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Yuan Shidian (Origin Point Medicine)


Yuan Shidian Medicine, Origin Point Medicine (also known as YSD or OPM) arises from abandoning preconceptions, starting from scratch, trusting the solutions found together with feedback from thousands of patients, rather than originating from conflicting conventional medical knowledge.


YSD Medicine is a combination of diagnosing, treatment and health maintenance and is a Medical Science such, as to be an excellent Medical System.


The System was developed by Taiwanese Traditional Chinese Medical practitioner Dr Chang Chaohan. His methods have been clinically tried and tested for the successful treating of many stubborn illnesses. His System has been proven by its very high success rate in neutralising all kinds of medical Conditions with their detrimental effects.  This includes the enabling of cancer patients to recover naturally.


YSD Medicine’s principles and techniques are focused on boosting our body’s self-healing capacities.  Fundamentally, it is our body’s ability to self-heal that ultimately ‘cures’ all injuries, illnesses, diseases and disorders. YSD insists on avoiding depleting treatments such as with the taking of drugs that exhaust our body’s vitality and which weaken the body’s self-healing mechanisms. Applying the correct YSD theory & practice will boost our self-healing capacities, as mentioned above, and help all incurable diseases such as cancers, diabetes, dementia, Parkinson’s disease, arthritis, incontinence, and numerous other disorders to be ameliorated and even cured.



To work towards eliminating human suffering. Suffering that is due to common disease and illness, but also, this system should help neutralise many disorders and ailments our current human generation suffers and to pass on to future generations this splendid knowledge of healthy living.




Yuan Shi Dian Medicine has many similarities to, and is broadly based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). TCM is like anything in life, it needs development and refinement. We cannot allow Traditions to limit our advancement. Instead, Tradition should be an inspiration for us to move on to better understandings of life, because nothing stands still within our existence.


Dr. Sun Simiao (Tang dynasty 700 AD) found Ashi Points which are not necessarily located along the meridians as in TCM; he said that Ashi Points are more effective than regular acupuncture points situated along the meridians. Dr. Sun Simiao is one of the most important medical Doctors in Chinese history. His books are still considered as some of the most important of Chinese Medicine Classics.


Yet, it is very difficult for a therapist to find the Ashi Points within clinical practice. It resembles finding a needle in a haystack. However, YSD Medicine basically gives us the specific areas in which to find Ashi Points and it also looks for the exact source of an adverse symptom. It helps map-out and locate the origin of illness, thus tackling and relieving any pain and discomfort, over the whole human body.


YSD Medicine is a further development of TCM. It simplifies meridian and acupuncture points. It has found all the major trigger points in our body and that is why it is so effective.


Most medical disciplines will try to diagnose what is wrong with you. Western medical uses various types of diagnosis with check-ups. Traditional Chinese Medicine’s diagnose is by checking the pulses and so on. In YSD Medicine though, it is the patient working together with the therapist, that successfully finds exactly where the problem is; which is one of the reasons for YSD Medicine being more accurate. This is because patients will be true to themselves during The Process. It is a two-way treatment, through the giver and the receiver by communication, finding the origin and defining the problem.


It took Chinese Physicians some 1,500 years to develop fully The Ashi Points Discipline. Dr. Chang Chaohan’s research, findings, and new doctrines of YSD Medicine are one of the most important milestones in recent Medical History.


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