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    CURRICULUM VITAE

    Qizhi Gao, D.O.M., Dipl. Oriental Medicine

    9235 E. Harry Street, Building 100, Suite 1A

     Wichita, KS 67207 USA

    Phone: (316) 207-8868 ? Fax: (316) 691-8868

    E-mail: qgao@iiom.net

QUALIFICATIONS

    Licensed Doctor of Oriental Medicine, State of New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department,

    1996 to present

    Licensed Acupuncturist, State of Missouri Licensing Department, 2003

    Diplomate of Oriental Medicine, National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental

    Medicine (NCCAOM), 1995 to present Twenty-six years clinical experience as a Traditional Chinese Medicine Doctor

    Thirty-three years experience as a Qigong Practitioner and Instructor

    Eighteen years experience as an instructor specializing in Traditional Chinese Medicine

EDUCATION

1974-1980 Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine,

    Apprenticeship Dr. Mingyuan Gao’s Clinic, P.R. China

1982 Bachelor of Science Computer Science, College of Angong,

    Anshan, Liaoning, P.R. China

1994 Master of Science in Computer Science,

    The Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas

EMPLOYMENT

2004-Present

    Trinity Hospice

    Wichita, Kansas

    Active Medical Staff

2001-Present

    Select Specialty Hospital

    Wichita, Kansas

    Active Medical Staff

2000-present

    Health South Wesley Rehabilitation Hospital

    Wichita, Kansas

    Former Program Director, Integrative Medicine Program

    Design and direct Stroke Rehabilitation Program

    Active Medical Staff

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EMPLOYMENT CONTD.

    1999-Present President/Owner, International Institute of Oriental Medicine

    Wichita, Kansas

    Established an organization to bridge the gap between Eastern and Western Medicine by providing continuing education for the greater medical community.

    1998-Present President/Owner, Evergreen Wellness Center Wichita, Kansas

    Founded the only full service Oriental Medicine Clinic in Kansas offering services in Acupuncture, Herbal Treatment, Qigong and Massage.

    1996-Present President/Founder, Kansas College of Chinese Medicine

    Wichita, Kansas

    Founded the only Oriental Medicine College and primary teaching clinic in a five-state area. Programs are approved by the Kansas Board of Regents and include a Master of Oriental Medicine, diploma and certificate Programs in Oriental Bodywork.

    1992 - 1996 Practitioner, Integrative Body Works, Inc

    Wichita, Kansas

    Instructor and practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Qigong and Tuina Anmo

    1989 1991 Director, The West German Branch of Liaoning Qigong Scientific Research West Germany

    Created a program introducing Qigong to Western Germany

    Traditional Chinese Medicine Doctor in private practice and local clinic

    1980 - 1989 Traditional Chinese Medicine Doctor, The Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital Anshan, Liaoning, P.R. China

    Techniques included Acupuncture, Qigong, Massage and Herbal Medicine

    Instructor for Qigong and Tuina Anmo.

    1974 - 1980 Apprentice, Dr. Mingyuan Gao’s Clinic

    P.R. China

    Studied and practiced Chinese Medicine, Tai Ji and Qigong

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RESEARCH PROJECTS

    ? Effects of Acupuncture on Functional Outcome of Post Stroke Patients. Wesley Rehabilitation

    Hospital sponsored by Wesley Medical Research Institutes, Wichita, KS. August 2001-2003.

    ? BiGu Qigong for Weight Management. Sponsored by the Kansas College of Chinese Medicine and

    the Evergreen Wellness Center, June 1996-Present. Currently writing book.

FORMAL PAPER PRESENTATIONS

    ? Utilizing the Innate Self-Regulatory and Self-Healing Capacity on Weight Management. The Heart

    of Energy Medicine, A Renaissance of Health and Healing. ISSSEEM Tenth Annual Conference,

    Boulder, CO. June 15-21, 2000.

    ? The Effects of Emitted Qi from the View of Relationship Between Qigong Healer and Patient. The

    Future of Energy Medicine: Integrating Science and Spirit. ISSSEEM Eighth Annual Conference

    Program and Proceedings, Boulder, CO. June 18-24, 1998.

    ? BiGu and Weight Loss: Qi as a Food Source. Second World Congress on Qigong and the First

    American Qigong Association Conference, San Francisco, CA. 1997.

    ? Qigong and Weight Loss: Qi as a Food Source. The Third World Conference on Medical Qigong,

    Beijing, China, 1996

    ? Qigong’s Curative Effect on Frozen Shoulder and Tennis Elbow. The Third World Conference on

    Medical Qigong, Beijing, China, 1996

    PUBLICATIONS

? BiGu Qigong and Weight Loss, Kung Fu Magazine. November, 1998

    ? Traditional Chinese Medicine, Holistic Concept, Dynamic View and Natural Therapies, Alive and

    Well, Wichita, KS. July 1998 Issue

    ? Qigong: No Miracle Cure--A Way of Life, East Wichita News, Wichita, KS. 1994-1995 ? A Pointed Approach, Interview, The Wichita Eagle, Wichita, KS. 1996

LECTURES AND PRESENTATIONS

    ? Diagnosis and Herbal Treatment Program for Physicians, Logan College of Chiropractic

    Chesterfield, MO, November 2004-June 2005. Classes also presented annually through the

    International Institute of Oriental Medicine, Wichita, KS.

    ? Integration, the Future of Medicine, Prestigious Edgar Snow Foundation Symposium, Beijing

    University, Beijing, PR. China, October 12-16 2004

    ? Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Program for Physicians, Children’s Mercy Hospital, Kansas

    City, MO. July-December 2004. Classes also presented annually through the International Institute

    of Oriental Medicine, Wichita, KS.

    ? The Magic Needle, Bridging the Gap Conference co-sponsored with UMKC, Kansas City, MO,

    January 17, 2004

    ? The Importance of Bridging the Gap Between Eastern and Western Medicine, Bridging the Gap

    Conference co-sponsored with UMKC, Kansas City, MO, January 14-16 2004

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Lectures and Presentations, cont’d.

    ? BiGu Instructor Program, International Institute of Oriental Medicine, Wichita, KS, August 2003-

    February 2004. Classes presented annually.

    ? BiGu Qigong for Weight Management, Nutrition Week 2003 Conference. San Antonio, TX.

    January18-22 2003

    ? Traditional Chinese Medicine Education Current Status and Future Trends in the US, Beijing

    Traditional Chinese Medicine University, Beijing, PR. China, November 18, 2003 ? BiGu Qigong for Weight Management. The Healing Spirit of Energy Medicine, Integrating Science

    and the Medical Arts. ISSSEEM Eleventh Annual Conference, Boulder, CO. June 15-20, 2001 ? Yi Jin Jing-Tendons and Muscles Changing Qigong. Fourth World Congress on Qigong and the

    Fourth American Qigong Association Conference, San Francisco, CA., May 4-7, 2001.

    ? Chinese Herbal Medicine, Qigong revitalizing exercises and Acupuncture. Demystifying

    Complementary Therapies, Via Christi Regional Medical Center, Wichita, KS. April 20, 2001. ? Introduction to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Continuing Medical Education Program. St.

    Catherine Hospital, Garden City, Kansas. October 25, 2000.

    ? Traditional Chinese Medicine, Chinese Herbal Medicine. Kansas Society of Health-System

    Pharmacists, Wichita, KS. April 16, 1999.

    ? Qigong and Anti-Aging. Kansas Department of Health and Environment, Women’s Health Putting

    Prevention into Practice, Wichita, KS. April 12, 1999.

    ? Introduction to Traditional Chinese Medicine. Wichita State University School of Nursing, Primary

    Health Care, Wichita, KS. April 2, 1999. Currently present this class bi-annually. ? Introduction to Traditional Chinese Medicine. KU Medical School, Wichita Campus, Psychiatric

    Department, Wichita, KS. March 11, 1999.

    ? Mind and Body Connection. Southwestern Junior College, Winfield, KS. February 10, 1999. ? Introduction to Traditional Chinese Medicine. KU Medical School, Wichita Campus, Medical Intern

    Program, Wichita, KS. February 4, 1999.

    ? Alternative Medicine, Introduction to Chinese Medicine. Continuing Nursing Education, Hutchinson

    Hospital Corporation, Hutchinson, KS. October 23, 1998.

    ? Introduction to Qigong and Introduction to Acupuncture. The Healing Connection: Integrative

    Healthcare: Wichita, KS. August 14-16, 1998.

    ? Overview of Chinese Medicine. Mental Health Association of Central Kansas.

    Wichita, KS. July 7, 1998.

    ? Yi Jin Jing-Tendons and Muscles Changing Qigong. The Future of Energy Medicine: Integrating

    Science and Spirit. ISSSEEM Eighth Annual Conference Program and Proceedings, Boulder, CO.

    June 18-24, 1998.

    ? An Introduction to Qigong: Ancient Art in Modern Medicine. Barton County Community College

    Continuing Nursing Education, Great Bend, KS. April 2-3, 1998.

    ? Fibromyalgia. American Arthritis Foundation, Wichita, KS. 1996

    ? Chinese Medicine and Qigong. American Red Cross Midway-Kansas Chapter, Wichita, Kansas

    1996.

    ? Qigong and Energy Healing. Massage Therapy Training Institute, L.L.C. Kansas City, Missouri,

    1995.

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Lectures and Presentations, cont’d.

    ? Chinese Medicine. Health Occupations Students of America competitive events conference. State

    Education Department, Wichita, Kansas, 1994.

    ? Qigong and Energy Healing. American Cancer Association, Wichita, KS. 1993 ? Chinese Massage. Alpha Beta Sorority, Wichita, KS. 1993

    ? Various television and radio interviews on Qigong and Chinese Medicine. - Wichita, KS. 1996-

    Present

    AFFILIATIONS

World Academic Society of Medical Qigong

    American Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

    Acupuncture Association of Kansas, President

    Acupuncture Association of Missouri

    The Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Alliance

    LANGUAGES

English

    German

    Mandarin

REFERENCES

    M.H.Van Strickland, M.D.

    Adult and Pediatric Allergy

    10021 W. 21ST

    Wichita, Kansas 67205

    (316) 722-4800 ? (316) 841-0133 cell

Richard Derman, M.D.

    Associate Dean and Schutte Chair in Women’s Health

    Interim Associate Dean for Research

    Professor, Obstetrics/Gynecology

    University of Missouri-Kansas City

    Truman Medical Center

    2411 Holmes Street

    Kansas City, Missouri 64108

    (816) 235-1628

Debbie R. Bassham, D.O.

    General Practice

    7810 N 119th W

    Maize, Kansas 67101

    (316) 535-2920

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