The goal of Traditional Med Meet 2022 is to bring together prominent educational scientists, researchers, and research students from around the world to exchange and share their experiences and research findings on all aspects of Traditional and Complementary Medicine. We invite all doctors, acupuncturists, natural therapists, traditional and complementary medicine practitioners, Ayurveda and homoeopathy practitioners, other researchers in the field of herbal and traditional medicine, pharmacognosy, Phytomedicine, Unani, Siddha, Holistic, people who believe in natural remedies to explore their research and share their knowledge, as well as people who believe in case studies and other natural medicine practises, to attend the Traditional Medicine Conference 2022 in New York City.

Who Attends?

  • Medical Practitioners
  • Ayurveda Practitioners
  • Homeopathy Practitioners
  • Acupuncturists
  • Herbal Medicine
  • Acupuncture Practitioners
  • Traditional Medicine Practitioners
  • Naturopathic Physicians
  • Natural therapists
  • Business/Practice Managers
  • Associations, Societies and Universities

Why to Attend:

Traditional Medicine's core goal is to consolidate the underpinning Alternative Medicine research platforms in order to meet the issues of creating a better, more sustainable, and economical system for medication and health. These areas require in-depth knowledge from researchers and experts. Because of the newly created situation, it is critical to share knowledge with others. They'll need a platform to share their knowledge for this. We may claim that this conference provides a fantastic opportunity for such individuals to share their knowledge.


Track 1: Traditional Medicine for Covid-19

Coronavirus is an infectious disease caused primarily by Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS CoV-2) and is a member of the coronavirus family. Traditional medicines are mostly utilised as preventive and therapeutic agents that are prescribed for patients and are extensively used by the general public. However, the World Health Organization (WHO) has not yet established that traditional medicine can be used to treat Covid-19.

Track 2: Traditional Medicine Today: Clinical and Research Issues

Medicinal plants are used for the prevention and treatment of diseases in a variety of ways, including popular and traditional medicines. Traditional medicine is defined as the use of standardised herbal extracts. The majority of traditional medicines are derived from natural materials such as herbs, which vary in chemical composition depending on a variety of circumstances and differ from person to person.

  • Ethnobotany
  • Ethnomedicine
  • Medical Anthropology
  • Five Phases theory
  • Tongue and pulse
  • Cupping
  • Mythical origins

Track 3: Ayurveda and Unani Medicines

Ayurveda is a complementary and alternative medicine system having various historical roots in the Indian subcontinent. Ayurveda's principal philosophy and practises are pseudoscientific remedies, which include meditation, yoga, massage, medications, special diets, laxatives, special oils, and enemas, among others. Unani medicine is a traditional technique of healing and health maintenance practised mostly in South Asia. Arabic medicine, or Islamic medicine, is another name for unani medicine.

  • Yoga Therapy
  • Mudras in Yoga
  • Chakras in Yoga
  • Yoga for the Nervous System
  • Yoga for Pregnancy & Aging
  • Yoga for Wellness & Addiction Recovery
  • Balneotherapy
  • Brazilian
  • Bush medicine
  • Cambodian

Track 4:  Homeopathy and Allopathy

Homeopathy is a type of treatment that relies on the use of highly diluted medicines that the practitioners claim will help the body to cure itself. Remedies are another name for homoeopathy medicines. Medical doctors, pharmacists, nurses, and other healthcare professionals who are licenced to practise and treat diseases and symptoms are known as allopaths. Allopathy (allopathic medicine) is another name for allopathy.

  • Electrohomeopathy
  • Homeoprophylaxis
  • Homeopathic Vaccines
  • Preparation and Treatment
  • Proving of Homeopathic Medicines

Track 5:  Mind Therapy

Mind therapy is a relaxation technique that involves enhancing the mind's relationships with body function. Mind therapy is mostly used to help with pain management, stress management, anxiety management, and depression management. Hypnosis, yoga, meditation, guided imagery, and tai chi are some of the mind therapies.

Track 6:  Acupuncture and Naturopathy

Acupuncture is a type of alternative medicine in which tiny needles are put into the body. It is also used in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Acupuncture is primarily used to alleviate the pain and suffering associated with a wide range of diseases and ailments, such as postoperative nausea, chemotherapy-induced nausea, and vomiting. Naturopathy is a type of alternative medicine that involves a variety of pseudoscientific procedures marketed as natural, non-invasive, or self-healing.

Track 7: Chiropractic Medicine

Chiropractic medicine is a pseudoscientific complementary and alternative medicine that focuses on the treatment and diagnosis of mechanical musculoskeletal system diseases, particularly in the spine. Chiropractic medicine is mostly used to treat pain in joints, bones, muscles, and connective tissues like ligaments, tendons, and cartilage.

  • Spinal Manipulation
  • Thompson Drop Chiropractic Technique
  • Gonstead Chiropractic Technique
  • Activator

Track 8: Herbal and Chinese Medicine

Herbal medicine is a discipline of science that deals with the study of pharmacognosy and the application of medicinal herbs, which are one of the foundations of traditional medicine. Traditional Chinese medicine is a branch of Chinese traditional medicine that is based on the Compendium of Materia Medica and the Huangdi Neijing. Cupping therapy, gua sha, acupuncture, and bonesetter are all examples of Chinese medicine.

  • Anthroposophic medicine
  • Apitherapy
  • Applied kinesiology
  • Aromatherapy
  • Auriculotherapy
  • Moxibustion
  • Folk Medicine
  • Origin - Yin, and Yang
  • Eight principles of diagnosis
  • Chinese Herbal Therapy

Track 9:  Holistic Medicine

In the pursuit of maximum health and wellness, holistic medicine is one of the approaches of healing that considers the full person's mind, spirit, body, and emotions. Alternative medicine, integrative medicine, complementary medicine, natural medicine, unconventional medicine, and unorthodox medicine are all terms used to describe holistic medicine.

Track 10:  Osteopathic and Sports Medicine

Osteopathic medicine is a sort of alternative medicine that focuses on the physical manipulation of the body's muscles and bones. Osteopathic medicine takes a holistic approach to health, treating the full individual rather than just the symptoms. Sports medicine is a specialty of medicine that deals with physical fitness, injury prevention, and treatment in sports and exercise-related injuries.

  • Orthopedic nurse
  • Kinesiotherapist
  • Physical therapist
  • Sports psychologist
  • Sports medicine nurse
  • Physiatrist

Track 11:  Body Movement Therapies and Massage

Body movement therapy is a type of therapy that employs movement to assist a person in dealing with a disability, sickness, or other obstacles that prevent them from fully functioning. Body movement therapy's major goal is to improve a person's cognitive, mental, physical, and emotional well-being. Massage is a technique for manipulating the soft tissues of the body that is done entirely with the fingers, hands, elbows, forearms, knees, or a device.

Track 12:  Yoga and Meditation

Yoga is a collection of mental, physical, and spiritual activities or disciplines that originated in ancient India. Yoga is a spiritual practise that is primarily based on a highly subtle science that focuses on bringing mind and body into harmony. Meditation is a technique in which a person utilises strategies such as focusing on a certain object, mindfulness, idea, or activity to train attention and awareness, develop emotional serenity and stability, and mental clarity.

  • Vinyasa Yoga
  • Hatha Yoga
  • Ashtanga Yoga
  • Power Yoga
  • Restorative Yoga
  • Movement meditation
  • Mantra meditation
  • Transcendental meditation
  • Mindfulness meditation
  • Spiritual meditation

Track 13: Nutrition and Diet Supplements

Nutrition is a physiological and biochemical process in which microbes utilise food as a source of energy. Absorption, assimilation, ingestion, catabolism, biosynthesis, and excretion are all part of the nutrition process. Diet supplements are produced products that are used to supplement one's diet by consuming pills, capsules, powder, liquid, or tablets.

Track 14: Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Pharmacognosy is a discipline of science concerned with the study of plants and other natural sources as potential medication sources. It focuses on the physical, chemical, biochemical, and biological characteristics of pharmaceuticals and drug compounds derived from natural sources. Phytochemistry is a discipline of science concerned with the study of phytochemicals, which are compounds obtained from plants.

Track 15: Neutraceuticals and Herbal Cosmetics

A neutraceutical is a supplement that promises to have physiological advantages in place of medications. Neutraceuticals are foods or food supplements that provide medicinal or health advantages in addition to nourishment. They also aid in the prevention of illness recurrence and the healing process. Herbal cosmetics are cosmetics that are made with a variety of materials to build the basis and one or more herbal compounds to treat a variety of skin conditions.

Track 16: Herbal Market and Therapies

Herbal remedies mostly rely on medically active compounds derived from plants. These herbal remedies can be prepared from any part of the plant, but the roots, leaves, seeds, and flowers are the most frequent. Depending on the type of herb, it can be consumed as a liquid or as a pill that is inhaled or applied to the skin.

Track 17: Evolvement of Complementary Medicine

Complementary treatments have evolved over time and have become codified from rudimentary techniques, albeit many were developed during the nineteenth century as alternatives to damaging practises such as purgation and bloodletting.

Track 18:  Challenges and Future Directions of Traditional Medicine

Animal and mineral-based medications, non-religious treatments, manual methods and exercises, used singly or in combination to treat, diagnose, and prevent illness or maintain well-being. Traditional medicine has grown in popularity in Cameroon during the last decade, mainly as a result of the country's long-term unsustainable economic situation.

  • Ayurvedic medicine
  • Homeopathy
  • Kampo medicine
  • Naturopathy
  • Acupuncture
  • Chiropractic medicine
  • Herbal medicine



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Conference Date September 19-20, 2022
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