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Conditions We Can Help

Many ailments can be helped by Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) which uses a combination of natural herbal remedies and acupuncture. TCM is classed as complete medical system, and can be used alongside other medical treatments. TCM can compliment and enhance conventional medical treatments for a wide variety of ailments, as well as provide relief from symptoms when applied on its own. 

Acupuncture and traditional herbal medicine are particularly good at relieving chronic muscular pain. They are a natural way to help the body recover from stress and injury. 

The list below contains just some of the more common conditions that can be helped with TCM. If you have a condition that is not on this list, we may still be able to help you. Please get in touch with us here

 

Pain Relief (by acupuncture)

Chronic or acute head, neck, back, leg, arm, heel, foot pains include whiplash

Frozen shoulder, Tennis elbow, Sciatic pain

Muscular pain or spasms

Joint pain/injury and Arthritis

Neck, back and other joint stiffness

Sport/dance injury (sprains/wrench/twisting)

Neurological Conditions (by acupuncture or traditional chinese medicine)

             Parkinson’s diseases

             Multiple sclerosis

             Stroke recovery

             Nerve pain

             Migraines

             Headaches

             Tinnitus

             Dizziness

Skin Diseases (by herbal medicine)

Eczema

Psoriasis

Dermatitis

Urticaria (hives)

For Women (by acupuncture)

Infertility – including facilitating IVF  

Symptoms of menopause – including hot flushes

Irregular periods (or by herbal medicine)

Menstrual cramps (Period pain)

Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI)

Allergies (by acupuncture)

Asthma

Hay fever

Others

Stress (by acupuncture)/anxiety 

Stomach pain/indigestion/blowing/constipation 

              Chronic Cough/repeating chest infection

Chronic diarrhoea

Frequent or persistent bronchitis/cough/phlegm production

Night sweats (by herbal medicine)

Excessive daytime sleepiness (by herbal medicine)

Chronic Fatigue syndrome, M.E (Mixed)

Stress Urinary Incontinence (by acupuncture)/involuntary urination by coughing or laughing.

Symptoms not explainable/treatable by medical doctors may find solution from traditional Chinese medicine