Traditional Chinese Medicine

Chinese medicine is based on the idea that our health is dependent on an energy, which the Chinese call Qi (Chee), which exists in all things. This energy follows  pathways through our bodies.

Problems in our lives - accidents, poor diet choices, stress, rapid changes in our environment, aging - can lead to disruptions in the flow of this energy in our bodies. 

Acupuncture works to restore this energy flow by using thin, single-use needles in acupuncture points which stimulate energy and remove disruptions, restoring balance.

Treatment is typically relaxing and painless.The needles are retained for about 30 minutes, depending on the condition. 

Depending on the condition, the therapist may choose to supplement the treatment with fire cupping, moxibustion, guasha or tuina. 

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