Wei Fengpo (1928-)
Wei Fengpo was born on December 25, 1928 in Yingkou of Liaoning Province. He studied in the China Medical University from 1948 to 1952. After graduation he was assigned to work in the Xiehe Hospital which was affiliated to the South China Tongji Medical College. In 1957, he started working with Zhu Shimo, a well-known traditional Chinese medical doctor in the TCM Department of the hospital. During the period between 1962 to 1965, he studied Traditional Chinese Medicine in a course offered to Western doctors in the Hubei College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. After finishing the course, he started his practice in the Acupuncture Department of the Affiliated Hospital of Hubei College of TCM. In 1973, he received one year’s further training in the Brain Department and the Department of Neurology of Tianjin Medical College. Between 1974 and 1976, as a member of a-medical team aiding foreign countries, Dr. Wei worked in the acupuncture department of a hospital in Algeria.He has accumulated experience in simultaneous needling of two points and selec­tion of specific points in the treatment of disease. He has published more than ten papers and compiled Acupuncture and Moxibustion, which is a part of the book called New Compilation of Clinical Traditional Chinese Medicine.Dr. Wei is now the deputy director of the Acupuncture Department of the Hubei  College of Traditional Chinese Mddicme and associate professor. (source : Essentials of Contemporary Chinese Acupuncturist Clinical Experience. Beijing : Foreign Languages.1989).

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 [CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL RESEACH ON 150 CASE OF MIGRAINE TREATED BY ACUPUNCTURE]. WEI FENGPO ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1988;8(5):27 (chi*).
 This article presents acupuncture therapy for treating 150 cases of migraine. The treatment has obtained 50. 67% cases cured, 37. 33% marked effectiveness and 97. 33% total effective rate. Bilateral Yifeng were selected and the depth of the needling ranged from 1. 5 to 2 cun. The manipulation was more rotation but less lifting and thrusting of needles. It was required to conduct the needling sensation to the throat or the root of the tongue. Needles were retained for 20 minutes. If the needling sensation was not remarkable, electric acupuncture apparatus should be connected with the needles for 20 minutes. The rheoencephalogram found that after the acupuncture treatment, patient’s rheoencephalograms have been markedly improved.
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 SIMULTANEOUS NEEDLING OF TWO ACUPOINTS AND SELECTION OF SPECIFIC POINTS. WEI FENGPO. essentials of contemporary chinese acupuncturists’ clinical experiences, foreign lang. 1989;:614-26 (eng).
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