Tag: oriental medicine

Chinese Medicine and Pediatrics

Chinese Medicine and Pediatrics

Readers! Today we are going to discuss a little bit about Pediatrics and Traditional Chinese Medicine. I always receive many emails asking me if one point or the other can be used both in adults and children, if children can do acupuncture, if they have […]

Covid-19, Diabetes and Acupuncture

Covid-19, Diabetes and Acupuncture

Hello Readers! Today we are going to talk scientifically about Covid-19 related to Diabetes and Acupuncture. According to Gupta, R. et al (2020), in an article published in the journal Elsevier, it cannot be said that a diabetic patient is more susceptible to contracting Covid-19, […]

Gua-Shá therapy – what it is and what the benefits

Gua-Shá therapy – what it is and what the benefits

Good morning readers Today we will talk a little about the therapy with Gua Shá, known and practiced by the Orientals for thousands of years. The words: gua shá mean shaving and pathogenic factor respectively. Thus, the technique consists of scraping through the skin and […]

Stomach Reduction and Chinese Medicine

Stomach Reduction and Chinese Medicine

Good morning readers! Today the subject is serious and interesting! Let’s talk about stomach reduction surgery, also known as bariatric surgery and how Chinese medicine sees the consequences of this process. This type of surgery is indicated, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), for […]

Varicose Veins in Tradicional Chinese Medicine

Varicose Veins in Tradicional Chinese Medicine

Good Morning Readers!   Today the text will be about the view of Traditional Chinese Medicine regarding varicose veins. Varicose veins are dilated and deformed, purple-blue veins that appear along the legs and can cause pain and swelling. Its occurrence is more common in people […]

Depression and Traditional Chinese Medicine

Depression and Traditional Chinese Medicine

Good morning readers! In response to several requests, today I am going to write a little about a disease that scares many people: Depression. For Western Medicine, Depression is a chronic and recurrent psychiatric illness that produces a change in mood characterized by profound and […]

Phantom Pain and Tradicional Chinese Medicine

Phantom Pain and Tradicional Chinese Medicine

Hello Readers! Today I am going to write about Phantom Pain. Phantom pain is pain related to amputations, which can be of two types. – Phantom limb pain – Unpleasant sensation in the limb that no longer exists due to amputation. – Pain in the […]

Adult Asthma in Chinese Medicine

Adult Asthma in Chinese Medicine

Hello Readers! Today I am here to write a little about adult asthma from the perspective of Traditional Chinese Medicine. For Western Medicine, asthma is characterized by a partial obstruction of airflow in the bronchial tree. This is caused by a temporary narrowing of the […]

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – Tradicional Chinese Medicine Treatment

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – Tradicional Chinese Medicine Treatment

Good morning Readers, Today, in response to requests, I am going to write about Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. The carpal tunnel is a channel that is on average 3 cm wide, formed by the bones of the wrist as a base and a transverse ligament as […]

Quick Tip to Improve Pain in Lower Back and Hip

Quick Tip to Improve Pain in Lower Back and Hip

Good morning readers! The news today is that we’ve also have English subtitles in some videos on our Youtube channel! Today, I present to you a quick live on Facebook showing a point to improve pain in the lower back and hip and relieve tired […]