WHAT CAN ACUPUNCTURE TREAT
The following is a list of conditions for which Acupuncture can prove beneficial in alleviation of symptoms but also, in some cases, resolution of the condition. Please contact us if you would like further information regarding a specific ailment.
Viral, bacterial & fungal diseases
Weakened Immune System
Acute & Chronic Colitis
Biliary & Renal Colics
Post-operative vomiting / nausea
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Headaches & migraines
Neck & low back pain
Scars & post-surgical adhesions
Acute & chronic sports industries
Childbirth & Pregnancy
ADDITIONAL TREATMENT APPROACHES
OF ACUPUNCTURE WE PROVIDE
What is Moxibustion (Moxa)?
Moxibustion, also called moxa treatment, is a traditional medical practice that is performed by burning small cones of dried leaves on certain designated points of the body, generally the same points as those used in acupuncture.
Moxibustion is founded on the belief that blockages in the flow of energy lead to mental and physical health problems.
Available with Sujin, Xinyi & Daisuke.
What is Tui Na Massage?
The philosophy and principles of Tui na massage are based on traditional Chinese medicine, which focuses on emotional and physical components of a person’s well-being, as well as aspects such as climate, relationships, and diet.
The underlying philosophy of Tui na massage is that true health is achieved when one has found harmony and balance inside the self and their environment.
The goal of Tui na massage is to create harmony in the yin and yang of the body by getting rid of blockages and disturbances that manifest as illness, disease, and emotional issues.
Similar to acupuncture, Tui na massage uses the same energetic meridians and acu-points to balance the Qi and blood in your body, leading to better health. Qi that’s flowing incorrectly can cause blockages, such as poor blood circulation in the affected area.
The main therapeutic goal of tuina massage is to remove the energetic blocks that are causing qi stagnation.
Available with Sujin & Xinyi.
What is Anma Shiatsu Massage?
Shiatsu, similar to acupressure, uses finger pressure, manipulations and stretches, along Traditional Chinese Medicine meridians.
Shiatsu originated indirectly from acupuncture, the ancient Chinese healing art, from which principles were applied in the traditional form of Japanese massage called Anma.
Shiatsu can be done through the clothes or on bare skin and uses static pressure, which can vary from light holding to deep physical pressure applied with the palm of the hand or thumb.
People can receive shiatsu for relaxation or to help them with specific conditions. In particular, shiatsu can help alleviate insomnia, anxiety, depression, headaches, muscular tension, digestive tract issues, and sinus congestion. In some cases it can also help increase local circulation and the movement of lymph.
Available with Daisuke
What is Cupping?
Cupping therapy is an ancient technique of healing. Cupping is performed by applying cups to selected skin points and creating a subatmospheric pressure, either by heat or by suction.
It is believed the suction helps facilitate the flow of “qi” in the body. Many believe that cupping helps balance yin and yang, or the negative and positive, within the body. Restoring balance between these two extremes is thought to help with the body’s resistance to pathogens as well as its ability to increase blood flow and reduce pain.
Cupping increases blood circulation to the area where the cups are placed. This may relieve muscle tension, which can improve overall blood flow and promote cell repair. It may also help form new connective tissues and create new blood vessels in the tissue.
Available with Daisuke, Sujin & Xinyi
Chinese Herbal Medicine
A big part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), herbs can help a variety of symptoms or disharmony while enhancing the healing process in the body.
The majority of formulas consist mainly of plants, but some can contain mineral or animal products. Herbs can be prescribed by a qualified TCM practitioner’s diagnosis.
Herbal formulas can relieve symptoms of:
Chronic/Acute skin conditions
Seasonal flu or hay fever
Immune support, protection from frequent colds and recovery from illness
Facial paralysis, post stroke
Stress, mood swings
Digestion or gastrointestinal issues
Women's health such as painful menstruation, infertility, or menopause and more.