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 Oriental Medicine

Oriental Medicine Treatments 

massage Shoulder pain/Back pain/Neck pain

massage  Sciatic pain

massage  Sports injuries

massage  Injury prevention & rehabilitation

massage  Endurance training enhancement

massage Abdominal and digestive issues

massage  Women’s health

 

Acupuncture   

Acupuncture

Very fine needles inserted to stimulate specific points in the body. The points are along twelve main meridian lines. Acupuncture can help rebalance the body, relax muscular tension and stimulate the nervous system.

 Herbal Medicine

  Herbal Medicine

Chinese herbs often work well for ailments and are administered depending on the ailment and constitution of the body.

 

 Stomach Massage

Chi Nei Tsang

Stomach massage focuses on internal organs in the abdominal region.Helps to release blockages and promotes circulation within the digestive system.Good for irritable bowl syndrome, candida, detoxing and constipation.

 Cupping

Cupping

Cups are useful for back and shoulder injuries.It involves heating glass cups, and placing them on the body to create a vacuum.The suction is particularly effective where an injury has caused blood to stop circulating.


A  treatment involves:
 

consultation and diagnosis

explanation of techniques where required

How to prepare for the treatment?  

Wearing loose garments help when attending treatments, because it is often necessary to carry out muscle testing and orthopedic challenges (these diagnose structural problems), and this is more comfortable when carried out clothed. 

Treatments do not need to involve acupuncture, if you are needle phobic, please don’t hesitate to mention it as there are many other forms of treatment. 

A questionnaire will need to be filled out on the first visit, so feel free to turn up a few minutes early to save time. 

A little more about Oriental Medicine techniques

Chinese Massage
Massage
(Tui na, Amma, Tao Yin & Hot stone)

Chinese massage involves releasing and stretching tight tense muscles with gentle manipulation. It’s more effective than relaxing massage, providing longer term benefits. Helps prevent injury for sports/dance performance.

Heated stone massage brings a unique combination of warmth and pressure helping to relax and relieve tension areas.


What is Oriental Medicine?
Oriental medicine is used for treatment of many ailments in China, and it dates back to ancient times. In China many hospitals still use it alongside modern medicine.

Treatment involves one, or a combination of the following;

Massage - Acupuncture - Herbs

Oriental Medicine is first and foremost based on preventative measures. This provides the knowledge for injury prevention and management.

Through the diagnosis we can determine the body’s weaknesses, which will invariably lead to further problems or pain. By applying the appropriate treatment, it can keep a person healthy, focused and active. This can dramatically reduce the amount of lost working hours and income due to sickness. It also enables athletes to recover from soreness and injuries as well as improve endurance levels.
Oriental Medicine treats the body as a whole. Excessive stress can lead to a wide range of physical and mental problems, including organ and muscular dysfunction (examples are Irritable Bowel Sydrome (IBS) and Sciatica). With specialised treatments and advice, these and many other conditions can be easily treated.

Each treatment is tailored to the individual and works well for many ailments. A range of techniques are often used during one treatment.

 

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