Feng Runshen (1929-)
Feng Runshen, a native of Ningjin County, Hebei Province, was born in April of 1929. He went to an old-style private school when he was young. But he was obliged to discontinue his studies because of his poverty. Influenced by his uncle, a doctor of traditional Chinese medicine, he became an apprentice in the Huazhou Pharmacy in Taiyuan. In the winter of 1945, lie was admitted to the training course for medical workers of Taiyuan. After he passed the examination for doctors in Baotou municipal­ity in 1949, he practised medicine in Baotou. He was appointed by the Public Health Bureau of the Suiyuan Region as the principal of Suidong Central Banner Hospital. In 1960, Feng did a special course of Internal Classic in Beijing College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He was transferred to the Chinese-Mongolian Medical Institute of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region in 1962. In his clinical acupuncture practice, he put forward a proposal of acupuncture standardization and the importance of peculiarity of meridians and points. He maintained the comprehensive treatment of the combination of acupuncture and medicine. Feng has been engaged in research work of the theory of "Ziwuliuzhu" and has sound judgement about it. At present, he is a committee member of the All-China Commission for the Systematization and Research of the Theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine, a member of the Chinese Acupuncture Society, a member of the Standing Committee of the Society of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, director of the Society of Acupunc­ture of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, and the vice-chief physician of the Institute of Chinese-Mongolia Medicine. (source : Essentials of Contemporary Chinese Acupuncturist Clinical Experience. Beijing : Foreign Languages.1989)


1- gera: 22082/di/cg
 ON TIME-SPACE STRUCTURE IN ACUPUNCTURE. FENG RUNSHEN. in selections from article abstracts on acupuncture and moxibustion, beijing. 1987;:226 (eng).
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 EXPOSITION OF PENETRATING ACUPUNCTURE WITH LONG NEEDLES. FENG RUNSHEN. essentials of contemporary chinese acupuncturists’ clinical experiences, foreign lang. 1989;:94-105 (eng).