Guohui Liu studied Chinese medicine with his father, Luyan Liu, Prof. Ran Pin-Zhen and other well-known traditional doctors at Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China for over thirty years. He earned his Master degree from Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1985 and became an associate professor at the university in 1994. He distinguished himself not only in high appreciation from his students, but also favorable appraisal from his clients and his colleagues.
Guohui Liu has published numerous books and articles about medicine and the classics in Chinese. He has presented workshops on various aspects of Chinese medicine like cancers, hepatitis, ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease, irritable bowel syndrome, allergies, infertility, prostatitis, benign prostatic hyperplasia, pain management in schools and organizations in the United States, European countries and China since 1993. In 2001, after many years of research and writing, he has published the book, Warm Diseases, A Clinical Guide in cooperation with the influential Eastland Press, which focuses on various viral and bacterial infectious diseases, has been discussed favorably in academic journals in Europe and the US and has since emerged as the leading reference tool in this field.
Over more than four decades of training and practicing in Classics in Chinese medicine and Internal medicine has made Guohui Liu an expert in treating male reproductive disorders, digestive disorders, cancers and pain by the combination of Chinese herbs, acupuncture and diet recommendations. While still living in China, Guohui Liu was quite popular with his patients in the community and was invited to join the Veteran Doctor Clinic of Chengdu College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (now called Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine) even though he was not yet a veteran doctor (he was only 29 years old at the time). Since joining Oregon College of Oriental Medicine as an faculty in 1995, he had become a highly active, licensed acupuncturist in the community. His patients are received with warm and friendly “bed side manner” as well as excellent treatments. Thus, his work has been highly appreciated by his clients and has drawn attention from organizations in the community and media in Oregon. In 1996, He was invited by the Northwest Chinese Council to give a two-hour speech about “Eastern Nutrition and Chinese Herbs.” In 1998, after successfully treating several cancers and other difficult diseases, Guohui Liu was interviewed by both The Oregonian and Asia Today, a leading English newspaper in Oregon and a leading Chinese newspaper in the Portland and Seattle areas. In 2000, he was invited by Dr. Tomasz M. Beer at Prostate Cancer Program at Oregon Health Science University to join the research project for prostate cancer, which is founded by National Health Institute. The outcome of the research project was productive and it was published in North American Journal of Urology. Dr. Guohui Liu does not take insurance