At our clinic we treat all kinds of issues, using many different modalities
Acupuncture, Tuina- Massage along the meridians, Cupping, moxa, and Guashay.

  • Acupuncture

    Acupuncture is the practice of inserting very fine pre- sterilized needles into certain Acupuncture points of the body. The Ancient Chinese Doctors discovered that if you insert a needle into a certain point of the body it can have an effect on
    your body’s Qi – body’s innate life force energy. By stimulating these points there can be remarkable changes and improvements in health. Acupuncture is very safe and should have no harmful side effects or complications
    when practiced by a Registered Acupuncturist.

  • Chinese Herbal Medicine

    Often Acupuncture treatments can be accompanied by the prescription of Chinese Medical Formulas. It is different to Western medicine whereby after a certain period of time when the condition is treated the formula does not need to
    be taken anymore. It will be constantly tailored throughout the course of treatment to cater to the body as it heals.
    Of course, if there are more complicated issues such as auto immune diseases or extremely chronic conditions the formula may need to be taken on going.

  • Cupping

    Cupping was developed at least 1000 years ago, it involves lighting a flame in a glass or a bamboo cup and quickly placing the cup on the skin in order to create a suction by creating a vacuum, this causes the tissue underneath to be raised into
    the cup as you see in the image, by doing so, there is an increase in circulation underneath. The tissue that has been up lifted, and is helped by relieving pain by pulling out toxins which have lingered, trapped under that skin, and any fascial
    restrictions may release.

  • Guasha

    Involves using a smooth-edged instrument known as a gua massage tool, see image.
    Scrape the skin in a downwards motion in order to increase circulation in that area. The practitioner may use short or long strokes in order to stimulate the microcirculation within the soft tissue.

  • Moxa

    Moxa is made of a herb called Mugwort. It is a Traditional Chinese Medicine technique, used to warm the points on the meridians. It is especially helpful on people who have pain causes by internal cold conditions as it warms and scatters the cold, leading to a smoother flow of circulation and invigorating the Qi.

  • Tuina

    Is an Ancient Chinese Medicine massage practice which Is a combination of rigorous and gentle massage along the meridians. It is used to stimulate the flow of Qi to promote balance and harmony within the body. Practitioners use their fingers instead of needles to stimulate these acupuncture points.

  • Dietary Support According to Chinese Medicine

    The Ancient Chinese have known thousands of years ago the importance of the microbiome. (intestinal bacterial balance)
    Which is only now being extensively studied and understood by modern medicine.

    This is the direct correlation of what we put into our stomachs, and intestines by way of nutrition. If we are eating foods that our body’s cannot digest we can be in a state of unwell.

    In the treatments there is a discussion of which foods can be beneficial in order to health body and further develop immunity.
    The Chinese Nutrition medical resource has a wealth of knowledge isolating foods which can be helpful to each particular person, dependent on their health presentation.

  • Qigong

    Qi Gong is a component of Traditional Chinese Medicine, which involves movement, meditation, and regulation of breathing to encourage the flow of Qi in the body.
    Qi gong exercise involves the meridian system used in Acupuncture as well as mindful intention and breathing, in order to reduce stress, increase stamina, and boost the immune system. It has also been found to improve cardiovascular, respiratory, circulatory, lymphatic and digestive functions.

We Treat:

Back, neck, shoulder, hip pain
Plantar Fasciitis/ heel spurs
Achilles Tendonitis
Auto immune conditions
Chronic Fatigue

Diarrhea, hemorrhoids
Common colds, flus
High Blood pressure
Urinary disorders
Post Stroke recovery
Bell’s palsy
Multiple Sclerosis
Post Chemo Neuropathy
Allergies - chemical
Hives- urticaria
Earaches and infections of the ear
Sinus, chronic sinusitis
Ringing in ears – Tinnitus
Sore throat
Mental Emotional issues such as
Female Health concerns

Menopause symptoms
Premenstrual issues
Male health concerns
Prostate issues
bladder issues