What do you know about Traditional Acupuncture?

Acupuncture is a branch of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) that involves the insertion of fine, stainless-steel needles and the burning of the herb mugwort (moxa) on the needle or skin .

Cupping, as an adjunct to acupuncture, utilises heat and suction to move stagnation and relieve pain and tension in muscles.

Strength of TCM:
The strength of TCM lies within its understanding of the disease mechanism from an energetic viewpoint which is grounded in the ancient philosophy of Yin (water) and Yang (fire).
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How does it work?
By inserting and manipulating needles at precise points along the energy pathway the practitioner alters the frequency and flow of the vital energy Qi.
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Good acupuncture practice can help a wide range of conditions:    >> More info