In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) all conditions or diseases are differentiated into syndromes that identify the root cause as well as determine a treatment plan to address the chief symptom. This holistic approach therefore not only treats symptoms, but also focuses on preventing the condition from worsening or coming back. Pain may be the most commonly experienced symptom in one form or another and can efficiently be treated using Acupuncture and TCM.
Time is chasing after all of us, and with that, comes signs of aging like fine lines, wrinkles, and rougher, less elastic skin. Our face is how we say ‘hello’ to the world, so why not keep it fresh and youthful for as long as possible? Regular Facial Acupuncture treatments can help keep you looking your best and feeling rejuvenated.
A new season is here!!! In Chinese Medicine Spring is the season for renewal, healing, growth and activity. Its the first stirrings after a season of cold and hibernation, so get outside! Go for a walk and nurture that Yang energy in the sunshine!