Chinese Medicine has been used for over 3,500 years and looks at the body with a wider perspective, incorporating physical, emotional and psychological factors into one view of the whole body. Chinese Medicine also takes into account external factors such as lifestyle and environment. It then combines all this information to understand the individual pattern of illness in the patient and uses herbs, acupuncture, cupping and lifestyle advice to reverse this pattern and bring the patient back to a state of good health.
Gynaecological concerns: PMS, Dysmenorrhoea, irregular cycling (too early/too late), amenorrhea, periods that are too heavy, prolapses, PCOS, endometriosis, fibroids, menopause and unexplained infertility.
Pregnancy and postpartum: Habitual miscarriage, IVF support, breech presentation, labour inductions, postnatal hair loss and fatigue, insufficient breast milk, assistance with drying up breast milk, postnatal depression and back pain.
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IVF support: Increase egg quality, build thin uterine lining, provide post and pre transfer care, increase sperm morphology and production, hold and support pregnancy and calm the anxious mum to be.
Feminine health: Chronic thrush, Menopausal symptoms such as hot flushes, irritability or anxiety, restlessness, insomnia and vaginal dryness. Breast tenderness or swelling and itchy or painful nipples.
Male reproductive health: Reduced fertility, excessively high or low libido, impotence, prostatic problems, excessive urination and urinary trickling or discomfort.
Musculoskeletal issues: Frozen shoulder, lumber, thoracic and cervical pain, tennis elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, ankle and knee weakness and associated muscle strains and pain.
Digestive health: IBS, pain and bloating, constipation or diarrhoea, weight gain or weight loss, rectal prolaspes and haemorrhoids.
Bladder issues: Nocturia, excessive urination or weak bladder, uterine or bladder prolapses, reoccurring UTIs, genital itch or rash associated with thrush or herpes virus.
Issues of the immune system: Reoccurring coughs, colds and flus, fatigue, muscle heaviness, food intolerances, hay fever, headedness, sinusitis, nasal congestion and a propensity to bronchitis and asthma.
Emotional well being: Depression, anxiety, insomnia, restless sleep, emotional outbursts, excessive dreaming, sadness, helplessness, cloudy feeling in head, excessive crying and feeling out of control.
Paediatric care: including acupuncture, Chinese dietary therapy, herbal preparations and baby massage: Urticaria, impetigo, asthma, eczema, digestive disorders, bed wetting, nightmares, nose bleeds, poor concentration, cough, colds, glue ear and phlegm.