This preparation and use of all natural plants and minerals as prescriptive medicine. Traditional Chinese herbology treats many disorders and diseases. Like food, herbs affect blood and Qi disorders through nourishment and assimilation.
This technique (ear points), is used with body acupuncture as a means of drug and alcohol detoxification and withdrawal, weight control, smoking cessation, and relaxation. The ear is a microsystem of the whole body where all organs, systems, and skeletal issues are effected.
This analgesic technique, in which moxa, a flammable substance derived from the wormwood plant, is heated on the body or the needles. This is intended to warm regions of the body, as well as stimulate energy and blood circulation. This ancient approach will enable a breech baby to turn in it’s position, and become ready for delivery.
A traditional Chinese soft tissue massage and structural adjustment to treat injury, deformity and chronic muscle disorder. This approach treats tissues, bones, ligaments and tendons to enhance and regulate the flow of qi, blood and fluids in the body.
This technique is especially useful in the treatment of problems of local Qi, or blood stagnation in the channels, and is usually performed as an addition or alternative to acupuncture. Suction designed to bring energy flow to the site.
Herbs served either mixed, raw, granulated, or in pill form, depending on your condition and desire.
TCM AMMA Massage:
This technique is as ancient as acupuncture, designed to bring energy to the acupuncture meridians.
Attached to the needles, this treatment enables the muscle to release spasm at the deep level that spasms occur at. It also increases energy to the muscle and injured sites.
Heat therapy restores balance, relieves chronic inflammation, and eases pain. Infrared lamps are primarily utilized.
A strong method of self-treatment handed down in China, the TCM doctor recommends an energetically balanced diet to treat disharmonies, particularly many diseases in the digestive system.