Dr Wang Qingping
TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE
One of the oldest treatment methods in the world.
- thoracic and cervical spine pain;
- shoulder impingement syndrome;
- tennis elbow;
- neck stiffness;
- sports injuries;
- trigeminal neuralgia;
- intercostal neuralgia, also hemiplegia;
- peripheral neuropathies.
- allergies of unknown cause;
- ENT problems;
- chronic fatigue syndrome.
Used in traditional Chinese medicine for more than 5,000 years.
The treatment involves the insertion of very thin needles into specific points on the body. The needles are approximately 0.25 mm thick. They are disposable and sterile.
The treatment is painless in most cases. The average treatment takes about half an hour. The needles are left in the areas concerned until the desired effect is achieved. The response to the treatment is checked by pulse diagnosis. Slight deterioration may occur after the treatments. In most cases it is not acute and disappears after some time. It indicates that treatment has been effective.
When is it used:
Shoulder impingement syndrome
Acute and chronic muscle pain
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During your first appointment, your condition is diagnosed through pulse diagnosis. Pulse reading is of key importance for the diagnosis itself, as well as for assessing the progress of treatment.
In addition to the pulse examination, questions related to the patient’s state of health are asked. Attention is also paid to the patient’s voice, the colour of their skin, its texture and the posture of the patient.
All these activities help to find the cause for the imbalance in the patient’s health.
Appropriate treatment methods are then applied. These include: