TCM Pulse Reading employs the art of Traditional Palpation method, combined with other traditional sensory skills by our qualified Chinese Physician. By touching your pulse, the physician can analyze your health condition and discover the disharmony in your body that needs to be rebalanced. He will then prescribe the right Chinese herbal remedy and recommend proper therapies to help unblock your QI, bringing it back to its natural state of wellness.
The Chinese term “Tuina” translater into “push-grasp” in English, and this particular art of healing has been in used for more than 2,000 years in China. This therapeutic method is performed through various hand techniques such as brush, knead, roll/press, and rub. The areas between each joint are massaged to stimulate the body’s defense in order to get the energy (Qi) moving in both the meridians and the muscles. It can strengthen the body’s resistance against disease, thus preventing invasion of pathogens especially in middle-aged, elderly, and physically weak people. In conclusion, “Tuina” can be used for both prevention and treatment of diseases.
Acupuncture is a method of healing developed in China at least 2,000 years ago and has been scientifically proven by modern medicine. It helps to regulate the flow of vital energy and blood by inserting and manipulating fill-form needles into points on the body with the aim relieving pain and therapeutic purposes.
Cupping is an ancient Chinese technique that helps stimulate the flow of bodily fluids (such as blood and lymph) and energy without using needles. A partial vacuum is created in cups placed on the skin either by means of heat or suction. This draws up the underlying tissues. When the cups are left in place on the skins for a few minutes, blood stasis is formed and localized and healing takes place. It calms the sympathetic nerves, allows deep relaxation, and is widely practiced in both Western and Eastern medical practices.
This therapy regulates organ functions, removes blockage and pain. It regulates static blood by promoting normal circulation between the muscles, tissues, and organs directly beneath the surface treated. The patient experiences immediate improvement in stiffness, pain and mobility. Normal metabolic processes are restored by the movement of fluids as nutrients are carried to the tissues and metabolic wastes are carried away. The unique part of this treatment is that the red spots only appear on places where the disorders are hidden, thus making it easier for the practitioner to address the problem.
Our spine changes and develops problems over time, just like our teeth, eyes, and heart as we get older. If left unchecked, these changes may lead to pain, stiffness or chronic disease. TCM Chiropractic specializes in the diagnosis, treatment, prevention and management of health conditions that are due to problems related to bones, joints, muscles and nerves close to the spine. It helps to remove postural imbalance and structural misalignments that are accumulated over time.
Moxibustion therapy is a treatment that dispels cold and dampness from the body through the burning of a type of herb called Mugwort. It is useful in treating a wide range of conditions including body aches and pain, cold and flu, and poor digestion. This herb, or moxa, comes in many forms such as, cigar-like moxa rolls, raw rice grain-sized pieces, compressed smokeless sticks and cones. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, Mugwort is considered to be earm, acrid and bitter when used in herbal prescriptions. As soon as it is lit up, it warms the body’s channel and helps to break stagnation, clear phlegm, ease blood flow and balance the Qi. Moxibustion can be considered an equivalent therapy to acupuncture, being used to stimulate Qi flow points of selected areas of the body.
Fu Yang therapy is considered an external traditional Chinese treatment, combining the methods of moxibustion, scrapping (Gua Sha), massage (Tuina) and cupping. By providing the warming effects of scrapping, moxibustion, infra-red rays and magnetic therapy on the skin, meridians, acupoints, and collateral channels, Fu Yang stimulates the vital energy flow and blood circulation, as well as expels cold and dampness in our body. It is therefore an effective way of alternative healthcare and wellness.
Also known as QianDanJing, it is a unique method of healing in which the Gallbladder Meridian of Foot, Shaoyang is stimulated to improve the secretion of bile juice, further encouraging the improved assimilation of nutrients from the food we consume also to facilitate the production of blood in the body.
TCM Foot Tuina therapy serves as a relaxation technique as well as means to improve circulation and promote general wellness. TCM Foot Tuina Therapy is a simple, non-invasive method to help rebalance the body’s internal system. It is a natural therapy that requires the application of defined pressure on particular areas of the feet. It is based on the principle that there are reflexes in the feet that correspond to specific organs and systems of the body.
Traditional Herbal Foot Bath is an effective remedy to revitalize the mind and body. It helps in removing toxins and promoting energy flow, encouraging blood circulation and calming nerves.
All prescribed herbal medicine and remedies are carefully prepared by our trained professionals who value good hygiene as a top priority. We only use quality herbs, which are packaged into convenient per-dose packets by our friendly and helpful personnel. TCM Pharmacy is a one-stop Herbal Medicine dispensary stationed in a comfortable and luxurious environment. Chinese physicians will prescribe the right medication upon completion of the pulse reading session.
Assess your 5 major organs (Heart, Liver, Spleen, Lung, and Kidney) in 10 minutes.
DMS is an Assessment System based on TCM’s 12 Meridians Theory combined with the Information Technology based on Russian Aero Space Research. This is a non-invasive screening which can determine the condition of your system and organ by checking on the energy flow or “Qi” of your 12 meridians (Jing Luo: lung meridian, pericardium meridian, heart meridian, small intestine meridian, sanjiao meridian, large intestine meridian, spleen meridian, liver meridian, kidney meridian, urinary bladder meridian, gallbladder meridian and stomach meridian). The Analysis Report provides an overview of total Qi Energy level.