Association for Universal Cultural Medicine
Welcome to UCM. Learn more about systems of traditional medicine from around the world and the 2nd congress on International Traditional Medicine in Vienna, June 19-21, 2020.
The Association for Universal Cultural Medicine (UCM) in Vienna's 13th district is organizing and hosting its second congress in Vienna and in the future all over the world, in order to give physicians, patients and everyone interested the opportunity for connecting and for sharing information.
The World has changed dramatically over the last decades. Environmental destruction, genetic engineering, and nanotechnology, in combination with an unhealthy lifestyle, have led to an enormous increase in diseases of civilization such as cancer, diabetes, or Alzheimer's disease. Although modern medicine has extended people's life expectancy, humankind has never before been as sick as today. However, the numerous diseases of civilization do not only cause suffering but high costs as well, especially considering the rising global population. Thinking of such consequences, it is high time that we start to look for ways out of this situation. Traditional medicine provides one such approach.
Traditional medicine has as many faces as there are cultures in this world. Most recently, what has found its way to our part of the world are systems of medicine like Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Ayurveda, Traditional Persian Medicine (TPM), and Traditional Tibetan Medicine (TTM). In addition to this however there is also shamanic medicine from South America and Mongolia, Traditional European Medicine (TEM), and many additional treatment approaches.
With our association we have set ourselves the task to revive the knowledge of the old medical schools that had almost been lost and to make it accessible to the public at large. Our focus in this is on providing information and on exchange. By being exposed to and concerning oneself with different cultures, their way of thinking and their philosophical principles, a deeper understanding for the respective therapeutic approaches shall be formed. Subsequently, it is needed to better understand the distinct approaches to medicine and to generate synergies. Thereby, the individual feels addressed with respect to their mentalities and cultural background, and medical care improves.
President of UCM and since 1995 founder and medical head of the centre
for preventive medicine and AntiAging as well as of the TEM Academy.
Twin sisters from Shenyang (Northeast China) who studied Traditional Chinese
Medicine in China and have for several years now formed a team together with
Doctor's receptionist, qualified Reiki practitioner, and conference manager.
Contact Person of our association founded in 2015 in Vienna's 13th district is Bernadette Kögler, available Monday to Friday from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM under +43 664 123 0815. She will gladly answer all your questions.
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