Finding Health and Healing Through Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine
- February 15, 2017
- Health and Fitness
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Traditional Chinese Medicine has been around for thousands of years and for good reason it works. While Western science has demonstrated its value in the field of surgical and urgent care procedures, Chinese medicine often provides better preventive and disease management care.
Focusing on and using the body's inner energy, or Qi, to maintain good health, prevent illness, and better handle chronic conditions, Traditional Chinese Medicine has been shown to eliminate symptoms of such "incurable" conditions as chronic joint pain, infertility, Crohn's Disease, and a host of other conditions.
Traditional Chinese Medicine
Traditional Chinese Medicine generally sees the condition of prostate enlargement as an accumulation of humidity and Heat in the lower portion of the torso (low Jiao), or as cold that has entered the Liver channel, quite often accompanied by a Kidney deficiency as an underlying root. For more information about the Chinese medicine, you can also visit aimwellnessclinic.com/overall-wellness/.
The last way that a Chinese medicine practitioner differs than a modern Western medical practitioner is our focus on prevention. We feel that once the patient has healed from the problem and restored a healthy balance, both the patient and practitioner must focus on prevention to make sure that the problem does not recur.
Maintaining health is similar to driving a car. The driver can't hold the steering wheel in one position and expect to stay safely on the road He/she must constantly make minor adjustments with the steering wheel to stay on course. Our bodies are the same; even when healthy, we must make periodic, minor adjustments to stay perfectly healthy.