Department of Chinese Medicine
TCM male: prostate hypertrophy, mastitis, sexual dysfunction, varicocele, male infertility, male menopause.
Urology: dysuria, urinary tract stones, urinary tract infections, overactive bladder, urinary tumors, TCM constitution conditioning General internal medicine: gout, high uric acid, cold, allergic rhinitis, asthma, gastrointestinal disease, headache, insomnia, metabolic syndrome.
Others: cerebral stroke sequelae, home medical care, long-term rehabilitation
Respiratory diseases (asthma, nasal allergies, cough, cold, sinusitis, etc.)
Skin disorders (acne, dryness, eczema)
Metabolism (hypertension, hyperlipidemia, diabetes and other metabolic syndrome, weight loss)
Gastrointestinal disorders, gynecological conditioning, pain, dementia, postoperative radiotherapy and chemotherapy, and rehabilitation after stroke.
Special acupuncture: scalp needle, floating needle, embedding weight loss.
Dr. Huang graduated from the Department of Chinese Medicine of China Medical University, and trained in China Medical University Hospital. She is kind and friendly. She is good at using Chinese medicine, acupuncture, acupoint massage and other methods to treat common eye diseases. Dr. Huang is the deputy secretary-general of The Taiwan Medical Association of Integrative Medicine for Ophthalmology. She is also actively involved in a number of clinical studies, hoping to provide the public with professional and holistic care.
Dr. Peter Mayer holds both a Taiwanese Chinese Medicine license as well as a German Western Medicine license and teaches Chinese Medicine at China Medical University, Taiwan. His main expertise is Chinese Internal Medicine, Allergy, Oncology, Geriatrics, Health Promotion as well as pain treatment. Dr. Mayer was honored to obtain Taiwanese nationality as a High-level Professional in 2019 and is enthusiastic about working on the development of integrating Chinese and Western Medicine in Taiwan.