Scientific Program

Conference Series Ltd invites all the participants across the globe to attend 5th International Conference and Expo on Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Illinois, Chicago, USA .

Day 2 :

Keynote Forum

Viktor Krystutek

Acupuncture Society of New York, USA

Keynote: Acupuncture: Trending

Time : 10:15-11:00

OMICS International Acupuncture 2017 International Conference Keynote Speaker Viktor Krystutek photo

Viktor Krystutek is a Global Health Activist, Acupuncture Legislation Strategist, Medical Forum Presenter, Clinician and a Health Coach. His ultimate goal is to bring acupuncture to the forefront of the medical community and incorporate integrative medical approach to heal today’s patient. He serves on the Board of Directors for Acupuncture Society of NY and volunteers as an Adviser to Czech Chamber of TCM and ETCMA. He runs a clinic in 5th Avenue in NYC and his specialties include neuro-acupuncture, facial/body rejuvenation, pain management, musculo-skeletal disorders, emotional disorders, infertility and pediatrics. He treated and educated thousands of patients around the world. His philanthropic resume includes setting up portable medical community clinics in underserved regions of South America and fundraising for underprivileged children from Africa, Europe, Asia and Indonesia. For his medical charity efforts, he was granted a title "Visitor of Honor" by the mayor of Guatemala City.


Statement: Why is AOM the fastest growing movement in healthcare today? Is it due to proven track record for thousands of years to modern research? Is the low cost of acupuncture treatment and its high efficacy deconstructing today’s costly medical system and providing a substantial step for the future of healthcare? Where are USA and other member countries in relation to implementation of traditional medicine plan created by WHO - World Health Organization? The presentation provides an overview of AOM starting from ancient history to the latest medical research, development of treatment protocols, medical classifications and current acupuncture research trends.

OMICS International Acupuncture 2017 International Conference Keynote Speaker Xinsheng Jiang  photo

Xinsheng Jiang, is President of Nature Health Center in St. Louis MO, and Vice-president of FOCI, Inc. She graduated from Medical School of Beijing University, China in 1970, worked as Associate Professor in the Dept. of Neurology at the First Teaching Hospital of Beijing Medical School. She has 47 years of experience in teaching and practice of Chinese Traditional Medicine, Acupuncture and Western Medicine.



Objective: The objective of the study is to observe the therapeutic effect of acupuncture combined with Graphene Far Infrared Therapy (GFIRT) on chronic recovery patient.

Methods: The patients were randomly divided into an acupuncture combined with GFIRT group of 74 cases, and a control group (acupuncture treatment only) 58 cases. Average age of the patients was 60.08 years; the onset of illness average was 5.65 years. Clinical symptoms included were: Chronic back pain (22 cases), shoulder pain (15 cases), knee pain (12 cases), neck pain (8 cases), hip pain (6 cases), sleep problem (9 cases), high blood pressure (6 cases), menopause (6 cases), diabetes (4 cases), migraines headaches (3 cases), Lymn’s disease ( I casas), prostate cancer (2 cases), colon cancer, metastatic (2 cases), ovarian cancer, metastatic (1 cases). Observation the effective result depended on the treatment time length (hours/day), the frequency of treatment (times/week), temperature used (35c- 55c) and the effective result started day.

Results: The effective rate was 87.9% in acupuncture combined with GFIRT group and 39.7% in the control group with a significant difference between the two groups (p<0.005). The best result with GFRIT showed using GFIR heating pad once or twice a day, 1-2 hours/day, with continued use for two weeks. Specifically good result showed on cancer patient’s treatment.

Conclusion: The acupuncture combined with graphene far infrared therapy has a better therapeutic effect than routine acupuncture on chronic recovery patient.