According to WHO (World Health Organization) acupuncture is effective for treating 28 conditions, while evidence indicates it may have an effective therapeutic value for many more. People with tension headaches and/or migraines may find acupuncture to be very effective in alleviating their symptoms, according to a study carried out at the Technical University of Munich, Germany. Another study at The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center found that twice weekly acupuncture treatments relieve debilitating symptoms of xerostomia – severe dry mouth – among patients treated with radiation for head and neck cancer. some studies have indicated that acupuncture may help in treating low back pain (according to the SPINE trial), fibromyalgia (Mayo Clinic trials), migraines, post-operative dental pain (the Cochrane review), hypertension (Center for Integrative Medicine at UC Irvine study) and osteoarthritis (according to researchers at the University Medical Center in Berlin, Germany), as well as chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting. Other studies have shown that acupuncture may help women with painful periods.
Moxibustion is a “warming”technique using the herb mugwort or Ai Ye in Chinese Medicine. Mugwort has been used in many different cultures for its medicinal properties. Moxibustion helps to increase blood circulation, tonify energy and stimulate digestive system function as well as boost the immune system. Moxibustion comes in different forms including direct and indirect moxibustion.
The procedure for electro-acupuncture usually involves the needles inserted as in a traditional treatment, but a small electrode is attached to them. This electrode provides a gentle vibration that stimulates the qi running through these points. it is has garnered especially good results regarding the treatment of neurological diseases, chronic pain, spasms, and paralysis. Also, holistic sports medicine commonly uses electro-acupuncture for injuries. When combined with acupressure (the stimulation of acupuncture points with the use of the practitioner’s hands and gentle massage, instead of needles), electro-acupuncture has been proven to promote the flow of qi and blood, relieve pain, and warm the muscles, removing blood stasis (a blockage, or poor circulation).
Ear acupuncture is a type of acupuncture that involves inserting needles into specific points on the ear. Stimulating these points is thought to promote healing in other areas of the body. ear acupuncture is typically used for these and other health conditions: Allergies, Anxiety, Arthritis, Chronic pain, Constipation, Depression, Fibromyalgia, Headache, Insomnia, Irritable bowel syndrome, Low back pain, Migraine, smoking cessation.
Chinese scalp acupuncture is a contemporary acupuncture technique integrating traditional Chinese needling methods with Western medical knowledge of representative areas of the cerebral cortex. It has been proven to be a most effective technique for treating acute and chronic central nervous system disorders. Scalp acupuncture often produces remarkable results with just a few needles and usually brings about immediate improvement, sometimes taking only several seconds to a minute. Scalp acupuncture areas are frequently used in the rehabilitation of paralysis due to stroke, multiple sclerosis, automobile accident, and Parkinson’s disease. These areas may also be effectively employed for pain management, especially that caused by the central nervous system such as phantom pain, complex regional pain, and residual limb pain. It has been proven to have very effective results in treating aphasia, loss of balance, loss of hearing, dizziness and vertigo.
Cupping involves placing glass or plastic jars on the skin and creating a vacuum by suctioning out the air. The underlying tissue is raised, or sucked, partway into the cup. The purpose of cupping is to enhance circulation, help relieve pain, remove “heat” and pull out the toxins that linger in your body’s tissues. It triggers the lymphatic system, clears the blood vessels, and stretches and activates the skin.
Chinese herbal medicine is part of a larger healing system called Traditional Chinese Medicine. Herbs are prescribed to restore energy balance to the opposing forces of energy – Yin and Yang – that run through invisible channels in the body.Herbs can act on the body as powerfully as pharmaceutical drugs. Chinese herbs not only control symptoms effectively, but also boost the functions of your organ and immune system. They nourish every part(blood, vessels, muscles, tendons, skin and organs) of your body in very specific ways. All Traditional Chinese Medicine are based on either ancient herbal formulas or patent specialty herbal remedies that are time tested and effective. They are made of 100% pure authentic Chinese herbs of finest qualities. They are produced in the certified GMP facilities and imported to USA in accordance with the FDA guidelines.
Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture is the focus of and most effective component in the Ultimate Facial Rejuvenation Program. Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture is a non-surgical method of reducing the signs of the aging process. The Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture treatment is based on the principles of Oriental Medicine and involves the insertion of finest needles into particular areas of the face, ears, neck, hands, trunk, and legs along channels or meridians of energy called Qi. Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture is suitable for those with deep wrinkles, fine lines, bags under the eyes, sagging, puffiness, drooping eyelids, double chin, large pores, dry skin or acne. Different methods are emphasized and specific points stimulated according to how an individual is aging. Facial Rejuvenation consists of 10 treatments in 5 weeks. The effects may vary depending on one’s skin and body condition. Herbs may be prescribed to boost your body health and optimize your facial treatments. Following the first five weeks initial treatment, maintenance sessions can be scheduled to sustain the benefit.
The TDP mineral lamp was invented in China in 1978. It has been used in China and other countries for over 10 years. the TDP lamp has proven almost miraculously effective in treating ailments such as chronic wounds, joint pain, arthritis, back pain, injuries and some skin conditions like herpes and psoriasis etc. TDP has been widely used in China to treat over 100 chronic conditions.
Tui Na is one of the most popular TCM treatment modalities and is frequently used in the treatment of superficial trauma and injury and a wide variety of musculoskeletal problems. The main benefit of Tui Na massage is that it focuses on the specific problem, whether it is an acute or a chronic pain associated with the joints, muscles or a skeletal system. This technique is very beneficial in reducing the pain of neck, shoulders, hips, back, arms, highs, legs and ankle disorders. It is a very effective therapy for arthritis, pain, sciatica and muscle spasms. Other benefits of this massage therapy include alleviation of the stress related disorders like insomnia, constipation, headaches and other disorders related to digestive, respiratory and reproductive systems.