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On September 1st, the office will move to

Michael-Vogel-Straße 1b, 91052 Erlangen,

together with Matthias Dütsch, MD, Neurologist.

The office will be located on the 2nd floor, elevator available.



History:

1973: Dr. med. Shu - Miao Moldenhauer, MD, starts the medical office for acupuncture in Alt-Erlangen.

1978: Moved to the present location with fourteen treatment rooms.

1999 : Dr. med. Sonja Maria Li Moldenhauer, MD, takes over the practice.

Since 2007: In addition to patient services, Dr. Moldenhauer starts applied research on acupuncture in cooperation with Charité, Berlin

2010: Publication and presentation of results.

2011: German-Chinese Forum for Economic and Technological Cooperation.

2012: Continuing research on mobilization of stem cells after acupuncture.

2013: Performing the clinical trial in cooperation with Klinikum Hohe Warte, Bayreuth, Zentrum für Querschnittlähmung, with the  support of Deutsche Ärztegesellschaft für Akupunktur

2013/2014: Lecturer, Acupuncture in Pain Therapy,
Curriculum Spezielle Schmerztherapie, cekib, Klinikum Nürnberg

Mai 2015: Lecture "Stammzellmobilisation nach Akupunktur bei Patienten mit Rückenmarksverletzung" at the annual meeting of Deutsche Ärztegesellschaft für Akupunktur, Bad Nauheim

2017: talk – stem cell mobilisation after acupuncture in SCI patients at the 30th DMGP annual meeting, Ulm, Germany

2018: Lecture - Acupuncture-Induced Mobilization of Stem Cells with Neurogenic Potential in Patients with Spinal Cord Injuries, ICMART-iSAMS Congress 2018


Research:

Since 2004 I have focused my work on the effect of acupuncture in patients with spinal cord injury. As I observed clinical improvements, my sister Anja Moldenhauer, MD, PhD, and I decided to start a research program to investigate the mechanisms caused by acupuncture that help patients with spinal cord injury. This is how the project ‘mobilization of stem cells following acupuncture’ came to life. In cooperation with the Charité Berlin we could finish and publish the first stage of the study.

We continue our research with the support of the ‘Deutsche Ärztegesellschaft für Akupunktur’ (DÄGfA).





Publications:

Acupuncture-induced differentiation of stem cells into neuron-like cells in patients with spinal cord injuries.

Wu M, Moldenhauer S, Dütsch M, Moldenhauer A, et al.
 
Acupunct Med. 2019 Mar 22:964528419832616.


Mobilization of CD133(+)CD34(-) cells in healthy individuals following whole-body acupuncture for spinal cord injuries.

Moldenhauer S, Burgauner M, Hellweg R, Lun A, Hohenböken M, Dietz E, Kiesewetter H, Salama A, Moldenhauer A.

J Neurosci Res. 2010 Jun; 88(8):1645-50.


Isometric handgrip exercise during dobutamine-atropine stress echocardiography increases heart rate acceleration and decreases study duration and dobutamine and atropine dosage.

Yao SS, Moldenhauer S, Sherrid MV.

Clin Cardiol. 2003 May; 26(5):238-42.


Systolic anterior motion begins at low left ventricular outflow tract velocity in obstructive hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.


Sherrid MV, Gunsburg DZ, Moldenhauer S, Pearle G.

J Am Coll Cardiol. 2000 Oct; 36(4):1344-54.


Detection of Borrelia burgdorferi from ticks (Acari) in Hebei Province, China.

Tian W, Zhang Z, Moldenhauer S, Guo Y, Yu Q, Wang L, Chen M.

J Med Entomol. 1998 Mar; 35(2):95-8.


















Last change:
30.07.2019
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