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Our doctor diagnosis will typically encompass observing your complexion, tongue and posture, listening to the tone of your voice, checking your pulse and posture. She may also ask questions about your health in general, including your diet and drink, and any previous medications.
Upon the proper diagnosis of your symptoms, Our doctor will draw up a comprehensive treatment plan for you, which may consist of one single therapy or a combination of the herbal therapy, acupuncture, dietary advice and acupressure. During the course of the treatment, our doctor will pay particular attention to any changes in your body and will adjust the treatment accordingly.
Duration of the treatment will depend on the nature and the severity of the symptoms. Each treatment is tailored to the individual patient.
Acupuncture is one of the best-known Chinese Medicine techniques. It was developed in ancient China and is based upon the concept of a natural vital force that flows through the body called Qi. It is a technique where very fine needles are inserted into the skin to stimulate specific anatomic points in the body (acupoints), to relieve pain and balance the flow of energy throughout the body. Acupuncture can treat a variety of chronic, acute and degenerative conditions.
The World Health Organization (WHO) recently listed a total of four categories of diseases and disorders encompassing over 100 different conditions for which acupuncture is considered to be effective. These also include some typical conditions prevailing in the modern society such as allergic rhinitis (including hayfever), headache, lower back pain, neck pain, tennis elbow, insomnia, depression, etc.
Cupping is a therapy in which a negative pressure created through a jar or cup that is applied on local body surface to remove stagnation and promote free flow of Qi and blood, diminishing swelling and pain.
Cupping is a safe, non-invasive, and an inexpensive technique. It is capable of treating a myriad of conditions, such as cold & flu, upper respiratory infections, and problems of the internal organs.. Recently, cupping has been in the media for muscular pain, bone pain and spasms, particularly on the back and shoulders.
It differs from western massage in that finger and palm pressure is applied using a wide range of techniques. It stimulates Qi mobilization to regain Yin Yang balance in certain parts of the body.. Along with the use of pressure, there is also often the use of cold or light massage on very specific parts of the body, and it is used to bring about pain relief through greater balance and circulation of the energies in the body.
It's made with unbleached cotton and 100% pure beeswax. Candles help remove impurities and avoid the build-up of earwax, which can result in complains such as buzzing, hissing and white noise, loss of hearing and a blocked-ear sensation.
Each herbal medicine prescription from our doctor is normally comprised of a cocktail of many herbs tailored to the individual patient. Along with herbs that are known in the West, Chinese Medicine also uses a large collection of other medicinal herbs including tree bark, flower petals and plant root. Adjustments are made to fit specific requirements of the patient depending on changes in the disease during the course of treatment, the strength of the patient and other factors. Therefore a patient does not receive the same medicine each week and does not receive the same as others with the same complaint.
Chinese herbs effectively target the underlying causes and seldom have any undesirable side-effects. It aims at restoring the physical balance, the balance between Yin and Yang. Our doctor will regulate your flow of Qi, blood and fluids. Weak organs will be strengthened and blocked channels opened.
Moxibustion treats and prevents diseases by applying heat to acupoints. The herbal substance used is mainly Moxa, which has unique warming/Yang qualities.
Applied mainly in the form of a cone or stick and on ginger slices, Moxa is used for pain and deficient conditions; its warming qualities enhance circulation to a particular area. It is clinically effective for common conditions such as: Acute and Chronic Pain (Frozen Shoulder, Back pain, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome), digestive upset (Diarrhoea, IBS), Women’s Disorders, and sexual function (Impotence, Decreased Libido etc.).
Also called prenatal massage, pregnancy massage is becoming increasingly popular with expectant mothers. Massage therapists who are certified in pregnancy massage know the proper way to position and support the woman's body during the massage, and how to modify techniques.
Pregnancy massage is used to reduce stress, decrease swelling, relieve aches and pains, and reduce anxiety and depression. The massage is customized to a woman's individual needs.
Hypnotherapy is a type of complementary therapy that uses hypnosis, which is an altered state of consciousness.
Hypnosis is widely promoted as a treatment for various long-term conditions and for breaking certain habits. This is despite the fact there's no strong evidence to support these uses.
Some of the symtoms that can be treated with hyposis are:
Anxiety, Depression, Panic Attacks, Self Confindence, Social Phobia, Stress, Fears and Phobias, Stop Smoking， Inomniza， Weight Loss， Sports Performance, Obsessions and Compusions
Although reflexology is sometimes called foot massage, it is more than simple foot massage. Reflexology involves applying pressure to certain points on the foot that correspond to organs and systems in the body. Reflexology is very relaxing, especially for people who stand on their feet all day or just have tired, achy feet.