Acupuncture is a form of natural medicine that has been used worldwide for over 3000 years, with consistent and remarkable effect. It is used both as a primary and complementary form of medical treatment. Acupuncture is recognized by The World Health Organization (WHO) and National Institutes of Health (NIH) and has virtually no adverse effects.
Tunia is considered a type of medical massage. The practitioner may use eight principles or methods including brush, knead, roll/press, and rub the areas between each of the joints for balancing your body. Gua Sha is when the practitioner targets big muscle areas or special points.
Acupressure is a form of Chinese Medicine that uses the exact same principles of Acupuncture without facilitating acupuncture needles. It is an excellent source of healing for babies, children and sensitive patients.
Cupping is an ancient Chinese method of moving Qi and resolving blood stagnation within the tissues of the body. It can be used in conjunction with other Chinese Medicine modalities or as a stand-alone treatment. A vacuum is created using suction or heat, then the cup is placed on the skin. This vacuum draws up the underlying tissues encouraging movement of Qi and Blood in that area. It is a relaxing and painless modality that is very effective especially with muscle tension.
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During the initial exam a full health history is taken. Questions are asked regarding health, symptoms and lifestyle. An appropriate physical exam is conducted, including pulse and tongue diagnosis.
Gathering this information enables the practitioner to effectively diagnose and detect any specific imbalances of Qi that may have contributed to a persons health problems. The practitioner can then create a well-structured treatment plan.
Once the imbalances of Qi are detected, an acupuncturist will place fine, sterile needles at specific acupoints along meridian pathways. This safe and painless insertion of the needles can unblock the obstruction and balance Qi where it has become unbalanced. Once this is done, Qi can freely circulate throughout the body, providing adequate nourishment to cells, organs, glands, tissues and muscles. This can eliminate pain and restore balance and harmony, as well as the body’s ability to heal itself—ultimately leading to optimal health and well-being.
Acupuncture and Chinese medicine is a safe, effective and drug-free therapy that can help address a wide variety of common ailments and problems.