PROFESSIONAL MASSAGES in PISA
& COMPLEMENTARY TECHNIQUES IN TCM
Complementary techniques in
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)
Moxibustion, Skin Needle, Cupping, Guasha
Moxibustion, cutaneous needle, cupping, guasha, defined as "complementary techniques", are part with acupuncture, Tuina, pharmacology, and psycho-body techniques (TaijQi, Qigong), of that vast medical corpus of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), sharing its theoretical bases and energetic-type clinical approach. These techniques are able to meet the needs of all professionals who work in the various fields of health and wellness disciplines.
Cupping on the back area
Moxa cones - Moxibustion
Moxa cigars in box
The complementary techniques in TCM act deeply on the body in toning or dispersion according to the needs of the person, both to energize the body systemically, acting in a targeted way on the meridians, and locally in the areas affected by musculoskeletal problems, of traumatic, rheumatic, arthritic and inflammatory origin.
The Complementary Techniques in Traditional Chinese Medicine, to be used individually or jointly depending on the objective to be achieved and the person's condition, are extraordinarily useful in cases of:
- discopathies, protrusions, hernias
- back pain, lumbago and neck pain
- carpal tunnel
- heels, Achilles tendon, fasciitis
- Dupuytren's disease
- gynecological disorders (dysmenorrhea, menopause, etc.)
- mental disorders (stress, tiredness, anxiety, etc.)
- and, in general, all health imbalances due to energy deficiency which reduces our body's immune defences.
The complementary techniques in TCM can be perfectly integrated with massage techniques for the prevention or treatment of certain problems and fall within a general perspective of prevention of the person's state of well-being.
In any case, it is always advisable to seek the advice of a doctor to diagnose your disorder and get advice on the correct treatment to be performed.
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