In China, Doctors have practiced this form of medicine for over 3,500 years. Today it continues to evolve as Western Medicine is incorporated into this ancient system. Hospitals in China employ both Traditional Eastern Techniques with Modern Western Techniques for effective complementary treatment of patients. It has also spread throughout the world and continues to gain popularity in many Western countries.
Body, Mind & Spirit are integrally connected and affected by our external environment. TCM aims to balance the whole system, not just an isolated part of our body And seeks wellness and harmony for health.
TCM practitioners use various practices to balance Qi (say “chee”), an energy that flows along pathways in the body called meridians. Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners look at the balance of body, mind, and spirit to determine how to restore good health.
In this belief, if the flow of Qi along these meridians is blocked or unbalanced, illness can occur. Causes of Qi imbalances:
Prior to your Initital Visit you will be asked to fill out your Intake Forms and return them to the clinic. The more detailed information provided the more the treatments can be tailored to yourself.
The visit will last about an hour during whcih your practitioner and yourself will go over your intake forms for an in depth perspective of your health to design a treatment plan based on your health needs.
We recommend you book your Initial Visit and First Treatment on different days.
Will consist of the personalized treatment plan you and your practitioner have discussed. Usually an hour treatment that can include:
Please note we have “Acupuncture Only” 45 minute appointments available.
Thin acupuncture needles placed along meridians to unblock any Qi imbalances. Effective pain management tool.
Chinese herbal supplements to restore balance to the Body, Mind and Spirit. Teas, powders, capsules, infusions or combinations to support our healing process.
Diets designed to nourish and enhance our body’s natural resistance and ability to treat disease.
Chinese techniques that help increase circulation, decrease inflammation and improve recovery.
Traditional Chinese Massage aimed to affect the meridian lines in the body to promote healing.
Movement/Exercise, Breathing and Meditation coaching to create a lifestyle of health and wellness.