Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture

Customary Chinese medication is a sort of traditional prescription generally dependent on over 2,500 years of age Chinese therapeutic practice which incorporates different types of herbal therapy, acupuncture (needle therapy), massage therapy, and dietary treatment to prevent medical issues. Acupuncture (needle therapy) includes flimsy needles which are embedded into the body. Needle therapy is normally sheltered when done by appropriately by a prepared specialist utilizing spotless and single-utilized needle strategy.

•    Chinese herbal medicine
•    Tui-na
•    Food therapy
•    Qi-gong
•    Tai-chi