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Tui Na Targets Problems Such As Chronic Pain In The Skeletal System, Joints, And Muscles

For those who have experienced both Shiatsu and acupressure, Tui Na massage therapy may feel like a cross between the two. Tui Na, like Shiatsu, makes use of rhythmic compression along the meridians which are the energy pathways of the body, as well as a number of modalities that lubricate and manipulate the joints. Tui […]
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Some Natural Alternative Remedies for High Blood pressure

An extremely facile acupuncture therapy, one that is usually self-administered within the convenience of one’s own home, has proven to be a fine remedy for some of the symptoms related to muscle pain. Aside from its usefulness in treating disease, acupuncture points have also been exploited for thousands of years as a way to enhance […]
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Maintaining The Strength And Health Of Your Spleen Meridian

Followers of Chinese Medicine believe that the human body is energized and animated by 14 primary energy channels called meridians. Every one of these meridians is related to a certain set of systems and organs in your body as well as with certain types of emotions. Any malfunctioning, blockage, or weakening of a meridian in […]
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The Traditional Chinese Medicine View On Autism

One in 166 children is diagnosed with some form of autism making this condition one the most common forms of brain development disorder among children. Autistic children are liable to suffer auto immune problems and weak immune systems. While autism is defined by Western medicine as a medical condition wherein a child exhibits the following […]
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The Heart In Chinese Medicine

In Chinese medicine, the human organs are more than just physical realities; they also have elemental, spiritual, emotional, and mental characteristics that align with the seasons and with nature. This article will focus on the organ known as the heart. The Heart in Chinese Medicine According to Chinese medicine in Boca Raton, heart is related […]
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The Virtues And Benefits Of Eating A Typical Chinese Diet

It is a well-known fact that the scourge of obesity has used to be mainly a problem for the Western world. However, with the age of globalization and with the proliferation of fast foods restaurants like McDonalds and drinks like Coca-Cola in Asian countries and other parts of the world, obesity has now become a […]
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Chinese Tui Na Therapeutic Massage Therapy And Its Various Applications To Health

In the practice of TCM or traditional Chinese medicine in Bellmore, Tui na is a form of bodywork therapy that is often used in conjunction with herbal medicine and acupuncture. Chinese Tui Na therapeutic massage therapy is one of Chinese medicine’s most important components. Its use began around 1700 B.C. during the Shang Dynasty. While […]
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The Different Forms Of Tuina Techniques

A type of Chinese manipulative therapy based on the principles of TCM or Traditional Chinese Medicine Cleveland, Tuina therapy involves pressure, rolling, kneading, or brushing techniques to treat ailments by stimulating the energy channels or meridians of the body. This therapy may be used in combination with herbal medicine, moxibustion, or acupuncture treatment or as […]
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Falun Gong, An Excellent Holistic Practice For Your Spirit, Mind, And Body

Falun Dafa, more popularly known as Falun Gong, is an ancient Chinese practice for the spirit, body, and mind. Its traditional practices is made up meditation and soft, slow movements. It’s an honest structure to refine the three aspects of your being: spirit, body, and mind. The central theme consists of the universal principals of […]
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Tai Chi, A Very Sensible Choice For Arthritis Pain Relief

What is Arthritis? Literally meaning “inflammation of the joints,” arthritis is a condition resulting from the degeneration of the cartilage tissues inside the joints, either due to the buildup of uric acid crystals on the lining of the joint or to regular wear and tear associated with process of aging. This is a very disturbing […]
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