Tuina

What is Tuina?

Tuina is an ancient modality of Traditional Chinese Medicine which has been practiced in China for over 4,000 years. It is used to treat conditions that in western medicine ordinarily would require a physiotherapist, chiropractor and an osteopath. TCM views disease as an imbalance in the flow of Qi ( vital energy). When your Qi flow is balanced you feel energetic which affects your emotional, intellectual, spiritual and physical well being.

Is it necessary to combine Tuina with Acupuncture?

Tuina also include osteopathy, for treatment like disc hernia, it’s good to combine Tuina with acupuncture, we use Tuina to relax the muscle by using the osteopathy skills to straight the disc before we apply the acupuncture therapy, Acupuncture and Tuina therapy are the alternative choice for those disc hernia patients who don’t want surgery.

What is Pediatric Tuina?

Baby Tui Na Chinese Massage or Pediatrics Tui Na is a branch of traditional Chinese Medicine and was developed from Tui Na for adults over a thousand years ago. It has been practiced in China for at least 700 years and experience has revealed unique ways and means of affecting the energy flow in the bodies of young children.

All illnesses are the result of disturbance to the normal flow of Qi. Tui Na can restore this flow to treat the most common health problems of young children: Teething, Colic, Restlessness, Bedwetting, Colds, Convulsions ,Etc

What are the benefits of Paediatric Tui Na ?
  • Baby Tui Na Chinese massage maintains the vital Qi (energy) patterns that are essential for healthy development. The result, is a very healthy, strong, bright, happy child.
  • A strong immune system means not only good resistance to childhood ailments but also a greatly reduced tendency to react to the ever increasing amounts of substances in our environment that can cause allergies such as asthma and eczema.
  • Most mothers want to give their children the best start in life. This means doing all that is possible to allow each child to develop to the full potential determined by it genes.
*Discalaimer: Contents provided are for information purposes only. Results vary from patient to patient. *