Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) is based on a concept of balanced qi (pronounced "chee"), that is believed to flow throughout the body. Qi is proposed to regulate a person's spiritual, emotional, mental, and physical balance and to be influenced by the opposing forces of yin (negative energy) and yang (positive energy). Disease is proposed to result from the flow of qi along meridians being disrupted and yin and yang becoming imbalanced. Among the components of TCM are herbal medicine and dietary modification , acupuncture, moxibustion, restorative physical exercise, meditation, and remedial meridian massage etc.
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What are meridians?
Physiotherapists work in many areas including: cardiorespiratory, orthopaedics, neurology, paediatrics, women's health, seniors' health, and sports.
When you see a physiotherapist, he or she will complete an extensive assessment that may include your health history, evaluation of pain and movement patterns, strength, joint range of motion, reflexes, sensation and cardiorespiratory status. In addition, the physiotherapist examines relevant xrays, laboratory tests, medical records and surgical notes. Based on this assessment the physiotherapist establishes a diagnosis and works in partnership with you to develop individualized goals and treatment programs.
Physiotherapy treatment can include therapeutic exercises, manual therapy, acupuncture, electrical modalities such as TENS or ultrasound, and work hardening. A physiotherapist promotes independence. Emphasis is placed on what you can do for yourself and on education to prevent future injuries or disability.
The practice of chiropractic is the assessment of conditions related to the spine, nervous system and joints and the diagnosis, prevention and treatment, primarily by adjustment of:
Functional Orthotic Therapy does not simply mean choosing a pair of arch supports and hoping for the best, it is a calculated and responsible approach to optimizing foot function and controlling other causative factors to improve health and well-being in the long-term.
The therapy provided by our professional team, must be
Osteopathic Manual Practitioners identify, assess, and treat the body’s structures and rhythms using a gentle, hands-on approach. This fundamental technique is called osteopathic palpation. Manual practitioners spend many years developing the very sensitive sense of touch they need to master osteopathic palpation.
The four major treatment techniques -
Soft Tissue Manipulation, evaluates the condition of tissues and to help the body’s fluids (such as blood and lymphatic fluid) flow smoothly. Keeping fluids flowing smoothly reduces harmful fluid retention and makes the body’s immune system more effective.
Osteopathic articular technique, reduces muscle spasms near a joint, eases neurological irritations around a joint
Cranial osteopathy, assesses and treats the mobility of the skull and its contents. They may also use it to assess and treat the spine, the sacrum, and other parts of the body.
Visceral manipulation, treats organs and viscera of the body.