YANG JIASAN

Yang Jiasan (1919-2001)

Dr. Yang Jiasan was born in Wujin County, Jiangsu Province on January 2, 1919. He was very interested in medicine in his childhood and learned from Dr. Wu Birigsen. After his apprentice he followed a famous acupuncturist Cheng Dan’an to learn acupuncture. In 1936, he graduated from the China Wuxi Acupuncture Training Course, and since then has been practising medicine in Wujin County, Jiangsu Prov­ince. For more than fifty years, Dr. Yang has contributed a great deal to the study of the location of the Shu points, the clinical indicating features, the combination of acupoints and manipulations of acupuncture and moxibustion. He adopted and brought forth a lot of new ideas. He was the editor-in-chief of the book The Shu Points. Based on the book Yang Jiasan’s Experience in Selection of Acupoints the film Methodology in Selection of Acupoints won the second class award of the Ministry of Public Health in 1985. In 1962, working together with Mr. Yue Meizhong, he cured the former President of Indonesia Sukarno’s disease with traditional Chinese herbs and acupunc­ture. Now he is standing member of Beijing College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, deputy chairman of the Academic Committee, member of the Standing Committee of the All-China Acupuncture Association, member of the Merl ical Science Association of the Ministry of Public Health. He was a representative of thk. Third National People’s Conference and member of the fifth and sixth Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference. (source : Essentials of Contemporary Chinese Acupuncturist Clinical Experience. Beijing : Foreign Languages.1989)

Biographie

Liu Qingguo. [Prominent physician Yang Jiasan]. Journal of Henan University of Chinese Medicine. 2003;18(108):.8.

Liu Qing-Guo. [Professor Yang Jia-San, a famous acupuncture and moxibustion specialist of China in the present age]. Chinese Acupuncture and Moxibustion. 2008;28(4):297.

Publications

Yang Jiasan. The way to locate acu-points. Foreign Languages Press,Beijing. 1982:72P.

  1. Yang Jiasan. The way to locate acu-points. Foreign Languages Press,Beijing. 1982:72P.
  2. Yang Jiasan. [Indications pour l’utilisation et la combinaison des points des 14 meridiens principaux]. Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine. 1982;23(3):40.
  3. Yang Jiasan. The generality and specificity of the functions of acupoints of the 14 channels. Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine,Beijing. 1984:9P.
  4. Yang Jiasan. L’insertion de l’aiguille hao d’une seule main. Journal de MTC. 1985;1:41-7.
  5. Yang Jia San. Principaux types de lombalgies. In Congres de Vannes 1986, Cercle Sinologique de l’Ouest, Rennes. 1986:11-28.
  6. Yang Jia San. Etude de cas cliniques. In Congres de Vannes 1986, Cercle Sinologique de L’ouest, Rennes. 1987:52-73.
  7. Yang Jia San. A partir de la 25ème difficulté du nan jing : théorie maitre du cœur – triple réchauffeur. In Congres de Vannes 1986, Cercle Sinologique de l’Ouest, Rennes. 1987:2-10.
  8. Yang Jia San. Les insomnies. In Congres de Vannes 1986, Cercle Sinologique de l’Ouest, Rennes. 1987:29-36.
  9. Yang Jia San. Petites utilisations courantes avec les points jing. In Congres de Vannes 1986, Cercle Sinologique de l’Ouest, Rennes. 1987:47-51.
  10. Yang Jia San. Action des points xue. In Congres de Vannes 1986, Cercle Sinologique de l’Ouest, Rennes. 1987:37-46.
  11. Yang Jiasan. Studies of selecting of points, combination of points and the manipulations. Essentials of Contemporary Chinese Acupuncturists’ Clinical Experiences, Foreign Languages Press. 1989:233-49.
  12. Tian Lifang et al. [Dr. Yang jiasan’s experiences on applications of back shu acupoints]. Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine. 1991;32(3):25.
  13. Tian Lifang Et al. Dr. yang jiasan’s experience in applying the back-shu points. Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine. 1995;15(1):42-5.
  14. Tian Lifang, Yang Jiasan. Application de la théorie du triple réchauffeur en clinique d’acupuncture. Journal de Medecine Traditionelle Chinoise. 2005;1(3):46.
  15. Zhang Qinping, Yang Jiasan. Réflexion théorique sur l’acuponcture utilisation du diagnostic différentiel par les cinq points shu des douze méridiens. Journal de Medecine Traditionnelle Chinoise. 2006;2(1):64.