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Some of the above listed services are explained below:
Fu’s Subcutaneous Needling (FSN), originated from Chinese traditional acupuncture, is a new acupuncture technique which is invented by Dr Zhong-
What conditions can FSN treat?
Shoulder pain / Frozen shoulder
Neck pain / Knee pain
Back pain / Lower back pain
Trapped nerve / Sciatica
Tendonitis, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Restless leg syndrome
Dysmenorrhoea (painful period)
Sports injury / GYM injury
Is FSN safe?
It is absolutely safe as it only manipulates on the subcutaneous layer. Please note that we always use individually packaged, sterile, disposable needles,
Acupuncture is one major feature of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) that has being practiced for thousands of years. Acupuncture is a safe and effective natural therapy that is used to heal illness, prevent disease and improve well-
According to traditional Chinese philosophy on which acupuncture is based, your health is dependent on the body's energy force, known as 'Qi'. When you are healthy, Qi moves in a smooth and balanced way through a series of channels in the body called meridians. The meridians are linking to the internal organs. There are 14 meridians around the body on which acupuncture points lie. Qi consists of equal and opposite qualities -
When you are faced with a physical, mental, or emotional problem, or illness, the Qi is disrupted, and your health worsens. The flow of Qi can be disturbed by a number of factors. These include emotional states such as anxiety, stress, anger, fear or grief. Other factors include poor nutrition, improper diet, extreme climatic conditions (cold, wind, heat, damp), hereditary factors, infections, poisons and trauma. Inserting needles (very fine sterilized disposable acupuncture needles) into your body’s meridians can help to release any blockages in the energy flow. It also helps to restore the body's natural balance by stimulating its own healing process.
Although not all of the effects of acupuncture can be explained using conventional medicine, there has been some scientific research which shows how acupuncture can stimulate the body and reduce pain.
When needles are inserted into acupuncture points, it can help stimulate nerves, muscles, and tissue in your body. This stimulation then encourages the body to release certain chemicals, such as endorphins, and serotonin. Endorphins are the body's natural form of painkillers, and your brain releases these chemicals at times of pain and stress. Serotonin is a chemical that can affect your mood, emotions, and behaviour. It can also provide pain relief.
Chinese herbal medicines are an integral part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). They are specially formulated in China. Chinese people have been using natural herbs to treat a wide variety of diseases and conditions for thousands of years. Those herbs are composed of roots, bark, flowers, seeds, fruits, leaves, and branches. Each herb has its specific characteristics and particular medical use to treat diseases, to rectify the hyperactivity or hypoactivity of Yin and Yang, and to help restore the body to its normal physiological functions.
It is essential that Chinese herbal medicines must be given by qualified TCM doctors. At the initial consultation, the doctor will consider the patient’s overall symptoms, such as the type and severity of illness, how and when it occurs. The patient’s sex, age, and general health are also noted. The doctor will also take patient’s pulse and observe the patient’s tongue. Then following guidelines from classical Chinese medicine texts, the doctor will form a basic prescription and then adjusts the mixture according to the patient’s condition. Such a prescription usually contains 5-
Chinese herbal medicines normally come in the following forms:
1. Loose herbs are a combination of dry herbs carefully selected by a TCM doctor, up to 15 ingredients. Each prescription is tailor-
2. Herbal powder is dried preparation of the decoction.
3. Patent herbs are another form of Chinese herbs. They are pre-
4. Herbal creams and herbal oils.
We use only high quality herbs at our clinic, such as natural leaves, flowers, roots, stem and seeds of plants, to make up highly personalised prescriptions for each patient. We stand against to use any animal products.
Cupping Therapy has been an integral part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for thousands of years and continues to be incorporated into treatments today. Cupping is a method of applying acupressure by creating a vacuum on the patient's skin. Cups are applied on the surface of the skin (acupuncture point) to create a slight suction. The therapy is used to dispel what is called “stagnation”, loosening the areas of adhesion or restriction within the muscles and tissues of the body. Western medicine explains this as promoting blood circulation, which can relieve pain, ailments and boost the immune system. Cupping therapy is a painless procedure. It produces feeling of relaxation and invigoration
Moxibustion is a traditional Chinese medicine treatment using the burning of moxa or mugwort herb, to help dispel cold and damp from the body as well as warm the body’s channels. The herb used for moxibustion therapy is Folium Artemisiae. Moxibustion is usually used in conjunction with acupuncture. It is useful in helping with a wide range of conditions, including aches and pains, colds and flu, and even poor digestion.