Improve your well-being with our holistic approach

During the consultation, a brief medical history will be taken from patients.  Patients usually are suggested to bring along with their current medication.  Then the unique Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) holistic diagnostic methods will be applied according to the theory of Yin Yang and Five Elements.  Patients can then be diagnosed individually using TCM syndrome differentiation.

Some of the Chinese terminology may seem unusual to people raised in the UK but behind this approach is well researched and experienced based holistic diagnosis and treatment.  A physical examination may also apply if it is necessary.  Finally, treatment will be prescribed separately according to individual diagnosis to enable the holistic therapeutic effect of TCM treatment on the human body.

Types of Treatment

Chinese herbal medicine

Chinese herbal medicine generally comprises of leaves, flowers, seeds, roots, barks, stems etc which is being made from naturally derived products; and are thought to be more benign nature to side-effects.  The treatment internal therapeutic effect also is designed to offer an important holistic role in prevention, treatment and health maintenance.

Acupuncture and electro-acupuncture

Acupuncture is operated with extremely fine needles being inserted into various locations of patient’s body which creates stimulation to promote blood and energy flow, to clear stagnation, in order to achieve therapeutic effect and recover illnesses.  Electro-acupuncture is using an electronic device to create stimulation during the treatment which is to enhance the therapeutic effect of acupuncture therapy.


Moxibustion is a heat therapy with burning moxa close to the skin surface on various locations of patient’s body.  This therapy uses the warmth from the burning moxa to promote blood and energy flow, to clear stagnation, in order to achieve therapeutic effect and recover illnesses.

Cupping therapy

Cup shaped devices are used to create suction in various parts of the body to promote blood and energy flow, to clear stagnation, in order to achieve therapeutic effect and recover illnesses.

Tui Na therapy (aka Acupressure/Chinese therapeutic massage)

Tui Na is a massage-form hand on treatment with the same principle of acupuncture by using various manipulations on patient’s body which creates the therapeutic effect to bring the body and mind into balance.

Gua Sha therapy (Scrapping)

Gua Sha is a technique that uses a smooth tool to scrape on the surface of the skin surrounding the problem area, acupoint or meridian which promotes the dilation of blood vessels.  This treatment can effectively promote blood circulation in order to achieve its therapeutic effect.

Dietary advice

Modification on lifestyle can achieve self-healing.  Food therapy is a vital part of TCM to help create a holistic every day diet. It can enhance other Chinese medicinal treatments especially long term chronic conditions.  For example, herbal tea / herbal soup and herbal mix ingredients for food therapy.

A wide range of unique herbal mix products for food therapy will provide herbal ingredients for a patient’s refreshment and cooking.  This promotes awareness of health prevention from daily diet, and also helps to enhance the effectiveness from the holistic treatment.

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