Yak Thai Applied Thai Traditional Medicine Clinic Thai Traditional Medicine Innovation Center focuses on prevention before the disease. maintenance before treatment and focus on looking at the warning signs of the body balance the body (Homeostasis)
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In particular, chronic non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are diseases that are not caused by germs and cannot be spread from person to person. But it is a disease caused by habits or behaviors such as diabetes, high blood pressure. High blood fats can be a source of various diseases. such as heart disease, kidney disease, liver disease, and stroke make sick in bed
Use the science of Thai traditional medicine to maintain the balance of the 4 elements in the body, namely soil, water, wind, and fire. to assist in the evaluation As an indicator, it is a TM flow monitor, and can also be monitored every 3 months, 6 months, or 1 year to see the results after changing behaviors according to instructions or using food, water, and herbs to help with care. self
2nd Floor, inside the Museum Building and Thai Traditional Medicine Training Center (Ruen Mo Phennapha) Department of Thai Traditional and Alternative Medicine Ministry of Public Health No. 88/23 Moo 4 Talat Khwan Subdistrict, Mueang District, Nonthaburi Province 11000
Thai Traditional Medical Innovation Center (TTMIC) is a modern innovation to help analyze and lead to treatment according to the principles of Thai traditional medicine that can be followed, evaluated, and increase the efficiency of treatment according to the principles of Thai traditional medicine. higher As a result, Thai traditional medicine is known more internationally. and is a center for displaying and selling Thai herbal products to both domestic and international consumers at the same time
Bringing in medical technology to help increase the efficiency of treatment. The technology used will play a role in the analysis, follow-up, and increase the efficiency of treatment according to international traditional Thai medicine.
In addition, some areas within the Thai Traditional Medicine Innovation Center It will be allocated as an area for displaying and selling Thai herbal products to both domestic and foreign visitors. or known as the model of the Thai Herbal Pavilion
Prof. Emeritus Lieutenant Dr. Auay Ketsingh is a Thai physician. Born on September 3, 1908, is a native of Phra Nakhon Province. Graduated with a bachelor’s degree in medicine First Class Honors from the Faculty of Medicine and Siriraj Hospital Chulalongkorn University and received a scholarship to study further at a university in Germany before returning to be a teacher at the Department of Physiology Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital Mahidol University Ayu is regarded as a doctor with high knowledge of Buddhism. Know how to apply the teachings of Buddhism for the benefit of the treatment of patients with the pioneering new form of traditional medicine of Thailand. meanwhile He was also a pioneer physician in the field of scientific knowledge. and applied medicine and was known as Father of Applied Thai Traditional Medicine
He has knowledge of traditional Thai traditional medicine from their ancestors (Therapeutic massage) from
Dr. Krut disciple of Luang Wayo
Ajarn Mo Chit Dechphan, the youngest son of Dr. Intada.
Master Luang Rajaraksa former royal physician
Master Nai Pua Lai Si Pho, a student of Luang Lamdecha.
Each of them has knowledge, expertise and expertise in different fields. He brought knowledge from the 4 teachers to combine with Mae Mai Muay Thai and Thai swords. until it can be applied as a science and art in therapeutic massage only yourself That is to say, they have expertise in treating diseases of the joints, muscles, tendons, especially in pushing the bones into place. Reproductive system, uterine prolapse, penis, nervous system, paralysis, paralysis, etc.
Dr. Pennapha Sapcharoen is the first modern Thai physician who pioneered the use of herbs in conjunction with modern treatments. in Wang Nam Yen Hospital, Sa Kaeo Province and was the founder of the Institute of Thai Traditional Medicine, which made the long-forgotten Thai traditional medicine knowledge popular again. He was also selected as the Outstanding Rural Physician of the Year 1986 from the Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital. Mahidol University and an outstanding doctor in the district hospital for the year 1984 from the Medical Association of Thailand under the Royal Patronage and female doctors with outstanding results in rural society for the year 1986 from the Association of Women Doctors of Thailand under the Royal Patronage
Born on May 27, 1952
Died on April 2, 2008, age 56