Acupuncture is one of the oldest healthcare practices in the world with origins that can be traced back 2,000 years. Its holistic approach focuses as much on prevention as treatment.
Electro-stimulation involves the application of a pulsating electrical current to acupuncture needles. This was originally developed as a way to enhance or replace the need for hand stimulation. The electro-acupuncture device allows for a more accurate level of stimulation and, if necessary, a stronger treatment.
Nutritional Therapy in Chinese medicine is centered around the energetics of individual foods. Understandably, diet plays a role in your treatment and, ultimately, your recovery.
Cupping therapy entered the mainstream during the 2016 Rio Olympics thanks to media coverage of both the U.S. swim and gymnastics teams. Athletes sported obvious cupping marks on their backs and shoulders during competition, lending credence to this treatment's efficacy in treating musculoskeletal issues.
Like acupuncture, herbology is an integral part of Chinese medicine. Natural botanicals, minerals, and more are used to create formulas that correct imbalances within the body.