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Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is centuries-old medicine originated in China. Chinese medicine is based on the theory of Qi or Energy. When Qi is balanced and flowing freely, the body's natural self-healing abilities are activated, enabling internal stability and harmony.  Chinese medicine  treatments include acupuncture, herbal medicine, dietary therapy, acupressure (Tuina) and qigong.

Acupuncture is done by inserting  fine sterile needles at specific points in the body. This activates the Qi and promotes natural healing.  It enhances immunity and physical and emotional health. It is a safe and effective way to treat a wide variety of medical problems.  

Acupressure involves applying physical pressure to acupuncture points by hand or forearm. Tuina can treat both acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions, as well as non-musculoskeletal conditions. 

Chinese herbs are most commonly prescribed as combined herbal formulation.  Each formula contains about 10 to 14 single herbs. Combination of herbs is to restore health and strenghten the body .  Each herbal prescription is tailored according to each individual health condition. 

"Chinese Herbal Medicine is a system of medicine based on a long history of empirical observation and on centuries of clinical trial and error. Whether addressing illness or enhancing health, healers and common folk alike have tested myriad herbs throughout time, and observed their effects on the human body. Through countless years of intentional and unintentional uses, the experience and knowledge of herbs gradually have been recorded and passed along, leading to Chinese Herbal Medicine as it is practiced today." - Chinese Medical Herbology and Pharmacology

NAET Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Technique is an alternative therapy that aims to treat allergies by combining principles from chiropractic medicine, acupuncture, and kinesiology. The technique aims to desensitize individuals to allergens by stimulating acupressure points while the person is in contact with the allergen. After successful NAET treatment, there's often no need for long-term avoidance or dietary restrictions. You should be able to incorporate the treated allergen back into your life without adverse reactions. However, since individual responses can vary, maintaining open communication with your healthcare provider is advisable to ensure continued success in managing your specific circumstances.