Treatments offered are:
Acupuncture: This is the practice of inserting fine needles into specific points on the body to facilitate healing.
Moxibustion: This is the practice of warming or heating of individual acupuncture points or regions of the body by burning the herb Artemisia close to or actually on the inserted needle. The heat is able to penetrate deeply into the muscles and essentially strengthens the actions of the needles.
Cupping: This is the practice of applying vacuum cups to the skin most commonly used on the back to increase the circulation the area. The cups can also be moved on the skin creating an effect like a reverse pressure massage.
Chinese Herbal Medicine: This is the practice of combining medicinal subsatnces (plant, mineral, animal) to create a therapeutic prescription. The herbs may either be taken internally or applied externally to the body.
Kinesio Taping: This is the practice of applying an elastic therapeutic tape to areas of the body to relax overused muscles and to facilitate underused muscles.
Gua Sha: This is the practice of scraping the surface of the skin using a smooth blunt edged tool, causing localised redness. Frequently used in the treatment of children but also for adults particularly to relieve the symptoms of the common cold or musculo-skeletal disorders.