Welcome to TibetanDoctors.com Resource Listings

      There is so much to learn and know about Tibetan medicine, it is a wonderful and exciting well tested art and science of healing. Provided here is access to resources,  and included are locations where you can find research, teachings and courses, clinic workshops on Tibetan medicine and distant healing resources.
      Tibetan Medicine is a healing system that is several centuries old and is the principal medical system practiced in Tibet, Mongolia, Bhutan, Siberia, India and several other Asian countries. It has its origin since 657 BC prior to the advent of Buddhism into Tibet from India. It is a unique holistic healing system which takes into account the physical, mental, spiritual and environmental conditions contributing to symptoms and disorders.
​      When you are in an imbalance or in a dis-eased state, Tibetan holistic therapies can bring you back into alignment and support you by offering diet and lifestyle suggestions specific to your individual needs, providing spiritual insight, physical therapies and when added support is needed the Tibetan botanical supplements may be suggested. The famous Tibetan botanical pill and special Tibetan Jewel Pill supplements are designed to be effective for many different kinds of illnesses and chronic health issues. You can learn more about all aspects of this healing tradition by perusing the various resources listed below.  We hope you find this page helpful.




Tanaduk Center for Tibetan Holistic Health
123 North Beach Road
Eastsound, Wa 98245

Offers resources for spiritual healing and Tibetan healing therapies of the Tibetan tradition.
Tenzin@Tanaduk.com

Medicine Buddha Practice – teaching and prayer texts
https://www.lamayeshe.com/advice/healing-medicine-buddha-practice

 

Distant Healing


Tibetan lamas are available to perform special spiritual practices (pujas) that generates healing specific to the request. These prayer puja’s are offered for the benefit of individuals who are ill, have certain troubles and for those recently deceased. A donation is traditionally offered to cover the cost of the materials (incense, many types of offerings etc.) used in the blessing prayer puja’s. Additional funds to support the work of the lamas are also always welcome; in the Tibetan tradition it is believed that such donations add to the energetic cohesive effectiveness of the blessing ceremony for whom it is offered and for the person making the request and sending the donation. 
Send your request to: tenzin@Tanaduk.com

Tibetan Centers

San Francisco, California

Menpa Yangdron Kalzang
Tibetan Wellness & Healing Center
1249-46th Avenue, San Francisco, Ca 94122
Phone: 415-681-1643; Cell: 831-239-2035
tibetanhealth2003@yahoo.com
tibetanhealth2003@yahoo.com

 

California (Bay Area, San Diego, L.A. and others)
Dr. Dickey Palden Nyerongsha is a doctor of Tibetan Medicine practicing in the San Francisco Bay area.Dr. Dickey sees patients in Berkeley and San Francisco as well as traveling to Arizona, Texas, Southern California and Northern Oregon.
For appointments with Dr. Dickey please phone (310) 444-9709.

 

Boulder, Colorado
Tibetan Medicine & Holistic Healing
holistic-health.org
holistic-health.org/boulder/
(303) 570-8242
PO Box 1248 Boulder, CO

 

Phil Weber
Shambhala Clinic (Boulder Family Practice Tibetan Medicine Clinic)
(303) 442-8843

 

Florida

Jupiter, Florida  Calm Spirit Health Care in Jupiter, FL, Steven Hollifield offers Tibetan therapies and hosts visits by Tibetan Physicians.

New York

Institute for East-West Medicine
102 East 30th Street
New York, New York 10016

The Institute for East-West Medicine is associated with the Meridian Medical Group, which provides medical treatments that include Chinese, Ayurvedic, and Tibetan medical methods.

 

Dr. Choeying Phuntsok
Meridian Medical Group
102 E. 30th Street, NY, NY 10016
(212) 683-1221

 

Traditional Tibetan Healing, Inc.
231 Holland St.
Somerville, MA 02143
This center specializes in Tibetan medicine and also provides other alternative health care services. The clinical director is Keyzom Bhutti.

 

Boston, Massachusetts

Tibetan Herbal Healing LLC
13 Harrison Street Somerville, MA 02143
For information or appointment call (617) 718-9131
Fax (617) 628-6504 or e-mail drbhutti@rcn.com

Northampton, Massachusets

Shang Shung Tibetan Healing Center
Health consultations and herbal medicines from Dr. Phuntsog Wangmo plus Kunye Tibetan Massage.

 

Wisconson

Medicine Buddha Healing Center
6593 Clyde Road, Spring Green, WI 53588
Phone: (608)583-5311 Fax: (608)583-4243
 

Toronto, Ontario
Sakya Dorje is a fully qualified physician of Tibetan medicine. http://www.shakyadorje.org/

Courses

Chakpori Tibetan Medical Institute
Trogawa House
North Point
Darjeeling 734104
West Bengal, India

The Chakpori Institute has a teaching center for Tibetan Medicine, the Three Pillars School (the Three Pillars = school, pharmacy, and clinic), in West Bengal and sponsors lectures in Darjeeling.

Shang Shung Institute
P.O. Box 277
Conway, MA 01341
[also in Italy]

The Shang Shung Institute provides courses in Tibetan medicine, featuring Dr. Thubten Phuntsog.

 

PLANT PRESERVATION/CULTIVATION
Tibetan Plateau Project
300 Broadway, Suite 28
San Francisco, California 94133

ITM provides funding and other support for a Tibetan and Ayurvedic Plant conservation and cultivation project in Nepal headed by Joy Lawrence.

 

Tanaduk Botanical Research Institute
P.O. Box 1886
Eastsound, Wa. 98245
www.Tanaduk.com

Supporting Tibetan medicinal plant propagation in India, Bhutan and Tibet since 1974.

 

EUROPE – Clinics and Support
Brussels, Belgium
Samye Dzong Brussels Karma Gyamtso Shedrup Ling
http://www.samye.be
33 rue Capouillet 1060 Brussels
Tel: 00 32 (0)2 537 54 07 / Fax: 00 32 (0)2 537 42 45
E-mail: centre@samye.be
Visiting Doctor: Dr Tamdin S Bradley

 

Gentofte, Denmark
Dr. Bhuti Losang
Tibet Herbal Klinik
Rakelsvej 3 st tv, 2900 Hellerup, Denmark
Phone: 0045 26999920 / Home: 0045 35103398
e-mail: bhutilosang@gmail.com

 

Düsseldorf, Germany
Garuda Institute for Healing and Tibetan Medicine
Sarah B. Schons, MD, PhD
Working Europe-wide and in the USA.
Phone: +49-211-49 11 045 Fax: +49-211-49 21 059

Steyrerstr. 11, Freiburg 79117 Germany
Telephone: 49-761-66814 / rozina@compuserve.com

 

Karmalashila Institute
Schloss Wachendoif, 5353 Mechernich/Eifel
Dr. Karma Drubgyu Tendar
drubgyud@hotmail.com
Tel: (02655)960955 / Fax: (02655)960975

 

Freiburg, Germany
Dr Namgyal Qusar
Steyrer Str 11 Freiburg 79117
Tel: 00 46 761 66814

England (London)

UK Tibetan Medicine Programme –A distinguished and experienced Tibetan doctor now visits the UK four times a year at the invitation of Tibet Foundation.

Dr. Tamdin Sither Bradley is the first Tibetan doctor resident in Great Britain — she lives in London.
17 Frating Crescent Woodford Green Essex IG8 0DW Tel /Fax: 020 8504 1026 E-mail: drtamdin@freeuk.comPractice at Kilash Center
 

Scotland (Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dumfriesshire)
Tara Institute of Tibetan Medicine Clinics
Dr. Lobsang Dhonden

 

Budapest, Hungary
Zoltan Nagy has established a Tibetan/Mongolian medical clinic in Budapest. The clinic staff is well versed in Tibetan/Mongolian traditional medicine, working in close partnership with the Western-trained Hungarian medical community to diagnose and treat patients using both Western and Eastern methods. “The use of traditional Eastern treatments of illness provides a cost effective alternative for Hungarians who are finding it increasingly difficult to pay for health care.” [We would be glad to have more information about this clinic]

 

Milan, Italy
Kunpen Lama Gangchen Centre for Tibetan Medicine
via Marco Polo 13 (very near to the Central Railway Station)
Tel. +39 026 597 458
email: info@peacenvironment.net

 

Amsterdam, Netherlands
Dutch Foundation for Tibetan Medicine.

 

Poland Warsaw
Maciej Modlewski
ul.Jana Pawla 36/32A, 00-141 Warszawa, Polska
phone#: 652 11 95 / E-mail: dhitsa@hoga.pl

 

Slovakia
Centrum Tibetskej Mediciny

Inviting tibetan doctors from Chagpori medical institute, Men tsee khang and privite doctors from India.Organizing courses, talks, conferences and health consultation to promote tibetan medicine inCzech and Slovak Republic

co: lukas.chmelik@gmail.com
tel.00421915229953
www.tibetska-medicina.sk
tibetska-medicina.blogspot.com
www.facebook.com/tibet.medicina
 

Sweden
Svensk Tibetanska Skol-och Kulturforeningen Allhelgonagatan 5 o.g. 11858 Stockholm SWEDEN Tel: 00 46 8 643 4947 Fax : 00 46 8 643 4917
Visiting Doctors : Dr Tamdin S Bradley / Dr Bhuti LosangTibet Herbal House Kungsleden 5515 24694 Klippan SWEDEN Fax: 00 45 397 66888

 

Zurich, Switzerland
Dr. Tendhon Amipa-Desam

 

INDIA and NEPAL
All — Men-Tse-Khang Branch Clinics

Nearly 50 branch clinics are located in communities all over India and in Nepal.

Darjeeling
Chakpori Medical Institute
 

Dharamsala
Men-Tse-Khang
(formerly Tibetan Medical and Astrological Institute)
Gangchen Kyishong, Dharamsala, 176215 H.P., INDIA
e-mail: tmai@dsala.tibet.net

 

Kathmandu, Nepal
Kunfen Medical Clinic

 

Solu Khumbu, Nepal
Sacred Land Initiative Healing Centre – High altitude medical herb plantation, pharmacy, clinic and research center at Namche Bazar, Solu Khumbu, Nepal. A project of the Tengboche Monastery.

 

RUSSIA
Buryatiya
Medical Faculties of Buryat Buddhist Monasteries
Natalia Bolsokhoeva

Institute for Mongolian, Buddhist and Tibetan Studies of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences,
6, Sakhyanovoi Street, Ulan-Ude, Buryatia, Russia
phone: (res.) 007 (3012) 33 43 53
e-mail: ofp@bsc.buriatia.ru

 

Kalmykia
Tibetan Medicine in Kalmykia
Dr. Sonan Koldaev
Apt 29, 1A Partizanskaya Street, Elista, Kalmykia 358000
Russia
e-mail: doctorK@elista.rospac.ru
phones: (res.): (007) 84722 – 26281 (off.): 62257
fax: (007)- 84722- 27779




 

BOOKS ABOUT TIBETAN MEDICINE


Following are some resources for the study of Tibetan Medicine from the ITM library that are in the English language.  There are numerous other small books available from the same publishers.  Most of the Tibetan medical books published in English began to appear in the mid-1970’s, shortly after Tibetans began to tour the major Western cities to describe their dilemma.  Several of the books are now out of print, but may still be found in stores that specialize in used books.  Four authors have produced many of the titles: Tsarong, Dash, Donden, and Rapgay; their books are listed first, and they have produced other books as well that are not in the ITM library.

 

Handbook of Traditional Tibetan Drugs by T.J. Tsarong, 1986 Tibetan Medical Publications, Kalimpong, West Bengal, India.

Tibetan Medicinal Plants (illustrated) by T.J. Tsarong, Tibetan Medical Publications, Kalimpong, West Bengal, India.

Fundamentals of Tibetan Medicine by T.J. Tsarong, 1981 Tibetan Medical Centre, Dharamsala, India.

Formulary Of Tibetan Medicine by Vaidya Bhagwan Dash, 1988 Classics India Publications, Delhi, India.

Materia Medica of Indo-Tibetan Medicine by Vaidya Bhagwan Dash, Classics India Publications, Delhi, India.

Tibetan Medicine with Special Reference to Yoga Sataka by Vaidya Bhagwan Dash, 1985 Library of Tibetan Works and Archives, Dharamsala, India.

Health Through Balance by Yeshe Donden, Snow Lion Publications, Ithaca, NY.

What Is Tibetan Medicine? by Yeshe Donden and Gyatsho Tshering, Tibetan Review Publications, Delhi, India.

Ambrosia Heart Tantra annotated by Yeshe Donden, translated by Jhampa Kelsang, 1977 Library of Tibetan Works and Archives, Dharamsala, India.

Tibetan Medicine: A Holistic Approach to Better Health by Lobsang Rapgay, Dharamsala, India.

The Tibetan Book of Healing, by Lobsang Rapgay, 1996 Passage Press, Salt Lake City, UT.

Tibetan Therapeutic Massage by Lobsang Rapgay, 1986 Dharamsala, India.

The Art of Tibetan Medical Urinalysis by Lobsang Rapgay, 1986 Dharamsala, India.

Tibetan Buddhist Medicine and Psychiatry by Terry Clifford, 1984 Samuel Weiser, Inc. York Beach, ME.

Tibetan Medicine by Rechung Rinpoche, 1976 University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.

Studies in Tibetan Medicine by Elisabeth Finckh, 1988 Snow Lion Publications, Ithaca, NY.

Lectures on Tibetan Medicine by Lobsang Dolma Khangkar, 1986 Library of Tibetan Works and Archives, Dharamsala, India.

Introduction to Tibetan Medicine by Luigi Vitiello, Wisdom Publications, London, England.

The Tibetan Art of Healing by Theodore Burang, Robinson and Watkins Books, London.

Asceticism and Healing in Ancient India: Medicine in the Buddhist Monastery, by Kenneth Zysk, Oxford University Press, Oxford, England.

Healing Herbs, The Heart of Tibetan Medicine by Badmajew, et al., Red Lotus Press, Berkeley, CA.

Barry Clark, 1995 Snow Lion Publications, Ithaca, NY.