Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) 

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has accumulated medical experience over 2000 years. A comprehensive range of treatment for both physical and mental ailments has been developed. Western medicine was introduced to China in the mid-nineteenth century and has existed there side by side with traditional Chinese medicine ever since. In the same way, over recent decades, traditional Chinese Medicine has become more and more widely accepted in the west as a valuable alternative or complementary system of treatment.

Acupuncture Therapy
Acupuncture is a safe and effective practice. Acupuncture locates and treats pressure points of the body, which can affect and control the internal organs. It is particularly effective in healing and dispelling of pain in conditions such as back, neck, head, joints and sports injuries, etc. The highest standards of practice and hygiene are maintained.

Medical massage (Acupressure)
It is applied using a wide range of techniques which differs from Western massage in that finger and palm pressure. It stimulates Qi mobilization to regain Yin Yang balance in certain parts of the body. It also has the same functions as Acupuncture to relieve pains.

Herbal Medicine
Traditional Chinese medicine makes use of a great variety of material, mainly form plants. Over times, TCM has researched the use of such materials, and refined that use. Medicines are principally ingested by boiling the preparation and then drinking the liquid. In Britain, the use of Chinese Medicine is not only governed by the best practice, developed over many years, but also limited by the stringent health and safely legislation, which we follow scrupulously.