1. Acupuncture / Acupressure
    The basic idea behind acupuncture / acupressure, according to ancient theory, is that energy flows within the human body and can be stimulated to create balance and health. The energy flow is called Qi, it moves throughout the body along 12 main channels known as 12 primary meridians. In our clinic, we treat the body as a unit and work as a unit. These meridians represent the major organs and functions of the body although they do not follow the exact pathways of nerves or blood flow. The goal of acupuncture is to correct imbalances of flow and restore health through stimulation, generally by inserting disposable use needles through the skin at points or applying pressure along the meridians of the body and trigger points. Acupuncture / acupressure is found very effectively on treating pain problems, stress, anxiety, depression, migraine headaches…etc. Find out more by calling our office during business hours and we will explain to you or simply pass by our clinic for more information.
  2. Aromatherapy
    "Aromatherapy can be defined as the controlled use of essential oils to maintain and promote physical, psychological and spiritual well being" as mentioned by Gabriel Mojay, Institute Principal and author of Aromatherapy for Healing the Spirit. It is a natural, non-invasive therapy that designed to affect the whole person not just the symptom or disease and to assist the body's natural ability to balance, regulate, heal and maintain itself by the correct use of essential oils.
    What does Aromatherapy Do? Aromatherapy can be used for treatments from acne (Rosemary and Geranium) and other skin problems such as eczema (Chamomile), dry, chapped (Rose, Lavender), oily, insect bites, athletes' feet and other fungal infections (Ti-Tree). Respiratory problems such as sinusitis (Eucalyptus, Lavender, Thyme, Peppermint) , bronchitis, coughs, sore throats, the common cold, the 'flu', other types of nasal congestion - which may be due to allergies (some essential oils used may be Eucalyptus, Rosemary, Roman Chamomile, Peppermint); It can be used in mouth washes for bad breath (Myrrh) and toothaches (Cloves); for those suffering from headaches (Peppermint and Rosemary) and migraines, arthritis and joint pains (Black pepper, Marjoram, Ginger, Birch, Camphor). Nursing homes and medical facilities are using Aromatherapy on Alzheimer's Disease (Bergamot and Lavender) and other aging related health concerns - memory problems (Rosemary), agitation, anxiety, stress (Bergamot ,Lavender, Ylang Ylang), nervous legs (Bergamot, Lavender).The aroma has an emotional effect on everyone. From stress relief to being uplifting for fatigue relief (grapefruit), anti-depression (basil, chamomile, grapefruit, rose, ylang ylang) and for grief (Rose, Marjoram), it can have a calming (Chamomiles) and relaxing effect especially for those troubled with insomnia (Lavender, Chamomile, Orange, Patchouli, Ylang Ylang); it is wonderful for meditation (Frankincense, Sandalwood, Oud, Myrrh), it is also known to use for High Blood Pressure (Ylang Ylang, Lavender) and enhancing memory (Rosemary, Ginger); it can give relief to those troubled with PMS (premenstrual syndrome), it can aid in digestion and many more.
  3. Cupping Therapy
    Cupping Therapy is a form of ancient Chinese therapy treatment that places special glass or plastic cup over certain areas of the body that creates suction to help ease pain, inflammation, increase blood flow and relaxation of the muscle. Please feel free to contact us for more information about this type of treatment often use along with acupuncture / acupressure therapy.
  4. Herbal Teas
    Herbal teas are just like using aromatherapy in the house, it is use for your body to help with different relaxation or refreshment stages. For example, Lavender provides aids in restlessness, insomnia and nervous stomach irritations. Peppermint tea helps with gastrointestinal functions, gallbladder aliments and refreshments. Hawthorne Leaf tea aids in cardiovascular tonic, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and coronary circulation. Please feel free to contact us to find out more information.
  5. Medical Nutrition Therapy
    Coming soon...