Acupuncture

TCM / Acupuncture

Acupuncture

The best-known method of Chinese medicine - influences the body functions through the targeted insertion of special needles. It has a liberating, balancing, stimulating or dampening effect.

We offer effective alternatives for patients who are uncomfortable using needles.

Link: to the SRF Puls broadcast on traditional Chinese medicine

Gua Sha massage

Gua Sha, a scraping technique from ancient China, is performed on the skin and treats the underlying tissue structures. The blood circulation is stimulated and blockages (e.g. trigger points) are removed. Acute and chronic pain syndromes can be resolved.

Moxibustion

Moxa (Folium Artemisiae) is a dried medicinal herb. It is made to glow and develops a pleasant and deep warmth. Moxibustion helps with acute and chronic pain by driving away the cold.

Cupping massage

Cupping glasses are put on with negative pressure to stimulate pain or acupuncture points. A cupping massage treats an entire region of the body. The vacuum promotes blood circulation and removes deposits and toxins from the body. This is mostly visible under the skin as red-blue spots.