Chinese massage (Tui Na) is a traditional form of therapy and a key treatment offered at TCM Australia. Tui Na involves the practical manipulation of certain locations on your body to prevent and treat illness. We offer two types of massage treatments.Our Massage Therapies
Our staff are knowledgeable in the function and uses of over 400 different herbs and are trained to create formulas that will aid in the treatment of our patients.About Chinese Herbs
Acupuncture involves the insertion of fine needles into specific acupoints to correct “blood and Qi” disorders and harmonise the functions and structures of the body. The number of needles can vary from two to fifteen and they are left in place for approximately 15 to 30 minutes. Qi or Chi acupuncture is a specific type of acupuncture that can be successfully used to treat or reduce symptoms in a variety of disorders.About Acupuncture
This treatment involves the burning of a special herb called mugwort, which is then applied to specific points on the body either through acupuncture or directly on to the skin. Moxibustion treatments are useful in removing pain and strengthening your body’s immune system and circulation.About Moxibustion
Reflexology is a popular treatment in Chinese medicine. Certain pressure points on your feet correspond to specific organs in your body, and the regular massaging of these points can encourage the regulation of your internal organs. Regular reflexology treatments often result in increased functioning of your organs, the elimination of toxins from your body and the prevention of illness.About Reflexology
This treatment involves application of glass cups to certain points on your body through the use of a vacuum. Cupping is a traditional technique that relieves pain and promotes circulation by eliminating wind and cold from your muscles and meridians.