Welcome to the Salustino Z Wong Holistic Clinic: your gateway to the excellence of
Traditional Chinese Medicine in Lisbon
Discover the ancient wisdom of Chinese Medicine at the Salustino Z Wong Health Clinic. We are dedicated to harmonizing your body, mind and spirit through time-honored therapies and holistic practices.
Salustino Z. Wong
Doctor of Chinese Medicine. Director of Jing Fang Classics Institute and Chen Tai Ji Hong Method Association.
Traditional Chinese Medicine in Lisbon
Embark on a journey towards well-being at the Salustino Z Wong Holistic Clinic, where the rich tapestry of ancient Chinese medicine is revealed. Our clinic is a sanctuary dedicated to the art of harmonising the intricate symphony of body, mind and spirit. Guided by time-honoured therapies and holistic practices, we invite you to delve into the profound wisdom that has been passed down through generations.
At Salustino Z Wong Holistic Clinic, we believe in a holistic approach to health and well-being. Our experienced practitioners draw on the deep roots of Traditional Chinese Medicine, combining traditional techniques with modern insights to create a personalized, comprehensive approach to healing. Whether you seek relief from a specific illness, want to improve your overall vitality, or simply want to explore the deep interconnectedness of your being, our dedicated team is here to guide you.
Nestled in a peaceful environment, our clinic offers a serene and supportive space for your transformative journey. From acupuncture and herbal remedies to therapeutic exercise and dietary guidance, each element of our treatments is carefully designed to restore balance and promote the natural flow of energy within your body.
The Salustino Z Wong Holistic Clinic is more than a place of healing; it is a refuge where ancient wisdom meets contemporary care. Enter a realm where the essence of Traditional Chinese Medicine reveals itself, embracing the timeless principles that promote harmony, balance and vitality. Your path to holistic well-being begins here, at the crossroads between tradition and modernity.
LECTURER Prof. SALUSTINO Z. WONG Salustino Z. Wong is the director of the Jing Fang Classics Institute, a Physician and Professor of Traditional Chinese Medicine specializing in the study of the Shang Han Lun. He completed his doctorate studies at Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine during his 20 years in China and had the opportunity to study with many great masters, one of them was the renowned Prof. Huang Huang, whom Salustino has been a disciple of since 2001. Salustino has dedicated the last 17 years to the dissemination of Jing Fang for its authenticity, effectiveness and simplicity of prescription. His teachings are present throughout Europe and South America.
History of Jing Fang, classical theoretical concepts (Six Levels, Yin Yang, Five Theory of movements).
• Jing Fang’s clinical concepts; Formula Families, Plant Syndrome, Constitutions & Formula Syndrome. Properties, entered levels, indications and contraindications of individual herbs. Dosage, modifications and combinations of herbal prescriptions.
• Formula Families of Gui zhi, Fu Ling, Chai Hu, Ban Xia, Huang Qi, Gan Jiang, Fu Zi, Da Huang, Huang Lian and Ma Huang.
• Pulse palpation, abdominal palpation, observation of the tongue, body and face configurations in relation to constitutional diagnosis.
• Preparation and tasting of formulas.
• Practical patient analysis with live clinical data and clinical cases from famous doctors.
Total 399 hours
What is Traditional Chinese Medicine?
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a system of medicine that has been practised for thousands of years in China and other parts of East Asia. It encompasses a range of practices including herbal medicine, acupuncture, massage (tui na), exercise (qigong), and dietary therapy.
Traditional Chinese Medicine is based on the concept of Qi (pronounced “chee”), which is the vital energy that flows through the body along pathways called meridians. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) theory, illness and disease occur when the flow of Qi is disrupted or imbalanced. Treatment in TCM aims to restore the balance and flow of Qi within the body.
Herbal medicine is a major component of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), where specific combinations of herbs are used to address imbalances and promote holistic health. Acupuncture involves the insertion of thin needles into specific points along the body’s meridians to stimulate and regulate the flow of Qi. Massage, exercise, and dietary therapy are also used to support overall health and well-being in Traditional Chinese Medicine.
While TCM has been practised for centuries and continues to be widely used, its concepts and practices are sometimes viewed with scepticism by Western medical practitioners who prioritize evidence-based medicine. However, research into various aspects of Traditional Chinese Medicine, such as acupuncture and herbal medicine, continues to grow, and there is increasing interest in integrating certain Traditional Chinese Medicine practices into conventional medical care.