CUPPING

Uses small “cups” attached via gentle suction to areas of pain or other concern. Cupping therapy promotes circulation, releases muscle tension, and stimulates energy and fluids. It is used to treat back, neck and joint pain, stiff muscles, anxiety and hypertension, fatigue, migraines, vertigo, digestion and respiratory illness.

Cupping can often cause various degrees of bruising.


TUI NA
Pronounced "twee-nah" is a type of Oriental medical massage in which acupressure and other massage techniques are used, often employing specific acupuncture points or meridians. This massage technique stimulates the meridians, facilitating the flow of energy. The intent of Tui Na is more specifically therapeutic than the simple relaxation of a Swedish-style massage.


ACUPRESSURE
Pressure applied by hand or with use of a tool to specific acupuncture points. This technique is employed along with Tui Na or where needling may not be well tolerated.


GUA SHA
A traditional technique of passing a small paddle over the skin repeatedly to release “sha” or sediment build up in muscle tissue. This technique is employed to resolve muscle tension and injury, reduce fever and improve circulation. Gua Sha can produce local redness and occasional bruising.


MOXA
A mixture of finely ground herbs pressed into small cakes or “cigars” are lit to smolder and gently warm selected areas of the body. Moxibustion may be used to stimulate the movement of energy, relax muscles, improve digestion and calm the nervous system.


DIET & LIFESTYLE
After a comprehensive analysis of diet, lifestyle and symptoms. You will learn about maximizing your health and well-being, and receive suggestions for diet, exercise, herbs and supplements that are specific to you as an individual and the goals and concerns you may have.
Small changes to diet and lifestyle habits can greatly improve the speed in which health goals are achieved.


TUI NA
Pronounced "twee-nah" is a type of Oriental medical massage in which acupressure and other massage techniques are used, often employing specific acupuncture points or meridians. This massage technique stimulates the meridians, facilitating the flow of energy. The intent of Tui Na is more specifically therapeutic than the simple relaxation of a Swedish-style massage.


HERBAL MEDICINE
Practitioners are able to choose from a vast array of medicinal plants with antiviral, antibacterial and immune-modulating properties. Chinese remedies appear to have significant therapeutic value and some work on conditions for which Western doctors have no pharmaceutical drugs. Chinese Herbal formulas sometimes contain eight to 12 specific herbs. Herbal formulas are tailored to each person and designed to treat specific health problems or correct imbalances in the body. Herbs increase circulation, remove inflammation, prevent disease, and improve your quality of life. They also help boost your immune system and correct or eliminate illness.

Using the new generation and science of herbs, the new herbs are more concentrated, so there is no need to cook them, and there is no odor. We offer Chinese herbal medicine in pill form and powder form for your convenience.

Lake Success Office

1 Hollow Lane, Suite 300

Lake Success, NY 11042

Phone: 516-279-6694

Office Hours:

Mon & Fri 1-7pm

Tues & Sat 8-11am

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