WANG LETING

Wang Leting (1896-1984)

Wang Leting (1896-1984), born in Xianghe County, Hebei Province, was enthusias­tic about acupuncture since his childhood, and was apprenticed to a well-known acupuncturist, Chen Suqing. He had undertaken clinical acupuncture treatment for more than fifty years. Since 1929, in clinic, he advocated, treating radically, the stomach is the base, in treating paralysis, take Du Meridian first, and regulating qi first in case of affection by wind, qi circulates then the wind will be gone. Shu points of the five zang organs used in combination with Geshu, Wang’s Jiaji prescription, Du Meridian thirteen needles prescription, and old ten points prescription were his exper­ienced prescriptions and his exploration in the treatment of windstroke, traumatic paraplegia and gastro-intestinal diseases. He was a professor and chief of the Acupunc­ture.(source : Essentials of Contemporary Chinese Acupuncturist Clinical Experience. Beijing : Foreign Languages.1989).

Golden Needle Wang Le-ting: A 20th Century Master’s Approach to Acupuncture. Yu Hui-chan & Han Fu-ru. Traduction: Shuai, Xue-zhong. Boulder: Blue Poppy Press; 1997. [gera:94008].
Wang Le-ting was one of the architects of modern Chinese acupuncture. Wang created many new acupuncture treatment protocols useful in the treatment of chronic, difficult to treat conditions including paralysis and atrophy due to organic disease (MS, lupus, ALS, etc.), cerebrovascular accident, and traumatic injury to the spinal cord. This book is an account of his special acupuncture theories and contains his most effective, innovative treatment protocols, representative case histories, and Wang’s analysis of point selection. It is also a mine of clinically useful, step-by-step acupuncture protocols.
 


Aiguille d’or de 6 cun dans le traitement des lymphadénites cervicales : du 11GI (quchi) vers le 14GI (binao). Technique de Wang Leting.

Wang Leting. Treatment of scrofula, windstroke and paraplegia in Essentials of contemporary chinese acupuncturists’ clinical experiences. Beijing: Foreign Languages Press. 1989:26-36.

Li Zheng-ping. [Clinical effect observation of qianzheng fang of Wang Le-ting treating facial paralysis: 196 cases reported ]. journal of clinical acupuncture and moxibustion. 2003;19(11):3.

The Method of Wang Leting inTreatment of ALS (sclérose latérale amyotrophique) with chinese medicine. Dharmananda S.