Acupuncture as an important part of Chinese medicine, originated in China over 2000 years ago, is an effective, natural and increasingly popular form of health care and is being used by people from a wide range of cultural and social backgrounds.

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Moxibustion therapy is a traditional Chinese medicine therapy using moxa made from dried mugwort. Moxa has the properties of warming and removing obstruction of channels, eliminating the cold and damp factors and thus promoting the function of the organs.

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Chinese Herbal Medicine

Chinese herbal medicine is a major component of TCM, which focuses on restoring a balance of energy, body, and spirit to both maintain health and to treat particular diseases or medical conditions. It can be dispensed in multiple forms, including convenient powder form which is quick and easy for busy lifestyles.

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Cupping Therapy

Cupping is a therapy in which a negative pressure created through a cup that is applied on the body surface to help remove stagnation and toxins, to promote free flow and Qi and blood, diminishing swelling and pain.

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Gua Sha (Spooning) Therapy

Gua Sha involves repeated pressured strokes over lubricated skin with a smooth edge. When friction is applied in repeated even strokes, the Sha surfaces as small red petechiae. In minutes the petechiae fade into ecchymotic patches. The Sha disappears totally in two to four days. The color and rate of fading are both diagnostic and prognostic indicators.

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Acupressure / TuiNa (Chinese Massage)

These techniques can be either dynamic or gentle depending on the individual requirements of the patient. This type of massage works on the meridian system of the body, where Qi and Blood circulation are promoted and pressure is applied to acupoints to achieve specific results. This is a relaxing yet invigorating form of massage.

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Chinese Nutritional/Dietary & Exercise Therapies’ Advice

You are what you eat. And food is medicine. A proper diet is considered the foundation of health. In Chinese Medicine there is a great deal of overlap between food therapy and herbal medicine. Both food and herbs are viewed in the same way — properties (cold, cool, warm, hot, or neutral), flavours (spicy, sweet, sour, bitter, or salty) and the respective organs they affect. It’s beneficial and sometimes even necessary to take the dietary advice to accelerate healing and promote health.

Chinese style exercies, like Taichi and Qigong, combine meditation, breathing, physical exercises and rhythmic movements. Qigong activates the body’s internal system to promote the circulation of body fluids, Qi and Blood, which leads to an increased feeling of vitality and promotes healing. As our patient you may be taught Qigong/Taichi exercises which help you with your specific condition.