Cupping – Cupping therapy is the method of using glass or plastic cups to create localized pressure by a vacuum. The vacuum inside the cups causes the blood to form in the area and help promote healing in that area. Another healing aspect of cupping therapy is through the release of toxins in your body. The suction from the cups can penetrate deep into your tissues causing the tissues to release harmful toxins. It triggers the lymphatic system, clears the blood vessels, and stretches and activates the skin.
Acupuncture – Acupuncture is one of the main forms of treatment in traditional Chinese medicine. It involves the use of sharp, thin needles that are inserted in the body at very specific points. This process adjusts and alters the body’s energy flow into healthier patterns and balance, and is used to treat a wide variety of illnesses and health conditions.
Auricular Therapy – Auricular therapy is widely used for many conditions, including addiction treatment, mood disorders, obesity, pain, and other conditions. The acupuncture points found on the ear help to regulate the body’s internal organs, structures, and functions.
Gua Sha – Scraping of the skin with short or long strokes to stimulate microcirculation of the soft tissue, which increases blood flow. Gua Sha is intended to address stagnant energy, called chi, in the body that are responsible for inflammation. Inflammation is the underlying cause of several conditions associated with chronic pain. Rubbing the skin’s surface helps break up this energy, reduce inflammation, and promote healing.
Tui Na Massage – This modality makes use of rhythmic compression techniques along different energy channels of the body to establish harmonious flow of qi throughout the body and bringing it back to balance. By applying pressure to meridians, acupoints, and groups of muscles and nerves, tui na removes blockages and works deeply with the positive energy of the body.
TDP Lamp Treatment – A therapeutic heating device which is placed above specific areas of the body to help increase circulation, warm and alleviate pain.
Essential Oils/Aromatherapy – Aromatherapy and essential oils are made using dozens of different medicinal plants, flowers, herbs, roots and trees grown all over the world — which have proven, powerful effects on improving physical, emotional and spiritual well-being.
Facial Acupuncture Rejuvenation – This is a holistic non-surgical therapy that helps reduce the signs of aging by treating the face directly, as well as other underlying causes. It helps adjust the circulation of qi flowing through the body. It makes use of thin, sterile, disposable needles that are placed in specific points on the face, ears, limbs and other areas of the body, like the abdomen, to increase blood and lymph circulation as well as improve energy. It also allows stimulation of muscle contraction resulting in tightening and improved tone of treated areas.
Herbal Therapy – Chinese herbology is an integral component of Traditional Chinese Medicine. The proper prescription can enhance and extend the effects or even be used in place of an acupuncture session. Available as an effective conjunction with your acupuncture session or as a separate consultation. Customized herbal supplements to help correct imbalances within the body are utilized.
Whole Food Supplementation – Whole food supplementation supply our bodies with nutrients we are not getting from our diet—all the vitamins, minerals, trace minerals, and phytonutrients that foods possess in a way that nature intended, in a whole food form.
ThetaHealing – Theta Healing is a powerful technique that combines science and spirituality to identify and instantly transform deeply held blocks, negative beliefs and trauma in the unconscious mind.
Electrical Stimulation Acupuncture – As with traditional acupuncture, needles are inserted on specific points along the body. The needles are then attached to a device that generates continuous electric pulses using small clips. These devices are used to adjust the frequency and intensity of the impulse being delivered, depending on the condition being treated. Electroacupuncture uses two needles at time so that the impulses can pass from one needle to the other. Several pairs of needles can be stimulated simultaneously.
Moxibustion –Moxibustion is a traditional Chinese medicine therapy using moxa made from dried mugwort. It can be used indirectly, with acupuncture needles, or directly on the skin. The intention is to warm and invigorate the flow of Qi in the body and dispel certain pathogenic influences.