Traditional Chinese Medicine
Traditional Chinese Medicine is based on balancing yin and yang. Imbalances lead to blockages of qi within the body and along pathways called meridians. There are fourteen such meridians, each relating to the functioning of a specific organ. Each meridian has it’s own selection of acupoints that each have individual functions. Selection of acupoint is based on how the patient presenting & what the desired treatment outcomes.
Massage Therapy also known as soft tissue manipulation, helps to treat a variety of conditions affecting the musculoskeletal, circulatory, and nervous systems. Massage theory given by a medical professional provides targeted treatment learned from advanced level training. Medical massage is designed to help provide measurable outcomes in order to promote long-term health.
Reiki is both a subtle energy and a form of hands on vibrational healing. Reiki easily works in conjunction with other forms of medical or psychological treatments. The history of Reiki stems from Japan & translates as universal (rei) energy (ki). Though spiritual in nature, Reiki is not a religion or affiliated with any religion.