Chinese medicine is an ancient system for preserving health and treating disease that acts on the body, mind, and spirit as a whole. Its goal is to restore harmony and maintain balance within the human body. Chinese medical treatment primarily consists of acupuncture and herbal medicine.
Chinese medicine and your life force.
According to Chinese medical theory, this energy – called Qi – is thought to be the basic life force that pulses through every living being. The Qi travels in pathways called meridians. There are twenty major meridians, twelve of which are associated with organs. If the Qi is deficient, it results in a lack of proper functioning of the organ. If the Qi is blocked or stuck in a meridian, it results in pain, inflammation, or dysfunction in the body.
How does acupuncture work?
Acupuncture is a powerful tool for restoring health and well-being by regulating the flow of energy throughout your body. There are over 700 acupuncture points along the body’s meridians, each associated with a traditional function. By inserting sterile, stainless steel needles into properly chosen acupuncture points, your doctor can adjust or restore the free flow of energy to improve the function of the corresponding organs – enabling your body to heal.
Proven by thousands of years of practice.
Since traditional Chinese medicine was the only system of medicine in China until modern times, it has been used to treat most illnesses and chronic diseases for thousands of years.
Safe and effective disease treatment and prevention.
In our clinical practice, we have experience using Chinese medicine to effectively treat all gynecological imbalances, including infertility, chronic fatigue, gastro-intestinal disturbances, immune system dysfunctions, acute and chronic pain syndromes, hormone issues, addiction problems, and weight management.