Professor Bin Jiang Wu, Ph.D.

Professor Wu was born in Harbin, China. After completing his secondary school at the age of fifteen, he followed his uncle to remote counties and worked as a bare-foot doctor. When universities were allowed to reopen in 1978, and entrance exams resumed recommencing, he applied for the programme of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Heilongjiang TCM University, China. After years of acquiring clinical experiences post graduation, he was accepted into the Department of Acupuncture Research in 1985, enrolling in the prestigious China Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Beijing, thereby mastering in Qigong and Acupuncture from the highest recognised academy in China for traditional Chinese medical research. This medical program was a joint approval from the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Education. He then became one of the first three postgraduates of Medical Qigong who received a Master’s Degree in China and also internationally. Later on, he studied at Hebei Medical University and Henan Medical University of Transitional Chinese Medicine, and became a specialised doctor integrating both western and Chinese medicine. He also held the position of Deputy Director of the Acupuncture Research Department of the Heilongjiang TCM Institute and was the Dean of the Qigong Researching Department before going abroad.


During the pursuit of his studies, Bin Jiang studied under the tutelage of famous specialists in acupuncture, qigong, Chinese herbs and traditional Chinese medicine and acquired the kernel of their knowledge. The ex-president of the World Federation of Acupuncture Moxibustion Society, Professor Xuetai Wang was his instructor in acupuncture; the President of China Association of Acupuncture-Moxibustion Manipulation, Professor Ji Zhang, also imparted his knowledge to him in study; and the last follower of the founder Xiangzhai Wang of Da Cheng Quan and successor of Master Qianchuan Zhou of Er-Mei, the  famous Traditional Chinese Medicine Qigong specialist Professor Guorui Jiao, was his Qigong instructor. In addition, the author of ‘Preventing of Cancer with Chinese Herb Therapy’ Professor Yongguang Li was also his palpation and Chinese herbs teacher. Wu upholds the philosophy of ‘Better travel ten thousand miles than read ten thousand books’ as his way of pursuing knowledge. On top of formal education and rigorous higher education, he traveled extensively a lot to absorb the best of what Buddhism, Taoism, and local native practices have to offer. The 31st generation monk in Shaolin temple of Mount Song-San, 90-year-old Master Shiwanxing and the contemporary famous monk doctor, Master Miaozan both became his good teachers and friends during his travels. From his youth, Professor Wu had already instituted a firm groundwork in Traditional Chinese Medicine. With several years invested in formal higher education, coupled with the ability to gather together the best from different specialists, Bin Jiang Wu laid a solid foundation for the development of Wu’s Head Massage. The potent combination of education, experiences and character endowed him to spread the traditional Chinese medicine to overseas and abroad, and to provide him a set of strong wings that continue to carry him to a prosperous future.


Since 1989 Professor Wu had visited almost twenty countries delivering a lecture series and treatment tour including Japan, Germany, France, Italy, Austria, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, former Soviet Union, Yugoslavia, U.S., and Australia. Training over a thousand students greatly publicised and promoted the academy of traditional Chinese medicine overseas. His research papers in traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture, and qigong had been circulated in many state-level publications. The reports from local newspapers, magazines, journals, TVs and radios have reached many countries. Professor Wu is an experienced traditional Chinese medicine specialist and also international TCM educator. His analytical mind, diligence in studying, daring in exploring new ideas, all enabled his unique Wu’s Head Massage to become popular in Europe, America and Asia.


Wu's Head Massage

Wu's Head Massage International Organization (WHMIA)

With the development of high technology and the wide use of computers, more and more people are working in offices as ‘white collar professionals’. Such group includes programmers, secretaries, managers, bank clerks, accountants, lawyers, doctors, etc. As a result more and more people have suffered from different civilisation related illness. For instance, those sitting in front of the computer are apt to suffering from ‘computer syndrome’, an impediment characterised by vertigo, irritability, headache, visual fatigue and heavy shoulders. Also, those who live a fast-paced stressful city life are apt to suffering from the gastrointestinal irregularities, insomnia, etc. Those who drive often or sit for a long period in front of a computer at work, in front of a TV at home, and do less exercise are apt to suffering from neck diseases. The treatment and prevention of these civilisation-related illnesses by a natural medical approach has been a challenging question that confronts many medical professionals. Wu’s Head Massage, a new specialised treatment and health care method, is a direct solution to these problems.


Wu’s Head Massage which is based on the experience of our ancestors, on the theory that of the distribution of organs and limbs on the face as described in The Yellow Emperor’s Canon of Internal Medicine, and on the theories of the scalp and ear acupuncture. Wu’s Head Massage is also practised by assimilation of theories from Shaoling and Er-Mei acupoint pressure techniques, Qigong, and hypnosis. It adapts technique of original local head massage, then applying the standard practice movements, until the final enrichment steps refined what is now an established and completed set of treatment, that is set in full accordance to the professionally standard method. Since then, Wu’s head massage has gained the research attention of the medical field.



During 1980’s, the founder of foot Massage, Priest Ruoshi Wu introduced a technique that originated from the Chinese native local foot massage therapy first to Taiwan and then to Europe. It was a pity, however, that during its introductory period overseas, his foot massage therapy was quickly absorbed, dismembered and differentiated by the Reflexology School due to lack of Chinese Medical theory and sufficient strategies in marketing and planning. In contrast, the Wu’s Head massage gave birth to fruitful results due to Professor Wu’s hard work and dedication of over ten years. The healing principle of the head massage is in accordance with a systematic traditional Chinese medical theory; the application of the standard practising movements and the supplement of Five Organs Tea (enhancer for the five different internal organs namely the heart, liver, spleen, lung and kidney) all combined to perfect and lengthen each supplement’s effectiveness. In 2009, after years of research, under the leadership and Guidance of Professor Wu, the medical experts of The Ontario College of Traditional Chinese Medicine invented the famous “5 Elements Massage & Acupuncture Therapeutic System”. Wu’s Head Massage registered its intellectual assets worldwide to protect its right. While enjoying its popularity in Europe and America, Wu’s Head Massage will surely be practised all over the world in ten years time for the benefit of human civilisation.

In 1993, Professor Wu first introduced Wu’s Head Massage to the public in the form of an article. This was done at the 3rd World Conference on Acupuncture for the World Federation of Acupuncture-Moxibustion Societies held in Japan. Since then, through more than a decade of extensive clinical and teaching experiences, Wu’s Head Massage develops to maturity and towards perfection.


In 1998, in hopes of spreading Wu’s Head Massage to gain international application and acclaim, Professor Wu left Vienna, Austria, and immigrated as a special talent to Canada, a country known for multi-national and diverse cultures.

In April 2000, Professor Wu held the position of President of Ontario College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (OCTCM) and started setting up a training base for the formal Chinese medical education in English language. In August, the first batch of WHM students graduated. To this date there are now several hundreds who boast as graduates of OCTCM. Meanwhile, training facilities are branching out to other locations such as Halifax, Owen Sound and Montreal.


In September 2000, the Wu’s Head Massage International Association headquarter was founded in Toronto, Canada. Branches of the association are also established in Europe (Austria and Hungary).




On April 9, 2001, Professor Wu was invited by the Toronto City TV Breakfast Show, to do a live show and interview demonstrating the Wu’s Head Massage.

In 2003, The College of Massage Therapists of Ontario listed Wu’s Head Massage as one of the courses for the Register Massage Therapists (RMT) under quality assurance program and, has accredited for 30 continuing education units (CEUs).

In November 2004, at the 6th World Conference on Acupuncture for the World Federation of Acupuncture-Moxibustion Societies held in Golden Coast, Australia, Professor Wu was asked to give a special topic presentation and demonstration on Wu’s Head Massage, all of which generated great interest among the attendees.


In October 2005, the English-edition monograph of Wu’s Head Massage, which Professor Wu devoted more than ten years in research and experience to establish, was published in the U.S. and internationally released and distributed.


In November 2005, the Wu’s Head Massage trademark title and its logo were registered and approved as an intellectual asset by the Canada Federal Trademark Office.

In January 8, 2006, the Overseas Traditional Chinese Medicine Educator and the founder of Head Massage, Professor Bin Jiang Wu was awarded as one of ‘The Most Improved Chinese Entrepreneur 2005’ in Canada.

In May 29, 2006, Professor Wu Bin Jiang managed the article ‘Wu’s Head Massage’ in Hungarian Budapest, the new book release. He was also invited as the honour president in “Hungarian Wu’s Head Massage Association”.

In October 2007, he participated in “The 20th Anniversary of The World Acupuncture and Moxibustion Academic Society and the Academic Congress”. Professor Wu is presenting ‘The Clinical Practice of Head Massage Treatment of Insomnia’. He was also invited to be a branch Executive Chairman of this congress in Beijing. Professor Wu was also elected to be the Vice President of the Educational Instruction Committee of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies (WFCMS).


On November 11, 2007, Professor Wu was invited by Taiwan Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Chinese Traditional Osteopathic Manipulation Cooperation & Taiwan International Association of Manipulative Medicine fora seminar. This event allowed the promotion and exchange of the culture of Traditional Chinese Medicine between China, Taiwan and Canada.

In March 2008, Professor Wu was invited to be the Judging Expert of NSFC (National Natural Science Foundation of China) for the Chinese Herbal Project. And in the same year, professor Wu was also elected to act as the Vice President of The University Cooperation Working Committee of the World Federation of Acupuncture Moxibustion Societies (WFAS).

In January 2009, Professor Wu was featured on the cover page of the American Chinese Fortune Magazine.


In February 2009, the Wu’s Head Massage Therapy was officially approved for its Trademark application from the Chinese Federal Government of both text and logo. It is now legally trademarked under the intellectual property protection.

In August 2009, he successfully organised “2009 International Chinese Traditional Medicine & Manual Technique” held in Toronto.

In November 2009, he was invited to join The 7th General Assembly of WFAS and World Acupuncture Congress at the European Parliament of Strasbourg France, in which Professor Wu was elected as one of the Board Members of the WFAS.

In November 2010, Prof. Wu attended and made a keynote speech for "World Congress of Chinese Medicine" in San Francisco, USA.

In December 2010, Prof. Wu became the cover guest of the Christmas magazine of Fame in Canada. 


In August 2011, Prof.Wu was hired as a visiting professor at Chengdu University of TCM. 


In August 2011, Ontario College of TCM successfully organized the “2011 International Convention of Traditional Medicine & Manual Techniques”. 


In September 2011, Prof. Wu attended and was elected as executive director of WFCMS and “The 7th World Congress of Chinese Medicine” at London. 


In October 2011, Prof. Wu attended and was re-elected as vice president of the Second Council of Education Instruction of WFCMS in Beijing, China.


In June 2012, Prof. Wu participated in the “International Manual TCM Forum” in Changchun, China, and was elected as Vice president of the World TCM Manual Practice Committee. 


In December 16th, 2012, Ontario College of Traditional Chinese Medicine moved to Markham and entered into a new development period. 

In October 2013, Prof. Wu attended the “ The 8th General Assembly of WFAS and World Acupuncture Congress “ in Sydney and made the keynote speech.


In June 2014, Prof. Wu was elected as the chairman of the board of TCM Acupuncture Inheritance Committee of WFAS. 

In July 2014, Prof. Wu was hired as a visiting professor at Jiangxi University of TCM. 

In April 2015, Prof. Wu invited to attend “2015 International Congress of Anesthesia and Integrative medicine” and  made a keynote speech in Shanghai.

In Aug 2015, Prof. Wu was hired as the Judging Expert of Austrian Science Fund (FWF). 


In September 2015, the first “Inheritance Base for Acupuncture-Moxibustion of TCM World Federation of Acupuncture-Moxibustion Societies” settled in Toronto, Canada, Ontario College of Traditional Chinese Medicine.


In October 2015, Prof. Wu participated in “World Chinese Medicine Congress” in New Zealand and was selected as the vice chairman of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Association.


In April 2016, DC Wellness Centre opened in the city of Richmond Hill . 


In May 2016, “ 2016 Canada Acupuncture and TCM Continuing Education Conference “ was successfully held and  a congratulatory letter from Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau  was got.


In October 2016, Prof. Wu participated in the “World Chinese Medicine Congress” . He was awarded the “International Prestigious Teacher” title by the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Association.


In January 2017, OCTCM”s second campus opened in the heart of Chinatown in Downtown Toronto.


In May 2017, “ 2017 Canada Acupuncture and TCM Continuing Education Conference “ was successfully held.


In May 2017, China Central Television (CCTV4) reported the “ 2017 Canada Acupuncture and TCM Continuing Education Conference ” which is sponsored by Ontario College of TCM, Canada. 


In June 2017, Prof. Wu was shortlisted and won the number one project as well as becoming the expert of “100 Talents and 100 Skills” project for overseas Chinese TCM practitioners in 2017 in Beijing, China.


In December 2017, Prof. Wu attended “The 9th General Assembly of WFAS and World Acupuncture Congress “ and was elected as the vice president of WFAS in Beijing, China. 


In February 2018, China Central Television (CCTV4) re-reported Ontario College of TCM as a representative of TCM acupuncture during the Spring Festival. 


In September 2018, Prof. Wu attended and was re-elected as the vice president of the Third Council of Education Instruction of WFCMS in Tianjin, China.


In October 2018, OCTCM hold the “2018 Canada Acupuncture and TCM Continuing Education Conference and The Academic Seminar for 20th Anniversary of Ontario College of Traditional Chinese Medicine”.

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