Dr. Mark J. Langweiler, DC, DAAPM, SFHEA
Institute of Health and Social Care
London South Bank University
103 Borough Road
London SE1 0AA
Dr. Mark J. Langweiler, DC, DAAPM is a registered doctor of chiropractic in the United Kingdom. Originally from New Jersey, USA, he has practiced in 4 countries. Prior to turning to teaching full-time, Mark was the Director of Integrated Medicine at Atlantic Hematology/Oncology Group. He is currently the Principle Lead and Course Director for the Integrated Masters-in-Chiropractic at London South Bank University chiropractic and lectures in anatomy. He has been practicing and teaching taijiquan and qigong for over 35 yearsn and is a disciple of Grandmaster Wu Kwong Yu.
Current research is investigating the effects of taijiquan on the fascial system. Additionally, he is looking at how research methodology can be used to incorporate non-Western healthcare systems (using taijquan as the example) into biomedicine without their loss of identity. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal for the Tai Chi Union of Great Britain.
Langweiler MJ, (2021). Evidence-Based Medicine and the Potential for Inclusion of Non-Biomedical Health Systems: The Case for Taijiquan. Frontiers in Sociology, January 2021. doi: 10.3389/fsoc.2020.618167
Yanxia, Z. Dongqing L. and Langweiler, M. (2018). Taiji Yangshen Chinese, China Intercontinental Press, Beijing.
Stubin, K., Langweiler, M, Mior, S. McCarthy, P. (2016). Assessing patient-centered care in patients with chronic health conditions attending chiropractic practices: Protocol for a mixed-method study. Chiropr Man Therap. May 9:24:15 doi 10.1186/s 12998-016-0095x.
Langweiler, M and McCarthy, P. (2015). Methodologies for Effectively Assessing Complementary and Alternative Medicine Research Tools and Techniques. Jessica Kingsley Publishers, London.