Topic: Application of Eight Confluential Points in treatment of Bi syndrome

Prof. Peilin Sun


Professor Sun Peilin has been engaged in TCM clinical practice and teaching for 40 years. He used to teach at the International Acupuncture Training Center, Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine after his graduation from his Masters study in 1988. Since the end of 1990 he has been settled in Belgium.
Currently Prof. Sun teaches in Belgium and other European countries, such as the Netherlands, Germany, France, Austria, Switzerland, Norway, Turkey and Poland, as well as Canada and other countries. Meanwhile he is a visiting professor at a number China Universities of Chinese Medicine and tutor on the PhD degree.
Prof. Sun published more than seventy articles in different international medical journals. He has published 7 books, including one book recently published – The Pathogenesis and Treatment of COVID-19 and Long COVID with Traditional Chinese Medicine.


Bi syndrome is a type of disease caused by the invasion of wind, cold, and damp at the same time into the human body, resulting in symptoms such as soreness, pain, numbness, stiffness in the limbs and muscles, and even joint swelling and burning sensation. In the early and middle stages, the main pathogenesis is the loss of nourishment in the tendons, vessels, and joints, and the obstruction of Qi and blood, while in the later stages, the internal zang-fu organs may also be affected, making the pathogenesis extremely complicated and showing progressive or recurrent features. In addition to the use of Chinese herbal medicine to dispel external pathogenic factors, close cooperation with effective acupuncture treatment methods is necessary due to the extensive range of affected areas. The timely and reasonable use of the Eight Confluential Points can effectively treat Bi syndrome.
This presentation will focus on the advantages, indications, usage procedures, related acupoints, and case analysis of using the Eight Confluential Points to treat Bi syndrome, and thus share the author’s decades of clinical experience in treating Bi syndrome with everyone.


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