Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a comprehensive medical system that originated in China thousands of years ago and continues to be practiced all over the world today. What is unique about TCM is that it looks at each person as a whole entity rather than a list of symptoms to fix. Through its comprehensive approach, TCM gets at the root of the problem instead of just treating symptoms. It is very common for a patient not only to see their initial complaint,but also see positive changes in other areas of their physical and mental well-being.
The insertion of ultra fine, sterile, single-use needles placed in specific acupuncture points to assist rebalancing organ and biomedical disharmonies. Even those afraid of needles from past experiences with injections will be surprised at how painless this is. You may feel the initial prick as a mosquito bite, or might not feel it at all.
A prescription of herbs that is specifically designed to address an individual’s symptoms and constitution. They may be dispensed in powders or pills.
Holistic Facial rejuvenation
A practice that is centuries old. It is a gentle, effective and safe way to combat the signs of aging and erase years from your face without the risks and downtime of surgery or injections. An acupuncture facial offers many benefits to those who want to revitalize the look and feel of their skin. It builds collagen, tones muscles, improves circulation, and stimulates blood flow with no risks of scars, infections, pigment changes, rashes or toxic build up of chemicals. A series of treatments can: erase fine lines and diminish deeper wrinkles, improve muscle tone and increase collagen production, lift sagging eyelids and reduce bags/circles, reduce the appearance of scars and age spots, improve hormonal balance to benefit acne, increase blood circulation and improve coloring, reduce stress evident in the face, promote overall health and wellbeing. To get more information, you can click here or go head and book a consultation.
A technique in which sterilized glass cups are heated to create a suction and then applied to the skin. Not only is it pain-free but many people find it very relaxing. It is used to increase circulation and release deep rooted lactic acid. It's great for athletes.
A technique that is used to stimulate acupuncture points. An herb called Chinese mugwort (Artemisia Argyi), commonly known as "moxa," is heated over particular areas of the body giving a warming sensation. Moxibustion is commonly used to promote circulation and boost the immune system.
A technique in which small alligator clips are placed on inserted acupuncture needles. A small 9-volt battery-operated machine is then turned on and micro-current stimulates the acupuncture point. E-stim reduces inflammation and releases endorphins. This is similar to the TENS unit (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) that physical therapists use.
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Qigong therapy includes movement exercises to help decrease stress and improve wellness.