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Theme: Exploring Innovations in Traditional Medicine

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Event Location

Sydney, Australia

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Performers / Professionals From Around The Globe

Conference Speaker

Lirane Carneiro-Suliano

Federal University of Parana

Conference Speaker

Martin Michel Perras

Oaktree Health

Conference Speaker

Jingduan Yang

Thomas Jefferson University

Conference Speaker

Yi-Chuan Liu

Midwest College of Oriental Medicine

Conference Speaker

Subbiah Poopathi

Indian Council of Medical Research India

Conference Speaker

Russell W Jessup

Texas A&M University USA

Conference Speaker

Chittipong Tipbunjong

Mahidol University

Conference Speaker

Sandeep Arora

Chitkara University

Conference Speaker

Thomas A. Little

Thomas A. Little Consulting

Conference Speaker

Alicia Tebar

Azbil Telstar

Conference Speaker

Mohammed R Khan

Synergex Consulting

Conference Speaker

Gerald de Fontenay


Tracks & Key Topics

Traditional Medicine 2019

About Conference

EuroSciCon welcomes all to attend the 9th International Conference on Traditional Medicine 2019 which will be held from

16th-17th September 2019 Sydney, Australia. Traditional  Medicine 201conference aims to gather leading educational scientists, researchers, people working in the field of Traditional, Chinese and Alternative Medicine and research students to exchange & share their research and innovative ideas and results/findings in the field of Traditional Medicine.

Theme: Exploring Innovations in Traditional Medicine.

Sessions & Tracks

Traditional Medicines disciplines

Societies throughout the world have progressive cultural practices and knowledge focused on maintaining or restoring the spiritual and physical well-being of its peoples through the use of medicines. There are different methods to healing which have been defined as western, alternative, and or traditional medicine. All disciplines have contributed a wealth of knowledge towards our understanding and improvement of health and well-being; however, we will be focusing on traditional medicine as it has strong historical, spiritual, and cultural roots within First Nation.
  • Mind and Body Therapy
  • Aroma Therapy
  • Nutritional Medicines

Tribal Medicine


Tribal medicine is a part of Traditional medicine and is mainly practiced by the tribes in the forest. It is still in the primitive form. A study about tribal medicine will be incomplete without the upbringing of traditional medicine. Traditional medicine has been wide spread in every country since the beginning of the civilization. The tribes who lived in isolation practiced their own system of medicine, which is known as tribal medicine or ethno medicine.


Research in Traditional Medicine 

The use of Traditional Medicine has been drastically increasing worldwide, but the research in this area is still very insufficient with a lot of difficulties concerning the studies conducted. Most of the Traditional Medicine mediations use difficult methods such as individualized diagnosis and treatment, botanical medications which leads to more complexity not emphasizing on maximizing the body’s innate ability to heal itself and a “whole systems” approach, wherein the physical, mental, and spiritual attributes of a patient are underlined, rather than a focus on the disease.

Future guidelines include

  1. Policy making and standardization

  2. Training of researchers in Traditional Medicine with a combination of conventional research methods and those relevant exclusively to Traditional Medicine

  3. Financing research in Traditional Medicine and guidelines for writing and reviewing research grant proposals, and planning and designing studies in Traditional Medicine.The ultimate goal of research is to assimilate traditional medicine into healthcare with enough knowledge about the safety, Mechanism of Action and efficacy of traditional medicine systems.


Nutrition Therapy (NT)

 Nutrition therapy is the use of specific nutrition services to treat an disease, damage, or condition & Association to better articulate the nourishment therapy process. It involves the assessment of the nutritional status of the client and the actual dealing, which includes nutrition therapy, counseling, and the use of exact nourishment, complements recorded dietitians ongoing consuming MNT as a dietary intervention for avoiding or considering other health conditions that are caused by or made worse by unhealthy eating habits.  On the other hand, Nutritional Therapy is a broader term describing nutrition in a medical context.

·         Clinical Nutrition

·         Healthy diet

·         Chinese food therapy



Unani Medicine

Unani medicine is also known as the Unani Tibb or Islamic medicine. The theory states that it is the traditional system of healing and maintenance of health which is mainly observed in South Asia. The practice of Unani completely relies on natural healing, the basic principles being harmony and balance which unites the physical, mental, and spiritual realms. The primary goal of Unani treatment is to abolish various disorders and ailments and to normalize and balance external factors such as air, water, food etc.

Traditional Acupuncture Therapy

From thousands of years Acupuncture has been practiced in China and other Asian countries. It involves stimulating specific points on the body. This is most often done by inserting thin needles through the skin. Acupuncture reduces nausea and vomiting and relieves body pain after surgery and chemotherapy. It increases the activity of our body's pain-relieving chemicals.

Homeopathy in Medical Treatment

Homeopathy is a strategy of therapeutic treatment in the false view that certain infections can be cured by giving little medication to an individual which would show signs of the illness. Its branches are classified broadly as Isopathy - a type of "homeopathic immunization", Blossom arrangements, Veterinary homeopathy: homeopathy utilized as a treatment for different creatures.

Chinese and Oriental Medicine

 Chinese or Oriental Medicine  is a style of traditional medicine built on the foundations of more than 2,500 years of Chinese medical practice that includes various forms of herbal medicine, acupuncture, massage, exercise and dietary therapy. The practice of Oriental Medicine includes not only acupuncture, but also herbal medicine, nutrition, Tui Na (a form of therapeutic massage), and Qi Gong (also known as breathing exercises). All of these methods share an equally long history of development, usage, and effectiveness in the maintenance of health, and the treatment of disease.

  • Acupuncture and Moxibustion

  • Tui na (is a form of massage akin to Acupressure)

  • Qigong

  • Cupping : A type of Chinese massage by placing several glass "cups" on the body

  • Gua Sha

  • Die-da : for the treatment of trauma and injuries

  • Chinese food therapy: the medicinal uses of food

Naturopathy: An art and science of healthy living

Naturopathy is a drugless system of healing based on well-founded philosophy. It has its own concept of health and disease and also principle of treatment. Naturopathy is a very old science. The showing of naturopathic pharmaceutical merges exhibit based naturopathic sedate, present day and standard, shrewd, naturopathic medicines and practices, rather than evidence-based medicine.

  • Diet Therapy: Food is regarded as Medicine in Naturopathy.

  • Fasting Therapy: Fasting is an important treatment modality for health preservation.

  • Mud Therapy: Mud is one of five elements of nature having immense impact on the body both in health and sickness.

  • Hydrotherapy:  The treatment of disorders using different forms of water.

  • Colon Hydrotherapy: It is the process of cleansing and flushing out colon or large intestine.

  • Massage Therapy: a modality of Naturopathy and quite essential for maintaining good health

  • Chromo Therapy: Seven colours of Sun rays have different therapeutic effects.


Herbal Medicine: Curing in a Natural way

A Herb is defined as a plant or part of a plant that is used for its aroma, essence and therapeutic properties. Herbal Medicines come under the sub-category of dietary supplement.  They are available in the market in the form of tablets, capsules, powders and extracts. Herbal Medicine is mainly used to improve the quality of health of people. Herbalism is a combination of Alternate Medicine and pseudoscience. The use of many components derived from plant origin is the basis for evidence based pharmaceutical drugs which are key components in Modern medicine. The phenomenon of use of plant derived medications in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of ailments is termed as Phytotherapy. It is a medical practice which is entirely relied on science.


Traditional Korean Medicine

Traditional Korean Medicine does not attempt to learn about the body by dissection, experimentation or analysis, but instead observes natural bodily functions as they appear in order to diagnose an illness or ailment. It also never limits the cause of even the most minor ailment to a local one, but examines the entire body to find the reason for the condition. By correcting the bodily imbalance rather than performing surgery or other invasive procedure, it adopts a natural cure approach. In other words, Korean medicine does not just treat the phenomena created by the illness, but seeks to discover its cause, which is then either eliminated or improved.

Traditional African Medicine

 One of the methods of healing which has been found on its own concept and effort of health and disease is called traditional medicine. The various types include Herbal medicine, Hydrotherapy, Radiant healing therapy, Venesection and many more.Traditional African Medicine is an alternative medicine which is a mixture of indigenous herbalism and African spirituality. TAM Practitioners can cure various disorders for instance cancers, psychiatric problems, BP, cholera, CNS disorders such as epilepsy and COPD such as asthma, eczema, fever, anxiety, depression, benign prostatic hyperplasia, urinary tract infections, gout, and healing of wounds and burns, Ebola.

Folk Medicine

Folk medicine originated from the early man’s approaches to natural events. In a society where belief was considered great importance, the remedy to cure diseases was beyond imagination. This led to the invention or discovery of folk medicine. Various practices include anthropology, sociology, medicine and pharmacology. Folk medicine is different from modern medicine; the only difference is the cause of the disease. The cause of the disease is explained by germ theory in modern medicine, whereas according to folk medicine it is said that due to the presence of supernatural theory and magic diseases occurs.

Ancient Greek Medicine

In Ancient Greek medicine illness was initially observed as a divine punishment and healing as, quite literally, a gift from the gods. However, by the 5th century BCE, there were attempts to identify the material causes for illnesses rather than spiritual ones and this led to a move away from superstition towards scientific enquiry, although, in reality, the two would never be wholly separated. Greek medical practitioners, then, began to take a greater interest in the body itself and to explore the connection between cause and effect, the relation of symptoms to the illness itself and the success or failure of various treatments.

Japanese Medicine (Kampo)

Kampo is the modern system of medicine which is practiced in Japan. This system is based on TCM with a hint of Japanese culture. This system of medicine is completely based on prescription of herb formulas, hence referred as the herbal system of china. Kampo medicine system uses different approaches and diagnostic methodologies in the treatment of various ailments, some of which include:

Anma (Tuina- An Ancient massage technique)

Herbal Medicine


Moxibustion (heat therapy)

Holistic Medicine

The therapy which involves the healing of whole person-the body, mind and soul is termed as Holistic Therapy. This form of therapy is very much essential for the optimal wellbeing and health of the people. According to this therapy/theory the primary goal of Holistic Medicine is to achieve optimal health which can only be attained by maintaining proper balance in life. Holistic medicine practitioners believe that the various parts in a person’s body are interlinked or interconnected to each other and hence if one part of the body gets effected, it leads to a disturbance in the other body parts as well. So a slight disturbance in their health leads to the overall break down of the human body.

Pharmacognosy and Traditional Medicine

 This deals with the natural drugs derived from organisms such as plants, microbes, and animals. Many important drugs including morphine, atropine, galanthamine, etc. have produced from natural sources which are used in drug discovery. Pharmacognosy is also a part of Traditional medicine and herbal medicines are still used by most of the countries in the world. Accordingly, pharmacognosy always retains its popularity in pharmaceutical sciences and plays a critical role in drug discovery.

Ayurveda: The science of health

Ayurveda Medication, is an arrangement of solution with chronicled establishes in the Indian subcontinent Ayurveda treatments and practices have been coordinated all in all health applications and too now and again in medicinal utilize. Ayurvedic specialists respect physical presence, mental presence, and identity as a unit, with every component having the capacity to impact the others. This is an all-encompassing methodology utilized amid determination and treatment, and is a principal part of Ayurveda. Tibetan medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine both have their origins in Ayurveda. Ayurveda practitioners had developed various Medicinal Preparations and surgical procedures from at least the beginning of the Common Era.


Yoga: Harmonizing the Body with the Mind and Breath


Yoga is the other name for the Sanskrit word Yuj. It is the blend of soul with the Spirit. Yoga is the 5000 year old Indian practice of gaining spiritual peace within oneself. One can see Yoga as a physical exercise which involves twisting and turning of the body in the most difficult way including different breathing techniques but these are the actual ways to unfold the potentials of the human mind and soul.  Absorb the essence of yoga for a new way of life and health.

 Iranian medicine: Bringing ancient therapies to light

The practice and study of medicine in Persia has a long and prolific history. The Iranian academic centres like Gundeshapur University (3rd century AD) was breeding ground for the union among great scientists from different civilizations. These centres successfully followed their predecessors’ theories and greatly extended their scientific research through history. Persians were the first establishers of modern hospital system. In recent years, some experimental studies have indeed evaluated medieval Iranian medical remedies using modern scientific methods. These studies raised the possibility of revival of traditional treatments on the basis of evidence-based medicine. The Vendidad, one of the surviving texts of the Zend-Avesta, distinguishes three kinds of medicine: medicine by the knife (surgery), medicine by herbs, and medicine by divine words; and the best medicine was, according to the Vendidad, healing by divine words.


Related Associations and Universities

Traditional Medicine:

Traditional Medicine Universities in Europe:

 European University of the Atlantic| BPP University| The International Academy of Osteopathy| Traditional Medicine Conferences| University of Birmingham| Alternative Healthcare Conferences| University of South Wales| Pharmacognosy Conferences| College of Integrated Chinese Medicine| University of Worcester| Irish College of Traditional Chinese Medicine| | International Conferences on Traditional Medicine| The Institute of Chinese Medicine| Traditional Medicine Conferences| London College of Traditional Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine| Traditional medicine 2019|Alternative Medicine Conferences| Barcelona College Of Chiropractic| London South Bank University| Herbal Medicine Conferences| Kensington and Chelsea College| Alternative Herbal Medicine Conferences| Danube University Krems| Pharmacognosy Conferences| Leeds Beckett University| Cardiff Metropolitan University| University of Roehampton| Herbal Medicine Conferences| University of Derby| The International College of Oriental Medicine| Herbal Medicine Conferences| University of Greenwich| Alternative Herbal Medicine Conferences| Traditional medicine 2019|University of South Wales| Pharmacognosy Conferences| University of Bolton| University of Malta| International Conferences on Traditional Medicine| International College of Oriental Medicine (ICOM)| Herbal Medicine Conferences| Northern College of Acupuncture| Bjorknes College| Glyndwr University| University of Westminster| Pharmacognosy Conferences|  University of Roehampton| Shulan College of Chinese Medicine| International Conferences on Traditional Medicine| Traditional Medicine Conference 2019|  University| |Integrative Medicine Conferences |Herbal Medicine Conferences |Exhibitions on Alternative Medicine |Conferences on Traditional Medicine |Ayurveda Conferences |Sidda Conferences |Unani Medicine Conferences |


Universities of Traditional Medicine in the USA:

AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine| Alternative Healthcare Conferences| Bastyr University| Florida College of Integrative Medicine| Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine| Pharmacognosy Conferences| Arizona School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine| Traditional Medicine Conferences| Emperor’s College School of  Five Branches University| Alternative Herbal Medicine Conferences| Traditional Oriental Medicine| Acupuncture & Integrative Medicine College, Berkeley| Herbal Medicine Conferences| New England School of Acupuncture| Eight Branches Academy of Eastern Medicine| Alternative Healthcare Conferences| The American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine| Alternative Healthcare Conferences| Pacific College of Oriental Medicine-San Diego| Pharmacognosy Conferences| Academy of Classical Oriental Sciences| Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine & Acupuncture| Alternative Healthcare Conferences| Han University of Traditional Medicine| Traditional Medicine Conferences| South Baylo University| Herbal Medicine Conferences |Integrative Medicine Conferences |Herbal Medicine Conferences |Exhibitions on Alternative Medicine |Conferences on Traditional Medicine |Ayurveda Conferences |Sidda Conferences |Unani Medicine Conferences |Traditional Medicine Conference 2019|


Asian Traditional Medicine Universities:

 Seoul National University| Indian Institute of Alternative Medicine’s & Natural Healing |Kyung Hee University  | Herbal Medicine ConferencesLiaoning University of Traditional Chinese Medicine |Traditional Medicine Conferences|  Hunan University of Traditional Chinese MedicineAlternative Medicine Conferences | International Conferences on Traditional MedicineTianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine | Herbal Medicine ConferencesHeilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine | Shandong University of Traditional Chinese Medicine | Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine | Alternative Healthcare Conferences|  Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine | Pharmacognosy Conferences Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine |Herbal Medicine ConferencesBeijing University of Chinese M


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