- Traditional Acupuncture -
- Natural Herbal Therapy -
- Acupressure -
- Dietary Therapy -
- Facial Toning -
The World Health Organization (WHO) has compiled this list of
diseases (some conditions have been added) it considers
responsive to acupuncture. In Western society more research
has been compiled on acupuncture, although these conditions
also respond to herbs and other forms of T.C.M. treatment.
Arthritis, back pain, Bell’s palsy, bursitis, cerebral palsy,
headache, neuralgia, sciatica, sprains, migraines, stiff neck,
stroke, tendonitis (tennis elbow), trigeminal neuralgia, Meniere’s
disease, intercostals neuralgia, plantar fascilitis, fibromyalgia, etc.
Colds and common flu, bronchitis, asthma, allergies, eczema,
acne, herpes, etc.
Diabetes, hepatitis, hemorrhoids, hypertension, hypotension,
hypoglycemia, irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, diarrhea,
indigestion, colitis, ulcers, seizures, etc.
- GENITO-URINARY AND REPRODUCTIVE
Impotence, infertility, morning sickness, PMS, painful
menstruation, pelvic inflammatory disease, incontinence,
nocturnal enuresis, menopause, cystitis, fibroids etc.
Anxiety, depression, insomnia, stress, etc.
- EYES-EARS-NOSE & THROAT
Deafness, dizziness, earaches, hay fever, poor eyesight, ringing
in the ears, sinusitis, rhinitis, sore throat, toothache,
- Additional Treatments
· Addiction – smoking, alcohol, drugs,medications, etc.
· Attention Deficit Disorder (children)
· Immune deficiency (i.e.) HIV/AIDS, cancer, etc.
· Unexplained fatigue and lethargy
· Weight control/weight loss