Sports Pain and the Benefits of Remedial Massage

Posted by Kenny Liang on 27/03/19 3:00 PM

Playing sports can be a fun and productive way of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Keeping your body active is important, and enjoying yourself at the same time if even better. Unfortunately, all forms of sports come with their own risks.  From bodily pain to sore muscles and injuries, sports can be as rough on your body as they can be helpful. Luckily, Traditional Chinese Medicine has a few tips to help with such problems in Remedial Massage therapy.

Using a combination of refined techniques, lubricants, and movements, these treatments are designed to target the specific needs of the individual. It can be used to treat a number of common problems associated with sports, such as;

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How to Become a successful TCM Practitioner

Posted by Kenny Liang on 23/01/19 11:00 AM

Many people in Australia are excited about Traditional Chinese Medicine. It is a discipline for healing that is non-intrusive, makes maximum use of the body's natural mechanisms for healing, and is devoted to the fundamental doctrine of the health professions, "Do no harm." TCM is an ancient field, but it is also at the forefront of modern thinking about the body.

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How Herbs Can Help Treat Allergies

Posted by Kenny Liang on 31/10/18 3:00 PM

Wouldn't it be nice to use nature to combat nature? With TCM herbs, you may be able to find relief from your allergies using the gifts of the earth itself -- gifts which sometimes feel like a curse as your nose is running and your eyes are itching.

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What is the Difference Between Deep Tissue And Soft Tissue in Remedial Massage

Posted by Kenny Liang on 24/10/18 3:00 PM

In traditional Chinese medicine, massage is a technique used to open up and clear the body's natural energy pathways. Through a combination of medicinal herbs and targeted pressure points, TCM works to restore a healthy balance throughout the body. These ancient 2000-year-old methods have been shown to provide a range of benefits including reduced stress, improved blood circulation, reduced nausea and migraines, and many others.

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How to prepare your body for Springtime with TCM Therapies

Posted by Kenny Liang on 22/08/18 10:00 AM

Spring is so close, and that means bright, sunny days, more time outside, flowers, and gentle rains. In Traditional Chinese Medicine circles, each season requires us to take personal measures to ensure we remain healthy, centred, and balanced.

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3 TCM PLANT-BASED HERBS TO HELP RELIEVE SKIN

Posted by Kenny Liang on 8/08/18 12:00 AM

You wouldn't knowingly eat dangerous, synthetic chemicals, so why slather them all over the largest organ of the human body? Consider opting for the more holistic path of TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) herbs to help to heal your skin condition,-- backed by both research and thousands of years of history.

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What Can TCM Do For A Sprained Ankle?

Posted by Kenny Liang on 13/06/18 10:00 AM

Sprained ankles are one of the most common injuries to occur in everyday life. Whether you're jogging down the street or just walking in your home, they can happen almost anywhere at any time. When you've sprained an ankle, it's important to begin the healing process as quickly as possible in order to bring your body back into the most ideal state of well-being. While most common treatments will heal your ankle over time, traditional Chinese medicine does have a few ways of helping the process along.

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Eating before acupuncture: Is it okay?

Posted by Kenny Liang on 6/06/18 3:00 PM

Those of you who are new to acupuncture will at one time or another wonder if it's okay to eat before a session. This is a perfectly normal and rational question since we want to be as best prepared for any health procedure as possible. In order to answer if eating before acupuncture is okay or not , we need to look at possible physical effects of acupuncture and what eating does to your body when anticipating treatment.

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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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Cure Acne and Eczema with Chinese Medicine

Posted by Kenny Liang on 2/02/18 12:00 PM

The majority of us have experienced acne, either as a hormonal teenager or as an adult. Some people have the joy of dealing with a more extreme form of acne called cystic acne, which leaves embarrassing scars behind. Others have another form of skin ailment called eczema. Eczema leaves skin dry, commonly with cracks and sores.

The affected skin looks more like a rash and gets very red and agitated. Eczema most usually appears in children and can last into adulthood in some cases. Both acne and eczema are most commonly treated with expensive soaps, creams, ointments and steroids.

While a small percentage of people are able to get some relief with these standard treatments, most do not and find themselves turning to their doctors for help. But what do you do when the family doctor's tricks don't work? Even worse, what do you do if you can't afford to go to the doctor or lack health insurance?

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