Treatments can include a combination of Japanese and Chinese acupuncture, tuina (Chinese remedial massage), cupping, moxibustion, gua sha, and Chinese dietary advice. Nutritional medicine consultations are also available at Ginseng Acupuncture and Natural Therapies.
Traditional Chinese medicine is one of the oldest health care systems in the world. Its origins can be traced back over 2000 years and today, supports the treatment of a wide number of issues.
As research to support acupuncture and Chinese medicine continues to grow, so does our understanding of the mechanisms of this ancient medicine.
Chinese medicine includes acupuncture, cupping therapy, moxibustion, Chinese herbal medicine, Tui Na (Chinese remedial massage) and Gua Sha.
Acupuncture and nutritional medicine support located in Stafford and Everton Park, Brisbane
Nutritional medicine addresses both nutritional and environmental factors when considering an individuals health.
Food is the foundation of our physical body and when the correct balance of foods, vitamins and minerals are supplied we remain healthy. Each person is unique in terms of metabolism, genetics, anatomy and biochemistry as well as the micro biome, and immune system responses. These factors affect our ability to process foods, detoxify and expel wastes and absorb nutrients.
Acupuncture is one component of an ancient medicine, often referred to as TCM or traditional Chinese medicine. When a very fine needle is inserted into specific points on the body, the flow of Qi, a type of electrical current or energy that travels all over the body, is regulated. The channel pathways or meridians that Qi uses to navigate the body are what connects acupuncture points to the body’s tissues and organs, which influences the body’s natural healing response and its ability to restore physical, emotional and mental balance.