Dr. David LIU Dong

Georgian College

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David has been teaching and practicing TCM, TaiChi, Qigong, Acupuncture and functional rehabilitation for over 20 years. He joined the faculty at Georgian College as a professor of Acupuncture in 2015, helping to develop the program curriculum. In addition to teaching, David is also an accomplished writer, contributing to an award-winning Acupuncture textbook “Clinical TCM Needle Insertion Pathway Anatomy” and “Illustrations of 14 Meridians Sinews Myofascial Zone.” “TCM Dynamic Channels’ Kinesiology Taping” In his clinical practice David has many years experiences in caring for clients with spinal cord injury and clients with bladder and bowel dysfunction. David has also provided care as a team therapist to international caliber figure skaters at national international and Olympic competitions. David is active in research, focusing on the use of acupuncture to manage pain and the use of TaiChi to promote mindfulness and improve mood in college students. David enjoys practicing TaiChi and has competed in both the Canadian and International TaiChi Championships. David’s commitment and passion for TaiChi, acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) earned him the International TCM Award for Acupuncture Development and Contribution in Canada in October 2018. In 2017/18/19 David became a member of the Neurosciences Initiative Steering Committee at Georgian College.