Holistic Treatment

Holistic Treatment

Oriental Medicine Care is a golden Holistic Health Care system. It is dynamic and integrative. Oriental Medicine Care targets to re-install the Harmony stage of our balancing mind, spirit, and physical health and wellness. Oriental Medicine theory based on the foundation of Dao the Universe, Yin and Yang and Five Elements, and the Meridian Theory, direct and reinforce the movement and strength of the energy flow “Qi” in our body.

Holistic Health Care is wholeness and balance. Holistic Health is an inner resiliency that allows you to meet the demands of life. Being in a state of holistic health helps you thrive in the face of environmental, physical, emotional, and mental stress. Oriental Medicine Holistic Health Care balance and reinforce the Qi flows in our body. When our Qi the energy flow is balanced and flowing freely, the body’s natural self-healing abilities will be activated. Enabling internal stability and harmony will occur. The body will flourish, and true health and well being can be achieved.

Oriental Medicine Holistic Health Care applies multiple, combined, drugs free, natural treatments based on one’s TCM diagnosis, the treatment may include:

Acupuncture uses acupuncture fine needles placed gently on to our pressure points of the disease-related meridians to address the Qi flows, to reinforce the right Qi which defense and eliminate pathogens, and stimulate self- healing progress. It boosts our immunity to prevent future diseases at the same time.

Chinese herbal medicine treatments and supplements draw from a pharmacopeia of thousands of herbs. Practitioners may describe one herb or multiple combined herbal formula for each specific condition.

Moxibustion  uses the dried leaf of mugwort (Ai-Ye) rolled into a stick to placed on the end of needles, then burned as a warming herbal therapy using during the Oriental Medicine treatment. This unique warming herbal therapy can powerfully stimulate the energy flows, dispel internal congealed cold, and reinstalling our healthy body function.

Oriental Nutritional Therapy uses specific foods and diet plans to strengthen, rebuild, and balance the body function to heal and prevent abnormal health conditions and diseases.

Qi Gong is the practice of energy flows by practicing specific movements and breathing. Qi Gone exercise in Oriental Medicine is used to improve self and other’s health and vitality.

Electro-acupuncture treatment uses a special current device to stimulate the certain Acupuncture points-pairs on the diseases- related meridians which facilitates the flow of Qi and subsidies the symptoms and pains.

Gua Sha uses the gentle scraping technique on the skin surface by using the tool of Gua Sha to increase the circulation and metabolism on the skin, muscles, and ligaments layers.

Cupping Oriental Medicine treatment uses the materials of glass, plastic  or bamboo cups to create a vacuum strength in order to increase the healing process by bringing circulation and nutrients to the local area.

Tai Chi is also known as a martial art. Practicing the specific movement exercises with regulating the breath and energy flow that help develop harmony and balance and promote the maximum health status.

Qi  (pronounce as “chee”)

Inside of our human body is an intelligent, energetic system that maintains health and balance. Research showed us that everything is made of radiates energy. This subtle form of energy supports shapes and enlivens our physical body and activates our lives. For the past 5,000 years, practitioners of Oriental Medicine have called this intelligent energy- “ Qi “(pronounced “chee”) Other cultures have described this energy and called it by many names as prana, baraka, pneuma, spirit, wakan, material force, vital force, orgone, ether, and nuach.

Qi is the vital energy in all living things, from the tallest tree to the smallest cell Qi. Qi in the physical body is a combination form of energies mixed together from our food, air, and inherited constitution. It provides the power to accomplish activities every day. Qi is the necessity for growth, development, movement, the maintenance of body temperature, the protection against illness and disease, and overall the regulation of the body. Our health is influenced by the quality, quantity, and the balance of Qi. Ancient practitioners said, “When Qi gathers, the physical body is formed. When Qi disperses, the body passed on. It is the out of human being It is the bass of phenomena in the universe.”

Meridians Theory 

Each of the meridians is connected to a specific organ system or a channel function system. The 12 Ordinary meridians are lung and large intestine, heart and small intestine, spleen and stomach, liver and gallbladder, kidney and bladder, pericardium, and triple burners which are Yin-Yang paring and co-responding. Besides the 12 Ordinary Meridians, there are 8 extraordinary Meridian – channels running through our body. The 8 extraordinary Meridians connect and complete balance and communicate to the 12 Ordinary Meridians, making the whole body system harmony and healthy. Meridians are like rivers inside the body. Wherever a river flows, it carries water that provides the nourishment and the sustenances for life on the planet. Similarly, meridians are the rivers carrying Qi the energy flows, Jing and Ye the body fluids and blood to penetrate inside of us as an invisible current, energizing, nourishing, and supporting every cell, tissue, muscle, organ, and gland.

Five Elements

Five Elements- “Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, and Water,” are the elements of the universe. Our human body is the minify reflection of the universe. In our minified universe, we have the Wood – The Liver and Gall Bladder meridian system, Fire – The Heart and Small Intestate and The Pericardium and Triple Burners meridians systems, Earth – The Splash and Stomach meridian systems, The Metal – The Lung and Large Intestine meridian system and the Water – The Kidney and Bladder meridian system. These elements – meridian systems affect and connect to each other in the universe and our bodies. Balancing and harmonizing the elements is the key to health, wellness, and longevity.