Puhua has long been accepted as the leader in Neurology and Neurosurgery in China, attracting the country’s foremost experts who are recognized not only locally but internationally as well. Having its’ roots in this area, Puhua International Hospitals have the best facilities for surgery, treatment and rehabilitation in the country.
Dr. Zhou Jingli (Julia)
Dr. Zhou is the Director of the Neurology Department of Beijing Puhua International Hospital. Dr. Zhou has been to USA several times to give lectures in neurology. As a visiting scholar of University of Michigan and Harvard University, she participated in many research projects on neurology and neuropsychology. She has been a main editor of several national medical publications, such as Neurology and Neuroscience. Dr. Zhou has conducted in-depth studies on the treatment of intractable neurological diseases, particularly degenerative diseases. Dr. Zhou has participated in many clinical research projects on aphasia, dementia and neurosis and has published several groundbreaking papers. Dr. Zhou is renowned as an aphasia specialist in China.
Her areas of specialization include: Parkinson's disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), multiple sclerosis (MS), multiple system atrophy (MSA), myasthenia gravis (MG), malnutrition, inherited metabolic diseases (IMDs), such as Batten disease.
Dr. Yang Ling
Dr. Yang, former Director of the Neurology Department of Beijing Tiantan Neurological Hospital, is now a senior neurologist of Puhua International Hospitals-Temple of Heaven. A graduate of the Third Military Medical University, she went on to work at the Neurological Department there for more than thirty years as the Clinical Chief, head of the Specialists Consulting Center and the Head of the Emergency Center.
After many years of research, Dr. Yang has successfully applied stem cell technology to various clinical diagnoses. She makes treatment plans in accordance with the patient's individual condition and has achieved great results in the treatments of cerebral palsy, Parkinson disease, optic atrophy, encephalopathy, developmental disorders and apoplectic sequelae. Her areas of specialization: Cerebrovascular disease, cephalo-facial neuralgia, sequelae of brain injury, spinal cord injury, cerebral palsy, Parkinson's disease, optic atrophy, encephalopathy, developmental disorders and apoplectic sequela.