What is Acupuncture?
Latest Research on Acupuncture and Electrostimulation
In Asian medicine, diet and lifestyle are foundation of self-care and healing. This includes daily and seasonal regimens.
We practice Chinese herbalism, Kampo and Ayurveda.
There are many currents of traditional medicine prescription, which forms our approach to Internal and External medicine.
Application of heat through direct and indirect moxibustion, utilizing the herb commonly known as 'mugwort.'
We practice Japanese, Korean and Chinese methods.
Mechanism of Moxibustion
JAMA, 1998. Moxibustion for Breech position
External and Manual therapies are utilized for orthopedics, sports medicine, rheumatic conditions as well as any number or chronic and internal disorders.
Guasha and cupping are fascinating myofascial therapies increasingly being sought out for their unique therapeutic benefits - often more popularly associated with "detoxification," pain reduction, improved circulation and reduction of muscle tension and inflammation.
Manual medicine forms it's own branch of therapy in Asian medicine - e.g. tuina, marma-chikitsa and bone-setting.
External therapies traditionally includes heat (moxibustion), massage, vital point therapy, catheterization, bloodletting, and application of compresses and poultices.
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