Oriental Medicine Doctor


Acupuncture for health, vitality and relaxation

Acupuncture

A natural therapy that is reported to have several major benefits: it assists in the prevention of disease, it treats both the symptoms and the cause of disease, it offers a holistic approach that links body, mind and spirit, and it effectively treats many common ailments, as well as provide drug-free pain relief.

Acupuncture

Moxa and Cupping

Moxa is a herbal substance commonly known as mugwort (AiYe in Chinese), which has a unique warming / Yang quality. Moxibustion therapy is most often integrated into an acupuncture session.

Cupping disperses and moves Qi and Blood by exerting suction and pressure on the prescribed area and is used to assist in treating a myriad of conditions.

Moxa and Cupping

Shoni Shin

A gentle and effective needle‐free Japanese technique for children 0‐10.  It is used successfully to treat a wide range of childhood complaints, and the kids love it!

It treats many conditions including: Coughs & colds, bedwetting, eczema & asthma, allergies & low immunity, digestive complaints & fussy eaters, sleeping problems, headaches,  growing pains, learning & behavioural difficulties, reflux, colic and more.

Shoni Shin

Facial Rejuvenation

Coreena is a leading Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncturist, with over 15 years experience.  Cosmetic Acupuncture or the ‘Acupuncture Facelift’, aims to correct the signs of aging by treating both specific symptoms and the underlying cause of our individual aging patterns. Immediate results can be seen as the treatment promotes and increases blood, lymph and Qi flow. The treatment involves no surgery or stitches, and so has no recovery time. Acupuncture is a natural alternative to a facelift and the results can last up to 5 years.

Facial Rejuvenation

Food as Medicine

Food therapy (or Shi Liao) includes classification of foods according to the 4 major food groups, the 5 tastes and their natures (hot, cold, neutral, ascending, descending etc). This is applied or cooked according to one’s individual signs and symptoms so as one’s body (blood and energy) can work at optimum health. A qualified practitioner can demystify the realm of nutrition and help you eat your way to health and vitality.

Food as Medicine