Traditional acupuncture is based on ancient Chinese theories of flow of Qi (energy). The energy (qi) circulates throughout the body along well-defined pathways (meridians). The points along these pathways are connected to specific organs, body structure, and systems. If the energy circulation is disrupted, optimum function will be affected and the person will experience in pain or illness. During the treatments, acupuncture points are stimulated to balance the circulation of energy (qi), and to improve the health of the entire being. In this way, acupuncture regulates and restores the harmonious energetic balance of the body.
Most people are aware that acupuncture is an excellent therapy for many types of pain. But acupuncture can also help with weight loss, stress reduction, strengthening of the body, balancing hormones and Qi and blood.
Herbal medicine is an important part of traditional Chinese medicine. Herbal medicine serves as the mainframe of traditional Chinese medicine and is effective in treating many complex diseases.
Herbs are simply plants and vegetables. They are classified according to their natural properties (e.g. cold, hot, cool, warm) and flavors (e.g. pungent, sweet, sour, bitter and salty). Different herbs contain different elements. Some herbs cleanse the body of toxins. Others nourish certain organs. The clinical doctor diagnoses the patient's symptoms, defines the disease and prescribes a combination of herbs-administered as an herbal tea or herbal powder in capsules. Mixed herbs have no more side effects than mixed corn, carrots and peas.
It is newest style to release pain and treat a lot of diseases with advanced instrument and herbs. With this technology, a lot of patients are released pain quickly. A patient had back pain for several weeks, took release pain pills without effect. Using this technology two times, her back pain was released.
Cupping is considered to be a form of acupuncture Acupuncture itself has been practiced as a form of medicine in China for 2500 years. Cupping is an alternative to the more traditional needles.In place of the flame, air is suctioned from the cup manually after the cup is placed on the skin of the patient.Cupping proponents believe it improves circulation, opens the chest and lungs, and can even benefit menstrual and digestive problems.