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Treatments

Acupuncture

Acupuncture is based on a theory of invisible pathways called channels, which span the whole body. Flowing through these channels is Qi , the life force energy that underlies everything in the universe.

Many of the body's acupuncture points are lying like small whirlpools along these channels. When these channels become deficient or blocked, the organs are starved of vital Qi and if this continues for a long time, illness can result in the organs of the body.

By stimulating these points with painless disposable needles, an acupuncturist aims to free the blockage and restore flow of Qi to the organs allowing their function to improve. Because acupuncture is holistic, it treats a patient's body, mind and emotions and recent studies have shown the immediate effects to be an increased sense of energy, greater balance and decrease in pain.

Chinese Herbal Medicine

Chinese herbal medicine uses a variety of healing herbal blends made from roots, stems, bark, leaves or flowers.

These herbal combinations are most commonly used to treat, hormonal disturbances, infections, breathing disorders and can be either brewed as a tea or ingested in tablet form. The main strength of Chinese herbal medicine lies in strengthening the immune system, which builds up resistant to disease.

Reflexology

Reflexology is a gentle noninvasive therapy based on the principle that there are reflexes in the feet, hands and ears that correspond to every organ gland and system in the body. By stimulating these reflexes, reflexology encourages deep healing and tranquil relaxation.

Reflexology is particularly beneficial for joint mobilisation, migraine, sinus, digestion, back problems and stress related conditions as it helps discharge negativity and stimulate the body's own immune system for self-healing.

Tui Na Massage

It' fellows the same principle as acupuncture but instead of using needles, the TCM practitioner presses down with his or her hand on different acupuncture points on the surface of the body. Acupressure improves blood circulation and repairs tissue damage throughout the body via nerve stimulation. The practitioner can relieve pain and induce relaxation through easing tension in the muscles and joints. Acupuncture is an effective treatment for insomnia, fatigue and back pain. It is also used as a facial beauty therapy to repair facial lymph damage and improve skin tone.

Cupping Therapy

Cupping is one of TCM's oldest and most traditional treatments. It is particularly effective in improving blood circulation, easing swollen, painful of stiff joins, performing deep tissue repair sinus or head colds. In the cupping procedure a cup or a glass jar is applied to the patient's skin and as the pressure of cup/jar is reduced (either by the heat or suction) vital energy is freed which helps the body to work more efficiently.

Moxibustion

Moxibustion is carried out by burning a herb close to or on your body. It is the pungent odors as well as the warmth given off by the herb that invigorates energy by nourishing your Qi and blood.

Moxibustion can be used to boost fertility, improve circulation, provide protection from viruses or to simply warm up a cold body.

Ear Candle

Ear candle therapy is used to free clogged pores and stimulates bllod circulation. This therapy is very beneficial for headaches, sinus, ear wax and blockages in the ears.

Allergy Testing

An allergy is a sensitivity to an otherwise harmless substance, which the immune system confuses with a dangerous infection therapy releasing as urge of histamine,which causes allergic symptoms.

At our clinic we can test your level of allergy to over 110 different food stuffs, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, preservatives, addictive, pollen and dust by taking a piece of hair or single strand of hair.