Chinese Traditional Medicine

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Chinese Traditional Medicine

Originated in ancient China, this is an ancient medicine which has endured and evolved throughout history.

These treatments and therapies are now being used in many Western countries getting excellent acceptance because they have proven to be a medicine that is non-invasive, preventive and integral: of the body, mind, and soul.

When an energy imbalance arises in the body, that is where most of our health problems begin manifesting themselves. These treatments help unlock the energy points allowing the energy flow to once again achieve harmony of the body.

According to Chinese philosophy the universe and the body can be described by two separate but complementary principles: Yin and Yan. Nothing is completely Yin or Yan, but a combination of both. These two principles are always interacting, opposing, influencing each other. When there is an imbalance between the two that is when conditions or diseases in our body are generated. By using an acupuncture treatment we harmonize and restore lost energy.

Acupressure

Acupressure is based on the principles of acupuncture, using pressure and micro-massage pressure in specific points. It works on different parts...

Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a chinese therapy derived from ancient chinese medicine in which fine needles are insert at cerain sites in the bod ( called...

Chinese Suction Cups

This treatment consists of glass or bamboo cups which exert suction on certain points of the body to remove blockages (stagnancy) of both blood...

Geotherapy

It is called geotherapy due to the use of soil (clay or mud) for medicinal purposes as it serves to improve health in numerous pathologies. Clay...

Moxibustion

The art of healing with heat. Moxibustion is a traditional Chinese medicinal technique that involves the use of the herb Artemisia Vulgaris and...

Physiotherapy

Profession in science of health. The word physiotherapy comes from the union of the Greek words ‘Physis’ which means nature and...

These treatments are indicated in the following cases

  • Muscle tears

  • Joint and bone problems

  • Headache, nausea, dizziness

  • Lack of energy for no apparent reason, insomnia

  • Herniated disc

  • Bursitis

  • Tendonitis

  • Sciatic nerve problems

  • Panic attacks

  • Numbness or lack of sensation in the extremities

  • Synovial fluid outflow

  • Sprains and dislocations

  • Facial paralysis

  • Trigeminal problems, among others

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