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Chakariya Thai Medical Clinic focuses on healing with herbal medicine and therapeutic massage by the advanced science of Thai Traditional Medicine and Oriental Medicine, especially emphasizes on the application of Thai Traditional Medicine in treatments. Products refined from Thai herbal essence such as anti-aging cosmetic, anti-aging tea and coffee, are also available for each of distinguished guests.

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Thai Traditional Medicine Academic Articles

The Use of Traditional Medicine in the Thai Health Care System

Vichai Chokevivat, M.D., M.P.H.
Anchalee Chuthaputti, Ph.D.
Pavana Khumtrakul, M.P.A.
Tom Ballard, Dr.
Department for Development of Thai Traditional and Alternative Medicine
Ministry of Public Health, Thailand

BACKGROUND

The advancement of modern medicine in the western world during the early 20th century has led to the decline of the practice of traditional medicine in many countries in the world, including Thailand, where modern medicine becomes the mainstream healthcare system, and Thai Traditional Medicine (TTM) becomes a branch of nonconventional or alternative medicine. Eventually, it was well recognized that modern medicine was probably not the answer to the good health of Thai people since a large amount of the country’s healthcare expense was spent more on the treatment of diseases with high-priced sophisticated equipment and imported new drugs than on the prevention of diseases and health promotion. In addition, despite all the advancement of medical technologies and the pharmaceutical industry, they cannot successfully cure several chronic lifestyle-related diseases, which are major health problems of today’s world, i.e. diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular diseases, and various types of cancer.

In order for the country’s healthcare system to become more self-reliance and cost-effective, Thai government then looked back at the country’s heritage of wisdom of health care and acknowledged the role that TTM, herbal medicines and medicinal plants can play on the health of Thai people for the treatment of common minor diseases, disease prevention and health promotion. The revival of the TTM began around 1978 after the issue of the Alma-Ata Declaration. As WHO urged its member countries to include medicinal plants in their primary health care (PHC) program, Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health responded to the WHO’s call by including such policy to promote the use of medicinal plants in the PHC since the 4th Health Development Plan (1977-1981). The government policy on the promotion of the use medicinal plants and Thai traditional medicine in the country’s health care system has continued until today as stated in the 5th to 9th or the present National Economic and Social Development Plans (2002-2006).

The “Collaborating Center for the Development of Thai Traditional Medicine and Pharmacy” was later established under the Office of the Permanent Secretary of Public Health in 1989 during the 6th Health Development Plan as a coordinating organization to develop TTM. This center was later upgraded to the division level in 1993 as the “Institute of Thai Traditional Medicine” (ITTM) under the Department of Medical Services in 1993. Through the years the institute has organized several activities to develop TTM in various aspects. Hence, in October 2002 as a result of the Bureaucratic Reform Act, the “Department for Development of Thai Traditional and Alternative Medicine ” (DTAM) was established as a new department under the Ministry of Public Health (MOPH), comprising of the Institute of Thai Traditional Medicine, Division of Alternative Medicine, and the Office of the Secretary. This clearly showed the intention and commitment of the Thai government to promote Thai Traditional Medicine and herbal medicine s as another means of healthcare for Thai people.

This paper will summarize the current situation of Thai Traditional Medicine in the health care system of Thailand regarding the policy, administration, practice, products, research, and education.

Activity

  • Seminar on Thai Traditional Medicine Clinic Services, lectured by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Surapot Wongyai and Ajarn Chakariya Lin, organized by Integrative Medicine work group, Health Systems Development work group and Pharmaceutical work group of Udon Thani Cancer Hospital, for the purpose of passing on knowledge and understanding in the use of herbal medicines and as guidance of applying TTM Clinic services in treatment within Udon Thani Cancer Hospital. Isara Chiawiriyabunya, M.D., Director of the Udon Thani Cancer Hospital, and Namthip Manphonsri, M.D., Deputy Director of the Health System Development, also attended the seminar at the Meeting Room No.1, 7th Fl.,Out-Patient Department and Adminitration Building, Udon Thani Cancer Hospital, on 28 March 2018
  • Mobile Medical Unit, Watsungwej School, Bangkok, 22 April 2018
  • Awarded the IP Champion 2018, Outstanding in Management of Intellectual Property of Business Organization, Branch of Small Organizations and Start Up, BITEC Bangna, 6 July 2018
  • Joint Seminars and Launching New Technology of Thai Herbs, the Rising Stars of Industry Sectors at the Centara Grand and Bangkok Convention Centre at CentralWorld, Bangkok, 10 August 2018
  • Academic visit to the Thai Medical Clinic of Vichaiyut Hospital by Faculty of Applied Thai Traditional Medicine of Mae FAH Luang University on 18 January 2017
  • Training of herbs nearby in primary health care and home medicine prescriptions, 1st time on 17 December 2016, Sripatum University
  • Training of herbs in the National List of Essential Medicines (Thailand) and home medicine prescriptions, 2nd time on 21 January 2017, Sripatum University
  • On Sunday, 12 February 2017, 16.00 – 22.00 at Forest Park of Queen Srikit Park, Bangkok, Thai Medical Clinic of Sripatum University, led by Dr. Verasing Muangman (Director of the Thai Medical Clinic), joined the project of Happy Heart to Happy Society organized by Volunteering Heart Foundation in cooperation with the Thai Health Promotion Foundation and Network Organization for Co-built of Organizations and Society, distributing giveaways of herb soap and rice milk sponsored by Apollo Global Co., Ltd.
    In the booth, free massages improving memory were served for student runners of Suan Pa Khao Cha Ang School, Chonburi, sponsored by AGC Flat Glass (Thailand) Public Co.,Ltd., along with media giving information and knowledge on holistic health care by Dr. Surapot Wongyai, including advices on health care with advanced science of Thai Traditional Medicine by authentic practitioners.
  • Suan Somdech Phra Srinagarindra Boromarajajonani Park Project, Sam Phraya District, Cha-Am District, Phetchaburi, 27 March 2017
  • Invitation given by the Pharmaceutical Association of Thailand under Royal Patronage, lecturing on Guidelines and Experiences in Applying Thai Herbs and TTM Recipes to Cancer Treatment and Other Illnesses, 21 July 2017
  • Invitation given by the Faculty of Nursing, Ramathibodi Hospital, lecturing on Anti-aging Formula with the Science of Traditional Thai Medicine, 16 October 2017
  • The committee on TTM of the National Reform Steering Assembly (NRSA) came to visit the Thai Medical Clinic of Vichaiyut Hospital, 3 February 2016
  • Conference on Integrated Nursing, Traditional Thai Medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine, Insomnia Treatment by Thai Herbs, at Amarin Room, SD Avenue Hotel, Bangkok, 15-17 February 2016
  • Mobile Medical Unit, Thai Medical Clinic, College of Oriental Medicine, Sripatum University, Novotel Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel, 30 September 2016
  • The National Fair of Traditional Thai Medicine Wisdom and The Father of Traditional Thai Medicine, Wat Phra Chetuphon Vimolmangklararm
    (Wat Pho), October 29 – November 6, 2016
  • Project of Thai Traditional Medicine for Homeland Development, Thai Herbs used in Primary Health Care and Herbal Recipes for Household, 26 November 2016, 08.00-17.30, Sripatum University
  • On invitation of Traditional Medicine Research Institute (TMRI), Bangkok, 26 August 2015
  • Lecture on Acid Reflux, Uthong Hospital, Suphanburi Province, 25 August 2015
  • Tonboon Clinic,H Plus Channel,Treatment of Acid Reflux on 5th & Renal Disease on 19th August 2015
  • Lecture on Thai Massage, The Thai Red Cross College of Nursing, 25 June 2015
  • Potiwanna Dhamma Practice Center, Chachoengsao Province, 14 June 2015
  • Thai Traditional Medicine Prescription for Anti-Aging,Tonboon Clinic,H Plus Channel, 27 May 2015
  • Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction in Man,Tonboon Clinic,H Plus Channel, 20 May 2015
  • Thai Traditional Medicine Volunteer Activity, 17 May 2015
  • Traditional Thai Medicine in the Treatment of Insomnia,Tonboon Clinic,H Plus Channel,6 May 2015
  • Holistic Health Care, Anti-Aging Tea and Massage to Improve Memory, 300 nursing students from Faculty of Nursing,
    Christian University of Thailand, 20 December 2014
  • Mobile Medical Unit, Dusit Thani College, Phatthanakan Rd. 26 November 2014
  • Sen Prathan Sib Therapy for Health Care, Thai Asahi Glass Public, 10 November 2014
  • Seminar on Medicinal Herbs Plantation, Prof. Chub Paenkhumyad, Dr. Surapot Wongyaiand and team, 5 November 2014
  • Department for Development of Thai Traditional and Alternative Medicine (DTAM), led by Asst. Prof. M.D. Thawatchai Kamoltham and team visited the TTM Clinic of Vichaiyut Hospital, received a warm welcome from clinic directors, Emeritus Professor M.D. Verasing Muangman, Dr. Surapot Wongyaiand and team, 19 October 2014
  • Exhibition of Environmental Innovations, BITEC Bangna, 13-14 October 2014
  • Development of Thai Traditional Medicine, Suan Pa Khao Cha-ang School, Chonburi Province, 12 October 2014
  • Research Presentation – Effects of Tao Ka Yhun (Bauhinia Strychnifolia Craib.) in Reducing Blood Alcohol Content,
    The 11st National Herb Expo of Thailand, 3-7 September 2014
  • Thai Traditional Medicine Development Project for Public Health, Suphanburi, 27-29 August 2014
  • Capacity Development and Training for the Application of Herbal Medicines, Health Service Network Region 5, 21-22 August 2014
  • Prospect of Traditional Chinese Medicine in the ASEAN Free Trade Area, Pimanchan Auditorium, 12th Fl., President’s Office Bldg.,
    Chandrakasem Rajabhat University, 18 August 2014
  • Thai Medicine, Thai Way of Living. Faculty of Pharmacy, Silpakorn University, 14-15 August 2014
  • Sen Prathan Sib Therapy, Suan Pa Khao Cha-ang School, Chonburi Province, 9-12 August 2014
  • Birthplace of Sen Prathan Sib (Ten Main Energy Lines), Study Tour, Wat Pho, 13 July 2014
  • Mobile Medical Unit, 25th University Executive Development Program by Office of the Higher Education Commission,
    Pathumwan Princess Hotel, Bangkok, 13 June 2557
  • Health Check, Chaophya Park Hotel, 2014
  • Development of Thai Traditional Medicine, Kanchanaburi Province, 2014
  • Development of Thai Traditional Medicine, Chonburi Province, 2014
  • OTOP Health Promotion, Muang Thong Thani, October 2013
  • Chang Kít Chang Sangket, NBT TV Program, 2013
  • Health Check, Watpho, 25-28 April 2013
  • Red Cross Fair, Ranong Province, 24-30 March 2013
  • Training, Ranong Province, 7-13 March 2013
  • Suntara Wellness Resort and Hotel, 3 February 2013
  • Health Club, Modern 9 TV, 2012
  • Parliament Award, 5 November 2012
  • Health Check for Member of Parliament, 20 March 2012
  • Health Check, Thammasat University Alumni Association, 17 August 2012
  • Ban Chang, 25-26 September 2012
  • Student Training, Vichaiyut Hospital, 10 March 2012
  • Secretariat of The House of Representatives, 17 February 2012
  • Dr.TV 2010-2011
  • Penetrate Thailand, TV Program, 2010

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