Though our practitioners are trained to assist in all manners of disorders, we have a strong focus on assisting with concerns arising from psycho-emotional health and fertility. You can learn more about the symptoms we assist with through the following links:
The list is much more extensive. Contact us to see if we can assist you with your issue today. Our modalities of healing are listed below.
Acupuncture is both extremely effective in treating disease and helping the body to relax. Acupuncture works by stimulating increased release of endorphins into the site of insertion as well as increasing circulation thus relieving pain. Many people have a fear of needles but they tend to imagine a syringe when the term “Acupuncture” appears. This is actually quite a misconception as you could fit roughly 10 acupuncture needles into the tip of a single syringe.
All Acupuncture needles used at the Chinese Health Institute are inspected, sealed and never reused. We adhere to government health regulations and use an alcohol swab to clean skin before insertion as well as sealing the site with a cotton bud upon removal to prevent infection.
Chinese Herbal Medicine is a perfect way for a patient to continue the treatment at home to ensure maximum results in the least amount of time. Many people can be apprehensive about “herbal” medication but in truth a large number of ingredients used are common household herbs. For example “Sheng Jiang” is commonly used to warm the body, it is just the Chinese name for fresh ginger. Chinese Herbal formulas work because the practitioner adds a number of select ingredients to create a synergetic healing effect while ensuring minimal side effects.
All the herbal ingredients used at the Chinese Health Institute are TGA approved. We DO NOT use or endorse the prescription of endangered animal products.
Tui Na is Chinese massage, “Tui” meaning to push and “Na” meaning to pull. Tui Na has a strong emphasis on the Acupuncture meridians and points as both systems were developed based on the same theories. Proper Tui Na should not bruise the patient and does not require any oil or the removal of clothing (unless ancillary treatments are to be performed afterwards). To practice Tui Na in Australia, a practitioner must hold a minimum Diploma of Traditional Chinese Remedial Massage.
The Tui Na offered at the Chinese Health Institute is done in conjunction with Acupuncture or Electro-Acupuncture for maximum therapeutic effect, we do not offer Tui Na as a standalone service.
We offer several special treatment types at the Chinese Health Institute, many of which will be utilized with other therapies.
Moxa or moxibustion is a heat based therapy. Primarily used for patients who suffer from deficiency and lack energy or constantly feel cold.
Cupping Therapy is a suction based treatment where the oxygen is drawn from a cup and placed on various parts of the body. This treatment is fantastic for removing tension and certain pathogens – though it will leave marks on the body which are completely painless and actually an indication of continued therapeutic effect.
Guasha is scraping therapy. This is where the practitioner will use a tool to scrape along certain parts of the body to release heat and pathogens from the body. Recommended for individuals who often feel agitated or angry.
Each service offers a unique benefit to your health and many can be combined to maximize therapeutic outcome. Contact us to find out which treatment is most suitable to get you back to where you want to be.