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TCM Akupunktur. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has been practised since 500 BC. It is today a welldocumented and clinically applied treatment method worldwide. The World Health Organization recognizes TCM as a scientific treatment method for a wide range of ailments and symptoms.

During treatment, acupuncture needles are used to affect the flow of nerve impulses, blood, lymph, and synovial fluids. These flows are collectively known as "Qi". Qi Gong and Tai Chi are physical practices where you regulate and vitalize flows in your body. Flows of X branches into meridians that supply all parts of our body with energy. These "meridians" constitute a well-defined and very complex system which can be compared to our nervous system.

Injuries, diseases, and aging causes irregular and poor circulation. We activate and regulate these imbalances by means of acupuncture, herbal medicines, moxibustion (heat), cupping, Gua Sha, and Tui Na (massage).

Mental illness has become more and more common in our high performing, always connected existence, where increasingly younger people are suffering from the fear
of not being good enough and ending up in alienation. Totus homo - to see the whole man, and the relation between his body and soul - is an integral part of Chinese medicine. Since this relation regulates flows this also includes thought flows, and therefore also spiritual consciousness. In order to regain mental health TCM treat-
ment of anxiety, stress, and psychosomatic conditions is of great therapeutic help.