It involves the insertion of very fine sterilized needles into the skin surface at strategic points. The needles will remain in place for 15-30 minutes during treatment. The use of needles is virtually painless. The needles are disposable and never reused.
Dr Richard Tan’s Distal Point Balance Method
This method offers acupuncturists a significant increase in clinical effectiveness. This method treats the mysterious and stubborn contemporary syndromes as well as acute and chronic pain conditions with instantaneous results.
Korean Hand Therapy – KHT
KHT combines the simplicity of reflexology with the sophistication of 3000 years of Oriental Acupuncture Medicine. KHT was developed in Korea in 1971. Korean Hand Therapy is a system for awakening the body to health and wellness through your hands. By stimulating specific points on your hands, you can resolve pain and balance internal organ function. KHT also includes the entire acupuncture meridian energy system, but in miniature, on the hands.
Laser Point Stimulation
A great alternative for those who do not like needles. A laser device is used to stimulate vital points on the body to treat the patient.
Acupuncture points are stimulated using a safe, gentle, electrical current.
Acupressure and Tui Na
These methods differ from western massage in that finger and palm pressure is applied using a wide range of techniques. It stimulates Qi mobilization to regain Yin-Yang balance in specific parts of the body.
A therapy in which a jar is placed on the skin surface to cause local congestion through the removal of the air in the jar. This method promotes the free flow of Qi and blood in the channels.
This treatment utilizes a gentle scraping of the skin surface using a Gua Sha tool to increase circulation of Qi and blood.
Recommendations for specific foods used to strengthen, rebuild and rebalance the body.