|Specialties||Acupuncture | Traditional Chinese Medicine|
|Conditions||Infertility | Women's Health And Pregnancy|
|Language||English | Yiddish|
Yaron Seidman, D.A.O.M., L.Ac. is a Chinese Medicine fertility specialist, having practiced and researched in the field for the past 27 years. He is an international teacher and lecturer, and founder of the Hunyuan Fertility Method which now has branches all over the world. Dr Seidman was awarded A Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine degree by Five Branches University in San Jose, CA, following a 2-year fellowship and a 300-hour IVF clinic internship. In 2002, using his knowledge of Eastern and Western medicine, Dr Seidman established the Hunyuan system of medicine and fertility method, a treatment system that is both forward-looking and grounded in the ancient past. Since then he has been teaching the Hunyuan Certification course to practitioners of Chinese Medicine, researching Chinese medicine in mainstream academia, writing seminal texts on Chinese Medicine, and running a busy international fertility clinic. Staring 2018 Dr. Seidman is conducting a three-year online course Hunyuan Body, Heart and Medicine.
A native of Israel, Seidman began his studies in modern Chinese medicine in 1989 in Israel and then New Zealand. Recognizing the deficiencies in the contemporary TCM biomedical approach, he began researching the Classics of Chinese Medicine. In 1994 he moved to Freiburg, Germany to study classical Chinese language and literature at Freiburg University, and frequently traveled to the People's Republic of China to explore the Classics. Among his mentors were celebrated physicians and Masters such as Liu Bogu, Feng Zhiqiang, Chen Zhonghua, and Liu Lihong. Inspired, Seidman set out to rediscover the clinical efficacy of classical Chinese Medicine. This resolve gave birth to Hunyuan Medicine and its remarkable success in treating infertility and chronic diseases.
Hunyuan Medicine has now flourished around the world. Dr Seidman has lectured throughout the USA, Japan, China, Europe, Israel, Brazil and Australia.