Chinese Medicine

The ancient art of Chinese Medicine is a complete diagnostic and treatment system that seeks to bring about balance and harmony in the physical and energetic bodies. The following is a list of modalities I use in my Chinese Medicine practice.


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Japanese Acupuncture

Japanese acupuncture involves the use of gentle needling techniques and thinner, less invasive needles.

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Chinese Acupuncture

Traditional Chinese acupuncture generally involves slightly thicker needles and more vigorous needling techniques.

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Auricular Acupuncture

Needling of the ear acu-points is tremendously effective for all conditions and is used in pain and anti-addiction protocols.

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Moxa

The application of heat via burning mugwort extracts to specific acu-points on the body to stimulate healing and recovery.

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Gua Sha

The use of a jade scraping tools to stimulate qi and blood to an area of the body.

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Cranio Sacral

Gentle cranial and sacral bone movement technique that stimulates the body’s own self healing mechanisms.

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Electro-Acupunture

The use of electrical stimulation on various acupuncture points for pain, and muscle and tendon healing.

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Reiki

Japanese energy healing technique that stimulates the body’s own natural healing ability.

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So Thai/ Asian Bodywork

Gentle asian massage technique that encourages healing movement in joints, muscles and tendons.

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Cupping

The application of cups to specific areas of the body that creates suction. Stimulates blood and lymph movement in the area.

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Yin Tuina

Gentle bone setting technique that stimulates the body’s own self healing mechanisms.

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Shiatsu Massage

Japanese massage technique that involves the application of massage along energy meridians and acu-pressure points.