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Chinese Medicine is an ancient method of treatment that dates back around 5000 years. With the guidance of specific philosophies and theories, clients will receive targeted diagnosis and treatments such as Chinese Herbal Medicine, Acupuncture, Dietary Therapy, Tui Na etc.
Its key features include:
Acupuncture is an arm of Chinese Medicine with the focus on restoring the balance of Qi. Acupuncture is conducted by inserting and manipulating sterilised tiny needles into specific acupuncture points, to stimulate the flow of Qi and remove any energy blockages. Acupuncture can treat health conditions such as:
Chinese Herbal Medicine has an amazing position in the paradigm of Chinese Medicine with the specific art of designing a Chinese Herbal Formula to target a range of health issues or maintain overall health. Strategically designed formulas require a great deal of Chinese Medicine knowledge and precise differentiation diagnosis. A skilled practitioner can guide the treatment with a range of herbal formulas to achieve the best possible outcome, sometimes the extraordinary results which other treatments are unable to achieve.
It can treat a range of health conditions including:
Moxibustion is conducted through the burning of dried moxa on the acupuncture points, and thus Qi movement will be stimulated. Moxibustion can help in the treatment of both chronic and acute musculoskeletal conditions as well as a range of other conditions such as asthma, dysmenorrhoea, prolapsed rectum, incontinence, prolapsed vagina, and more.
Cupping is conducted through applying cups on acupuncture points, the Qi movement will be stimulated by vacuum suction which can be created either by the heating and subsequent cooling of the air in the cup or via a mechanical pump.
Tui Na is the Chinese Medicine method of manipulative therapy. Its primary objective is to stimulate Qi movement throughout the body. It can help with the treatment of both chronic and acute musculoskeletal conditions as well as many other conditions such as dysmenorrhoea, headaches, anxiety, and more.