MODALITIES of CHINESE MEDICINE
Acupuncture: holistic healthcare system focusing on preventative health, enhancing immunity, and supporting physical and emotional well being
Chinese herbology: A 2,000 year old tradition where selected herbs are combined to synergistically blend together to achieve optimal results for the patient’s unique needs.
Cupping: Relieves of aches and pains, improves circulation and promotes healing.
Moxibustion: A technique that involves the burning of mugwort over the skin to gently warm and facilitate healing. The purpose of this technique is to strengthen the blood, stimulate the flow of energy, and enhance overall vitality and health.
Tui Na: Chinese form of bodywork often used in conjunction with acupuncture for acute or chronic musculoskeletal conditions.
Nutritional Counseling: In China, food is used as medicine. A diet that is unbalanced can create imbalances within the body.