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Tui Na Medical Massage for Lower Back Pain

Tui na  is a form of Chinese medical massage. It differs from most other massage styles due to the type of movements that it involves which include rubbing, rolling, pinching and finger pressure. Tui na is also unique within the massage world in...

Treating Knee Pain with Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine


Knee pain is a common condition which can result from injury, inflammation or wear and tear. It is usually treated with medication such as anti-inflammatory drugs and painkillers. In severe cases, surgery may also be necessary.

Knee pain can...

Treating Back Pain with Acupuncture and Traditional Oriental Medicine

Back pain is a common condition which most people will experience to some extent during their lifetime. It is also one of the most common reasons why people come for acupuncture treatment.

Do I have a Sprained Ankle?

Sprained ankles are a common injury which can result in pain and loss of mobility, making everyday activities difficult to carry out.

Traditional Chinese Medicine for Acute Pain Relief

What is Acute Pain?

Acute pain is pain which comes on quickly and lasts three to six months or less. It it often caused by injuries such as strains, sprains and pulled muscles.

When we are injured, our bodies produce inflammation as part of the...

Acupuncture for Acute Pain

Acute pain is pain which comes on suddenly and is usually short induration. Ankle sprains, pulled muscles or waking with a stiff neck are all examples of acute pain. Although acute pain is not often serious, it can be a sign of an underlying...

Our Top 3 Acupressure Points for Neck Pain

Acupressure for neck pain is a safe, simple and effective treatment that you can perform on yourself at home to relieve pain and stiffness.

Here are our top three acupressure points to get rid of neck and shoulder pain naturally:

Six Pilates Exercises to Help Alleviate Your Back Pain


 Back Pain


Most people live with low-level back pain all the time and avoid activities which make things worse. The problem is that chronic back pain signals a muscular and postural imbalance that can get worse and leave you open to a greater...

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