There's much more information in Chinese, but I'm assuming you can't read it. If that's untrue, let me know and I'll post additional sites.
In any case, the Damo Qigong Training Center is geared to handle western patients. It may be worthwhile to reasearch the place and consider a trip. Root around the site, check the message board on chinafrominside.com, etc. I've studied the same material at the ShiYan City Wudang Kung Fu Research Association, a related training center in Hubei province (the former specializes in medical treatment, the latter in gongfu). It takes about 3 years of daily practice to make a minor achievement in the Damo system, but many medical conditions can be reversed in a few short weeks - the lifetime commitment is only required for those who desire to achieve religious results.
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is the Huaxia Zhineng Qigong Center, if they are still open. The Chinese government closed down many qigong hospitals after the Falung Gong development.
Luke Chan and his brother Frank studied there and many of the practices from the hospital are now taught over here. Best though, for treatment, is extensive immersion for around a month on location. Call 1-800-784-0146 and/or visit www.chilel-qigong.com