TCM stands for Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Acupuncture is a treatment that heals and prevents many ailments and stressrelated symptoms. Acupuncture is an integral part of Traditional Chinese Medicine in its practice and theory.
It is based on a holistic perception of man. In this way you do not treat only the symptoms but rather the person as a whole. In the Chinese understanding of physiology the organs are named the same as in Western physiology, but they also have quite different physiological functions as well as emotional and spiritual aspects.
Acupuncture is based on the 12 major meridians that run through the body – and eight extra meridians. The 12 major meridians are each connected to a specific organ. Most acupuncture points are to be found along these lines.
In practicing acupuncture these points are stimulated by using disposable, sterile needles. By inserting these in the body you strengthen and free the body’s Qi (vital energy). In this way the balance in the body is being restored and disease can be cured and prevented.Online booking