AN INTRODUCTION TO CHINESE MEDICINE
Chinese Medicine dates back to at least 21st Century B.C.
In the intervening years since then it has been painstakingly researched and extensively practised. Indeed, a quarter of the world's population has relied upon it.
Chinese Medicine is truly natural form of healing power, aiming at treatment for the whole body rather than just the symptoms, because, although with some problems the effects could be very dramatic.
Chinese Medicine has two basic components Acupuncture & Herbal Therapy.
“For the first time in years I had a feeling of inner health,”
John’s treatment with acupuncture worked wonders. The needles in his back and shoulder were connected up to a TENS machine that delivered tiny pulses of electricity into his body. This stopped the pain immediately and allowed John to relax. The needles themselves unblocked the affected meridians in John’s shoulder and after his first session lessened the pain considerably. Hot cupping also improved the blood circulation in that area, thereby dealing with his shoulder problem in three ways simultaneously.
“I was sixty percent better,” he said after his first session.
In fact he felt so improved; he went skiing with Helen a week after, and went for more treatment when he got back.
They say that the only good part about pain is when it stops. Carol Daley wouldn’t argue with that, and puts her relief from sciatica down to the good people at the Chinese Herbcare and Acupuncture Centre; and those little needles of course.
“Well, when it was over and I sat up I couldn’t believe it. I was flabbergasted and delighted at one and the same time.” Sheila could raise her arms up higher than she’d done for years. “Oh, it’s wonderful,” she said. “I feel like a new woman, it’s a miracle.”
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