Association)
Katstumi Kurihara (Japan Association of Massage&Acupuncture Teachers)
Akihiro Ogata (Japanese Society of Oriential Physiotherapy)
Tatsushi Ito (The Japanese Society of Ryodouraku Medicine)
Akizo Okada (Traditional Japanese Medicine)
Koryo Nakada (Toyo Hari Medical Association)
Shoji Kobayashi (Shakuju Association)
Kaoru Sakatani (Japan Traditional Chinese Medicine Association)
Tomofumi Ozaki (The Japan Conference of Clinical Acupuncture and Moxibustion)

Special Advisors:
Hiroshi Sato (The Japan Society for Oriental Medicine)
Tadashi Hisamitsu (Showa University)
Tadashi Yano (JSAM)

Honorary Advisors:
Yukio Kurosu (JSAM)
Kiichiro Tsutani (JSAM)

Secretary General:
Ikuro Wakayama (JSAM)

Deputy Secretary General:
Kengo Nakata (JTAMS)

Members:
Takao Saito (JSAM)
Hitoshi Yamashita (JSAM)
Fumihiko Fukuda (JSAM)
Naoto Ishizaki (JSAM)
Yoji Shimizu (JSAM)
Toshihiro Togo (JSAM)
Naoya Ono (JSAM)
Yasushi Hada (JSAM)
Hatsue Fujibayashi (JSAM)
Masao Togasaki (JTAMS, JSAM)
Shoji Shinohara (JTAMS, JSAM)
Munenori Saito (JTAMS, JSAM)
Tadashi Watsuji (JTAMS, JSAM)
Takahiro Funamizu (JTAMS, JSAM)

Adviser:
Akihiko Okada (INF Planning)

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Tsukuba International Congress Center
Address:2-20-3,Takezono,Tsukuba,Ibaraki,305-0032,Japan
Tel:+81-29-861-0001/Fax:+81-29-861-1209

Contact
WFAS2016 Secretariat
c/o ICS Convention Design, Inc.
Tel : +81-3-3219-3541
Fax: +81-3-3219-3577
E-mail : wfas2016@ics-inc.co.jp
URL : http://www.wfasjapan2016.org
Facebook URL:
https://www.facebook.com/wfas.tokyo.tsukuba2016.en

The Secretariat of WFAS
Lei Li,Liu Jingyuan
Tel: +86-010-87194954   +86-010-87194955
Fax: +86-10-64018354
E-mail: academic@wfas.org.cn; office@wfas.org.cn 
Website: http://www.wfas.org.cn

Objectives of the Conference

The Art of Acupuncture and Moxibustion
   -For sustainable health care and health ptomotion
                                 Shuji Goto
           President, WFAS Tokyo/Tsukuba 2016

The history of acupuncture and moxibustion reveals their development based on tradition and innovation. During the Neolithic era the Henseki was invented in China. The Henseki is said to be one of the first hand-made medical tools used to fight some forms of illness developed through creative imagination. As civilization advanced through the Bronze and Iron ages, the treatment and tools of acupuncture were developed in accordance with timely innovations. Acupuncture was a practical and effective medical treatment at that time. As civilization moved forward it continued to be improved.

Knowledge and information of treatment and care experience accumulated for many centuries has been analyzed and eventually systematized as an oriental medical philosophy. It deals with the quest and search of the substance of life even in science and philosophy in the field of space physics. As we look into the development and innovation of its treatment skills, theories and tools we consider the relationship of nature, the social environment and the balance of illness and health.

Today acupuncture medicine is spreading as an integral part of integrated medicine which requires close collaboration with western medicine. Oriental medicine is now known to be useful in the fields of disaster emergency care, care for the aged, terminal care, preventive medicine and the overall health of individuals.

Acupuncture medicine, as one of the oldest forms of medical treatment, has continued to develop and is widely accepted worldwide. Its focus on the latest notion of a healthful life makes a definite contribution to the wide diversity of different cultures.

The future of acupuncture medicine will continue to develop while calling on us to solidify the connections between life, survival and health care. These actions will continue to sustain the value of acupuncture as a positive medical resource. We should not limit ourselves in the framework of tradition itself. We must stay flexible as we deal with changes in medicine and social development while showing our dynamic contribution to the model of sustainable health care.

The “Art of Acupuncture and Moxibustion” has for many centuries helped sustain the shining power of life. The “Art of Acupuncture and Moxibustion” lives on with a very bright future.

Keynote Speakers

1.The Past, Present and Future of Acupuncture and Moxibustion of TCM
Prof. Baoyan Liu
(President, World Federation of Acupuncture and Moxibustion Societies, China)

2.Formation of Japanese Acupuncture and Role of Acupuncture in Future Society
-From the Viewpoints of History, Education and Research-
Prof. Tadashi Yano
(Professor, Meiji University of Integrative Medicine, Japan)

3.Characteristics of Japanese Acupuncture and its Effect on Bioregulatory Systems
Prof. Kenji Kawakita
(Professor, Meiji University of Integrative Medicine, Japan)

4.Acupuncture as an Adjunct to IVF Findings from a Randomised Controlled Trial
Prof. Caroline Smith
(Professor, National Institute of Complementary Medicine, University of Western Sydney, Australia )

5.The Role of Acupuncture for Disaster Refugees
Prof. Toku Takahashi
(Professor, Department of Surgery Medical College Of Wisconsin, USA, Takahashi, Clinic of Integrative Medicine, Japan)

6. Sustainable Health Care and the Expectations to Integrative Medicine, Acupuncture and Moxibustion
Prof. Yoshinori Hiroi
(Professor, Faculty of Law, Politics and Economics, Chiba University, Japan)

7. Mind of Zen Philosophy
Zen Master. Daito Noda
(Zen Buddhism priest, Japan)



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