The his­tory of Tra­di­tional Chinese Medi­cine is over 3000 years old. It encompasses modalities such as:

Acupuncture (Toyohari, the Japanese version, is the most gentle)
Herbal medicine

Over the cen­tur­ies, Ori­ental prac­ti­tion­ers developed a com­pre­hens­ive method of dia­gnosis gathered through the obser­va­tion and palp­a­tion of mil­lions of patients.This method of dia­gnosis based on the obser­va­tion of phys­ical changes in the body is still being used today.

Unlike Western Medicine, Chinese Medicine takes a holistic view of every vital phenomenon, cultivates the body’s intrinsic ability to overcome diseases and does not just address the most notable symptoms.


“Reg­u­lar ongo­ing acu­punc­ture has suc­cess­fully worked to man­age the med­ic­ally dia­gnosed chronic pain I exper­i­enced for years – enabling me to com­pletely free myself from the strong, pre­scrip­tion anti-inflammatory I had relied upon.”
K.C., 42, Newtown