Traditional Chinese Medicine Department
Founded in 1973, the department of Traditional Chinese Medicine is one of the earliest TCM pediatric specialties established in Zhejiang province. There are 11 doctors in the department, including 1 chief physician, 7 attending physicians, and 3 resident physicians.
The department provides standardized training for residents in accordance with the requirements of Zhejiang Provincial Administration of TCM, and regularly provides advanced training for doctors. Pediatric TCM team has rich experience in the diagnosis and treatment on common and frequently-occurring diseases in pediatrics, serving patients from Zhejiang and surrounding provinces and cities.
Pediatric massage clinics and torticollis massage clinics are available on both Binjiang and Hubin campuses. Pediatric massage is suitable for the treatment of repeated respiratory infections, indigestion, anorexia, stagnation, constipation, night crying and other diseases to improve patient outcomes. The torticollis massage has a good effect on the treatment of congenital muscular torticollis and habitual torticollis.
Adhering to TCM principle of treating before diseases attack, preventive interventions to cough, rhinitis and repeated respiratory tract infections which are susceptible in winter season are provided during summer time to reduce the incidence of diseases.
(1) Pediatric respiratory diseases: asthma, chronic cough, chronic rhinitis and repeated respiratory infections, etc.
(2) Pediatric digestive diseases: indigestion, anorexia, constipation, chronic gastroenteritis, etc.
(3) Pediatric developmental abnormalities: precocious puberty and puberty menstruation, etc.
(4) Pediatric kidney rheumatism: pediatric nephropathy, allergic purpura, etc.
(5) Pediatric surgical diseases: appendix abscess, cholelithiasis, etc.
(1) Specialized in the treatment of repeated respiratory infections, chronic cough, chronic diarrhea, and using Chinese herbal to treat kidney diseases, immune system diseases and blood system diseases, in cooperating with Western medicine.
(2) During summer time, preventive interventions to cough, rhinitis and repeated respiratory tract infections which are susceptible in winter season are provided to reduce the incidence of diseases.
(3) Using integrated Chinese and Western medicine for some pediatric surgical diseases such as appendix abscess, cholelithiasis, acute and chronic pancreatitis, etc.
(4) Treating enuresis in children with integrated Chinese and Western medicine.
(5) Using massage to treat congenital muscular torticollis and habitual torticollis.
(6) Using a number of external methods of embedding acupuncture points, acupuncture, moxibustion, cupping, and ear points to treat child obesity, enuresis, allergic rhinitis, cough and other diseases.
The department actively carries out basic research on individualized treatment, patient followup, and treating chronic and complicated pediatric diseases with TCM