Dr. Arthur Yin Fan earned a medical doctorate of traditional Chinese medicine degree in China, and also completed training in the Western medicine diagnosis and treatment of neurological disorders. He went on to achieve a Ph.D. degree in Chinese Internal Medicine. His six-year medical residency focused on combining TCM and Western internal medicine. In China, Dr. Fan has conducted research in his medical specialty areas under grants from the Chinese Nature Science Foundation, and has been the recipient of several important awards from the Chinese government. In his private TCM practice in the Washington, D.C.-Virginia area, Dr. Fan applies his clinical experience to helping patients with pain, nausea, stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, Tourette’s syndrome, dystonia, Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), depression, arthritis, and cancer. Dr. Fan’s extensive experience in integrative medicine has earned him a position as an evaluator of the Medical Science Research Grant Applications for NIH and the Singapore national government, and as a consultant for the Integrative Medicine program at the University of Maryland medical school. He has also conducted CAM (Complementary and Alternative Medicine) research for the Georgetown University Medical School’s program in nutrition and herbology, and is a CAM reviewing expert for several well-known medical publication houses including Elsevier and World Scientific.