Traditional Chinese Medicine Traditional Chinese Medicine has a history of a few thousand years and has been the cornerstone in curing diseases and maintaining health and well-being of the Chinese people. It is based on a holistic approach in the management of an imbalanced condition, where physical signs and symptoms, emotional reactions, social and environmental factors as well as all parts of the human body, etc. are considered interdependent and mutually interactive. For example, emotional disorders may injure the internal organs while dysfunction of internal organs may lead to the disturbance of emotions. Observation, questioning, hearing, smelling, tongue reading, palpation and pulse reading are techniques commonly used in diagnosis in.
Massage, in Chinese called ‘an mo’ or ‘tui na’, it is another great contribution of the Chinese people made to the world medical field. It is a kind of outer physiotherapy and has been approved to be one of great practical use. As doctors hold that, a network – ‘jing luo’ in human body serves as a passage for vital energy and blood, organs and joints all to be the entity of body, they regulate it through outside force of hands directly acting on the injured part, and turn the scale of pathological changes or improve the organ function to maintain health. This marvellous treatment as a branch of.