3 Alternative therapies that can work when combined

Posted by Kenny Liang on 23/05/18 4:00 PM

Alternative therapies are often used in combination with western medicine and a doctor's orientation.But choosing what therapy is adequate for your need is important. Here are 3 Alternative therapies that can work when combined. 

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What is Chinese Medicine Good For?

Posted by Kenny Liang on 16/05/18 4:00 PM

People choose Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for a wide variety of reasons. Though they may be seeking relief from specific symptoms, TCM looks for the underlying cause of the symptoms and treats the individual, not just the disease.

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4  Ways that Chinese Medicine Can Transform Your Life

Posted by Kenny Liang on 9/05/18 3:00 PM

There is a reason that traditional Chinese Medicinal practices have persisted for over 5000 years. Even under the demands and stresses that modern life places on us, there are a great many people who've discovered the real benefits these practices have to offer. Using a combination of Taoist ideology and generations upon generations of proven techniques, there are a variety of ways Chinese medicine can provide you with a healthier and more balanced life. 


  1. Mindfulness Through Meditation

In traditional Chinese medicine, meditation isn't just a spiritual or religious practice. In fact, it's a process of healing the mind and in keeping the entire body healthy by extension. Those who suffer from depression, grief, stress, and even restless sleep have been known to find great relief from these practices too. 

  1. Greater Balance with Tai Ji

The purpose of Tai Ji is to promote health and relaxation for your body. It may seem like it's just stretching, but in fact, these moves have been refined over thousands of years to keep your body in the best possible shape. Those with specific forms of bodily pain, posture issues, or those who just want to feel healthier will find something helpful in Tai Chi. Like meditation, there are many instances in which Tai Ji can be a benefit mentally too. 


  1. Bodily Healing

Much of Traditional Chinese Medicine has to do with using your natural bodily energy in the process of healing. This energy, or Chi as it's known in Chinese, can be directed through a number of paths through the body in order to heal and keep different parts healthy. Knowing where your energy is needed and how to get it there is an enormous advantage in feeling your very best.

  1. Peace of Mind

So many of our problems today come from a mind that is overwrought with stress, anxiety, and depression. When we think of health we don't always consider those things, but they are immeasurably important. Traditional Chinese Medicine works by treating both the body and the mind, keeping you both physically and mentally sound. The relief can come via remedial massage, herbal therapy and acupuncture

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Acupuncture in Australia

Posted by Kenny Liang on 2/05/18 4:00 PM

Acupuncture is taking its place among treatments for a range of conditions throughout the world.

  • In Australia, ten percent of the population has had acupuncture treatment by physicians or acupuncturists in private clinics.
  • Over 10 million visits are made to acupuncturists every year.
  • Third-party payment is available in six of the eight Australian states and territories.
  • Most of the acupuncture users born in Australia, had completed post-secondary education, are covered by private health insurance and tend to look after their health and lives mainly in New South Wales, Victoria, and Queensland according to the Chinese Medicine Board of Australia - Registration Data December 2017.
  • The Chinese Medicine Association and the Chinese Medicine Registration Board of Victoria have approved and accredited six acupuncture degree courses.

Expansion of the Acupuncture Profession.

Recent development of acupuncture in Australia demonstrates that when acupuncture is adequately and appropriately evaluated, acupuncture begins to integrate into mainstream health care in Australia.

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 Acupuncture to Reduce Pain 

Posted by Kenny Liang on 25/04/18 9:00 AM

Acupuncture is a complementary health technique in which trained practitioners insert needles in specific points of the body to stimulate the flow of energy or chi. Acupuncture treatment is relatively pain-free which can be used to help in the treatment of margarine, depression, insomnia and chronic pains. The therapy corrects imbalances of energy in the body. The process includes stimulating acupuncture points with needles (acupuncture), pressure(acupressure) electricity (electroacupuncture) or heat. The acupuncture points are regions containing a rich supply of nerve endings to stimulate the energy for healing.

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How can cupping therapy help you?

Posted by Kenny Liang on 18/04/18 9:00 AM

Cupping therapy is an age-old tradition that dates back to ancient Chinese and Middle Eastern cultures. According to traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), cupping is a practice that creates a vacuum or suction on the patient's skin and is believed to relieve the body of harmful substances, boost energy levels, improve blood flow, and promote healing. This form of alternative medicine continues to be used today to help with pain, inflammation, blood flow, relaxation, massage, and overall well-being.


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The Benefits of Acupuncture for Women

Posted by Kenny Liang on 11/04/18 9:00 AM

Acupuncture does not get talked about nearly enough of the useful health benefits it provides users. This might be due to the fact that a lot of medical professionals are not aware of the scientific research and data that supports the effectiveness of acupuncture. In any case, acupuncture can provide people with relief. In this piece we are going to explore some benefits of acupuncture for women.

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The Benefits of Tui Na Massage

Posted by Kenny Liang on 4/04/18 9:00 AM

While many people consider massages to be relaxing luxuries, in the world of traditional Chinese medicine, massage is used for its therapeutic properties just as often. One such type of massage is Tui Na, which, like acupuncture, aims to stimulate various channels within the body. By stimulating these areas using pressure, Tui Na attempts to harmonise the yin and yang.

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What is Cupping Therapy?

Posted by Kenny Liang on 28/03/18 9:00 AM

Better health means a better life

Those interested in alternative techniques to improve health those involving Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), for example may benefit from Cupping Therapy.

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Looking at Autoimmune Disease with Western and Eastern Medicine

Posted by Kenny Liang on 21/03/18 9:00 AM

Living with an autoimmune disease can be very difficult. According to ASCIA (Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy), 1.15 million Australians suffer from autoimmune disorders and diseases, with women making up over 60% of the afflicted. In fact, autoimmune disease is among the top 10 leading causes of death amongst females in all age groups in first world countries.

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