The Benefits of Traditional Chinese Medicine
TCM is very effective as a complementary treatment for acute or chronic illness and injury.
It works well in conjunction with conventional, Western Medicine.
General Health Maintenance
Seasonal treatments help prepare your body and mind for changes in weather, time and stress. Acupuncture and herbs can boost your immune system and keep you mentally and emotionally strong and balanced.
Relief for Stress, Anxiety, and Depression
TCM provides excellent support for stress induced symptoms such as anxiety and depression. Acupuncture and herbs significantly alleviate:
- Anxiety Attacks
- Emotional Instability
- Mental Fatigue
By effectively supporting the balance of emotions and mental functions, acupuncture and herbs can help transform addictive, impulsive or self-defeating behavior by strengthening resolve, decreasing cravings, and calming the mind.
It can help with issues of:
- Weight loss
- Cigarette, drug and alcohol addiction
Older adults who receive periodic treatment tend to maintain steadier, more reliable strength, stamina, memory, circulation, and agility. Treatments help to increase resistance to colds, the flu and infection.
TCM boosts and maintains immunity, strength, stamina, sexual virility, fertility and a healthy prostate.
Babies and Children
Babies and children treated once a month or seasonally tend to remain more resilient to colds, flus, earaches, infections, gastrointestinal disorders and more. Behavorial disorders are well controlled and often resolved with TCM. Treatments for children most often utilize a massage technique called Tuina. Safe herbal preparations are especially formulated for infants and children. See Events page for information about Shoni Shin Day of the Children and the next date.
TCM helps to regulate the menstrual cycle in women with irregularities and symptoms of PMS. TCM can ease the symptoms of menopause such as excessive bleeding, hot flashes, sweats, dryness, and much more.
It also effectively treats:
- Polycystic ovaries