TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) utilizes botanical herbs and other natural substances create remedies to specific ailments. 3000 years of developing its own healing system has allowed TCM to create herbal formulas for many common diseases and illnesses.
Acupuncture is a modality of the alternative form of medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine, originating in China and other East Asian countries including Korea and Japan. Acupuncture involves the insertion of thin filiform-needles into the body to stimulate nervous system to promote a healing response.
Tui Na (Chinese: 推拿, pinyin: tuīná) or acupressure is a form of therapy in which manual techniques are used to manipulate the body’s soft tissue to promote healing, improved circulation, and pain relief.