When you come to us for a Chinese Medical consultation and TCM treatments, you will be given an initial consultation. The primary focus is usually on the main complaint, or condition which is to be treated. The consultation will also include questions about your symptoms, your state of mind and lifestyle. It also includes a thorough examination of your body, especially a tongue and pulse examination.
This kind of examination is unique in Traditional Chinese Medicine, which can tell us a lot about your health and any signs of imbalance. It is able to give information on the whole body as well as individual organs. It provides a holistic guide to overall health and also to specific pathogenic factors.
After this initial consultation, our TCM practitioners will formulate a diagnosis and treatment plan for you. This is done according to your individual condition and constitution. The treatment will be followed with a combination of Chinese Medicine therapies. These will energise and bring your body back to harmony and equilibrium, thus allowing healing to take place.
The treatment can be one or a combination of acupuncture, Chinese herbs, Tuina massage, exercise, breathing and meditation, food therapy and others. Individually these treatments work well, however, in combination they can be mutually reinforcing.
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Our Address: 430 Archway Road, Highgate London, N6 4JH
To contact us during the Covid-19 crisis please email, or call our temporary number on 07357-940-746 or call Dr Ke on 07958-750-999.
Acupuncture is given to most patients who come for Chinese Medicine treatment at our London clinic. It involves the gentle insertion of very fine, sterilised, disposable needles into points on the body.
Chinese Herbal Medicine
Chinese Herbal Medicine uses natural herbs to heal and bring balance and harmony to the body and mind. There are over 8000 herbs and many thousands of classical combinations in the Chinese Herbal Medicine Pharmacopoeia.
Tuina or Chinese Therapeutic Massage uses finger pressure, stretching and leverage to stimulate the channels and acupuncture points. It is often used in conjunction with acupuncture.
A- Z of Ailments
In this section Professor Song Ke looks at western medical conditions from a Chinese Medicine perspective and gives a brief explanation of how a Chinese medicine practitioner would treat such conditions.
A - Z of TCM Philosophy
In this section we give brief definitions and explanations of some of the main concepts and terms used in Traditional Chinese Medicine.
A - Z of Food & Diet
In this section we give brief definitions and explanations of everday foods and how they can be used benifit and maintain health in Traditional Chinese Medicine.
A - Z of Chinese Medicine
In this section we give brief descriptions of some common used Chinese Herbs and classical prescriptions that are based on traditional Chinese Medicine dating back centuries.