CEO & Author
Here – 80km north of Frankfurt / Main – in a 200-year-old farm, the horses are still running through the streets, deer graze in sight and even a wild boar can be seen. Here we live and work.
Already in my early professional career I had to treat complex diseases. At that time, I searched acupuncture atlases many times for acupuncture points to help my patients further. As this was valuable time I was losing from elsewhere, I started to collect information about acupuncture points and to manage them in a database.
The Shen Acupuncture App is released (for Android and iOS).
Shen-Atlas of Acupuncture (1000 pages eBook) appears in seven languages
Foundations of TCM is published in four languages
Chinese gynecology is published in four languages
Shen-Atlas of Acupuncture Atlas is published as an eBook specifically for smartphones and tablets.
ShenProfessional 3.1 is released (German, English, Spanish, Portuguese and Chinese).
Translation of the Shen-Atlas of Acupuncture into English, Chinese, Russian, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian.
ShenProfessional 3.0 is released.
First practical text about the Extraordinary Vessels.
My daughter Hannah is born!
ShenProfessional 2.0 also published by Springer-Verlag.
Chinese tongue diagnostics published in ShenProfessional.
Published the Shen-Atlas of Acupuncture in Springer House.
Released ShenProfessional 1.0.
Completed revision of the acupuncture point texts.
Chinese Gynecology published in ShenProfessional.
Created the symptom and diagnostic catalogue with more than 4000 entries. Literature searches of more than 10,000 pages were required.
Acquired the anatomy templates, in four levels, for the acupuncture charts. Each acupuncture point was drawn individually in a co-ordinate system within a database. Through this method the acupuncture charts in ShenProfessional became interactive.
Created the foundations of Traditional Chinese Medicine – for my courses in Switzerland.
Began TCM teaching in Switzerland.
Created my own acupuncture point texts.
Opened a practice focusing on Acupressure and Traditional Chinese Medicine