Children typically respond well to Chinese Medicine. Besides gentle acupuncture, there are many treatment options for children that do not include the use of needles. Other options include: acupressure, Tui Na massage, nutrition, and herbal medicine.
* Sinus problems
* Ear infections
* Allergies and asthma
* Indigestion, reflux, colic
* Constipation and diarrhea
* Stress, anxiety, and hyperactivity
* Difficulty sleeping
Chinese medicine is widely known for its ability to support fertility in both men and women. On-site acupuncture before and after IVF transfers and IUIs is available.
Pregnancy and Post-Partum Care
Chinese medicine has much to offer when it comes to supporting a woman through her pregnancy and after giving birth.
Common conditions include:
* Breech position
* Delayed labor
Chinese medicine can be helpful for many gynecological complaints. It can regulate menstruation and reduce pre-menstrual symptoms--including backaches and menstrual cramps. Chinese medicine can also help manage the uncomfortable symptoms of menopause, like night sweats and hot flashes.
Chinese medicine is well known for its ability to manage pain. It also helps control inflammation, reduce swelling, and promote healing.
Chinese medicine can help reduce stress, improve sleep, manage digestive complaints. It also supports the immune system and can help manage symptoms associated with allergies and colds.