About Dr. Zhu Bindi M.D. (China) L.Ac.

28 Years Experience in Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine



Dr. Bindi Zhu has been a mentor for the residency programs in acupuncture and integrated medicine at the University of Texas at Galveston Medical School, Galveston, Texas, and Southwester Medical School, Dallas, Texas, since 2002. He teaches at the University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, as an instructor for the Informal Classes program. He incorporated his private clinic, Acupuncture & Herb Health Center, in 1999. He became a licensed acupuncturist in the state of Texas in 1995. He taught as a professor and clinic instructor at the Texas College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Austin, Texas, from 1992 to 2000. He taught as a professor of internal medicine and served as director of the Department of Integrated Medicine at Heilongjiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Heilongjiang, Harbin, China, in from 1991 to 1992. Dr. Zhu worked as a physician from 1983 to 1989 at Heilongjiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Medical Center.

ACADEMIC AWARDS

Award for Excellent Achievement, Heilongjiang Province Food and Drug Administration. Treatment of Glomerular Protinuria Using Traditional Chinese Medicine. 1989.

Award for Excellent Achievement, Heilongjiang Province Food and Drug Administration. Effect of Total Saponin in Panax Ginseng on B cells and D Cells of Pancreatic Islets of Alloxan Diabetic Mice: Serologic and Quantitative Analysis of Immunocytochemistry. 1991.

Award for Excellent Achievement, Chinese National Food and Drug Administration. Clinical and Experimental Studies in the Treatment of Chronic Glomerulonephritis Using the Herbal Formula Shi Quan Yu Zhen. 1992

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PUBLICATIONS

Managing Menopause with Traditional Chinese Medicine. West Austin News. 8:2-3, 2002.

Quit Smoking with Traditional Chinese Medicine. The Texas Triangle. 6:21-22, 2002.

Correlation Between Differentiation of Syndromes and Immunology. Medicine of Communication. 1: 6-7, 1992.

Studies on the Correlation Between Traditional Chinese Medicine Differentiation of Syndromes and Experimental Indexes. ACTA Chinese Medicine and Pharmacology. 6:43-46, 1990.

Treatment on Atrophic Gastritis with Traditional Chinese Medicine. Heilongjiang Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine. 6:21-22, 1990.

Clinical and Experimental Studies on Effects on Chinese Herbal Formulas and Acupuncture on Chronic Primary Glomerulonephritis. The First International Academic Symposium on the Treatment of Kidney Disease with Traditional Chinese Medicine. Tiangin, China, 1990

The Popularity of a Confucian School of Idealist Philosophy and the Doctrine on Five Element Theory and Six Types of Factors in Nature. Information of Chinese Medicine and Pharmacology. 1:9-11, 1990.

Clinical Observation of Gastric Ulcers Treated with Traditional Chinese Medicine. Journal of Chang chun college of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1:38-39, 1989.

Clinical Studies on Sciatic Neuritis Using Chinese Herbs and Acupuncture. Heilongjiang Journal of Medicine and Pharmacology. 6:30-31, 1989.

Treatment of Glomerular Proteinuria Using Traditional Chinese Medicine. Journal of Information on Traditional Chinese Medicine. 3: 27-28, 1989.

Monocytopenia Syndrome Treated by Tonifying Herbal Powder. Heilongjiang Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine. 4:36-37, 1989.

Clinical and experimental studies in treatment of chronic and primary Glomerulonephritis with Shiquanyuzheng capsules. National Conference of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Kidney Disease. Hangzhou, China, 1989.

Exploration of Tan Yin Syndrome. Countryside Medicine. 2:26-27, 1986.

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GUEST SPEAKER

2012
American Chemical Society Health Fair ( Austin, TX)

2012
Central Austin Stroke Support Group at St. David's Rehabilitation Center ( Austin, TX)

2012
St. Stephen’s Episcopal School Seniors Wellness Fair ( Austin, TX)

2011
Continuing Acupuncture Education for license Acupuncturist ( Houston and Dallas, TX)

2010
Continuing Acupuncture Education for license Acupuncturist ( Houston and Dallas, TX)

2009
American Lung Association continuing education conference for healthcare practitioners ( Seton Hospital at Austin)

2007
Continuing medical education program for the medical staff (University of Texas at Austin)

2007
National Multiple Sclerosis Society ( New Braunfels, TX)

2007
St. Stephen’s Health and Wellness Fair ( Austin, TX)

2007
Continuing medical education program for the medical staff (University of Texas at Austin)

2006
College of Pharmacy Student Association (Austin, TX)
IBM women's club and the IBM Hispanic's club

2005
Women Partners in Health (Austin, TX)
Asian Pharmacy Students Association (UT at Austin)
St. David's Rehabilitation Center

2004
Association of Professionals in Student Affairs "Professional Development Day" (University of Texas at Austin)

2003
Health south, Rehabilitation Hospital (Austin, TX)

2002
Family Practice Residencey Program, Darnall Army Community Hosptial (Ft Hood, TX)

2000
The Liver Foundation of Central Texas (Austin, TX)
First International Club, invitation to speak on integrated medicine by Mexican consulate

1999
NCCAOM continuing education for licensed acupuncturists (Dallas, TX)

1996
HIV Wellness Center (Austin, TX)
American Heart Association, “Women and Health Seminar” (Georgetown, TX)
The Tejas Club at University of Texas (Austin, TX)

1995
Williamson County and Cities Health District (Round Rock, TX )
Northwest Institute of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine. Continuing education for licensed acupuncturists (Seattle, WA)

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EDUCATION

1983, Medical Doctor, Heilongjiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, First Hospital.

1989, Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine. Heilongjiang University School of Traditional Chinese Medicine, First Hospital.

1992, Ph.D. in Oriental Medicine, Heilongjiang University School of Traditional Chinese Medicine, First Hospital.

REFERENCES

Hollis L. Wilson D.C. Chiropractor (512) 989-7477

Julie Restall D.C. Chiropractor (512) 989-7478

Phyllis Burron RN, FNPC Nurse Practitioner (512) 626-6909

Leonor Diaz, Ph.D. Psychologist (512) 791-5081

Donald R. Counts, M.D. Family and Preventive Medicine (512) 474-2772

Diana Weihs, M.D. Obstetrics and Gynecology (512) 483-8082

Carlo Klott, M.D. Emergency Medicine (512) 930-5338

Jim Tai, M.D. Internal medicine (512) 471-4955

Catherine Daniell, Ph.D. Psychologist (512) 347-8424

Kathy Othon, R.N. Registered Nurse (512) 719-4400

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