What We Treat

According to a list published by the World Health Organisation of the United Nations, Traditaional Chinese Medicine is considered appropriate treatment for the following illnesses:

Internal

Mental-Emotional

Musculo-skeletal & Neurological

Genito-Urinary and Reproductive

Dermatological

Ear, Nose & Throat

General

Children's Diseases

Internal

Headache
Migraine
Asthma
Bronchitis
Colds & Flu
Indigestion
Constipation
Haemorrhoids
M.E. & chronic fatigue
Diabetes
High blood pressure
Poor circulation
Thyroid imbalance
Diarrhoea
Gastritus
Ulcers
Heartburn
M.S
Colitis
Palpitation

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Mental-Emotional

Stress
Anxiety
Panic attacks
Depression
Insomnia
Fatique

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Musculo-skeletal & Neurological

Arthritis
Joint problems
Back pain
Sciatica
Sprains
Stiff neck
Sports Injuries
Frozen shoulder
Bel's palsy
Stroke
Rheumatism
Neuraliga
Hemiplegia
Cerebral Palsy

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Genito-Urinary and Reproductive

Pre-menstrual tension (PMS)
Menopause syndrome
Irregular periods
Period pain
Endomytsiosis
Poly-systic Overies
Habital Miscarridge
morning sickness
Vaginal discharge
Infertility
Pelvic Inflammatory
Impotence
Premature ijaculation
sperm disorder

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Dermatological

Eczema
Dermatitis
Acne
Psoriasis
Shingles
Vitiligo
Hair loss
Mycosis
Vitiligo
Other skin complaints

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Ear, Nose & Throat

Hay fever
Sinus Infection
Sore throat
Tinnitus
Earaches
Dizziness

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General

Smoking
Weight

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Children's Diseases

Asthma
Digestive upset
Poor appetite
Bed-wetting
Eczema
Diarrhoea
Infantile paralysis

 

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