Methods of treatment


Methods of therapy employed at our Centre are directly related to philosophy of health improvement process we practice.As principles of traditional Chinese medicine and integrative medicine , make the basis for work of our Center, all therapy methods are also based on thousand-year practice and are complemented by innovative elements, which do not contradict tradition. For convenience of our clients, below there is a list of main (most frequently used at the Centre) methods of treatment with short explanation of their essence. Please, pay attention that our package program (course of therapy) is practically always a certain combination of the methods used, as well as it always consists of the individual number of single treatment sessions, in terms of specific character of the particular patient’s organism.

Methods of treatment

Short description of the method of treatment

Acupuncture (zheng fa) Acupuncture  (also acupunctural reflexotherapy, reflexotherapy, needle therapy, stylostixis) is a branch of traditional Chinese medicine, when influence on the organism is carried out with special needles via particular points on the body through their incretion in these points. It is thought that these points are located on meridians, along which “qi” (“vital energy”) circulates.
Acupuncture of face with golden needles Cosmetic acupuncture of face is an effective non-surgical method of aging retardation. Needles covered with gold  provide additional stimulation of biologically active points and significantly improve tissue trophism and lymphatic drainage. Thus, a more effective lifting is achieved, and the effect of such acupuncture is more durable and stable.
Prolonged auricular acupuncture Prolonged auricular acupuncture  insertion of special tiny needles into the ear pavilion, which are left there for a certain period of time in order to prolong their therapeutic action.
Thermopuncture (zhu fa) In case of chronic, continuous course of the disease, it is indicated to includethermopuncture(moxibustion / cautery) into the complex of reflexotherapy methods of treatment. Sources of heat with possibility of limited as for area of its thermal action of distant and contact types are used for thermopuncture. An example of distant thermopuncture is wormwood cigarette moxibustion, one of most convenient types of thermopuncture.
Autohemopuncture Autohemopuncture : injections of own native or modified blood into acupuncture points.
Injections of placenta extract Placenta extract is used both, in clinical practice for correction of immune system disorders, stimulation of blood formation processes and treatment of numerous severe chronic diseases, and in medical cosmetology.
Placenta contains more than 100 components, which are essential for cell vital activity: lipids, amino acids, nucleic acids, enzymes, vitamins, microelements, and growth factors.
PRP-therapy PRP-puncture PRP-therapy : injections of platelet-rich plasma, obtained from patient’s own blood. When we introduce PRP into the “problem area” (for example, into the injured knee), we so to speak “attract” all restorative powers of the organism to it, and increased due to special treatment number of platelets enhances this effect 5-10-folds. Research show that use of PRP allows shortening the time for restoration of recent traumas by 50 per cent and more. At the same time, the procedure is completely safe, as patient’s own blood is used, which excludes the possibility of allergic reactions development.

In addition, at our Centre we employ PRP-puncture; it is a unique method, which is our original development. Its essence is combination of innovative technology of PRP-therapy with traditional Chinese teaching about acupuncture points: PRP-injections are carried out into respective points on meridians.

Homeosinatry (Homeopuncture) A method of homeosinatry, although being close as for its essence to the method of biopuncture, excludes any use of medications except for homeopathic ones, and is based on human “acupuncture map”, which has been known since ancient China.
Homeosinatry method allows combination of ancient knowledge about biologically active points and modern knowledge of homotoxicology (branch of homeopathy).
Phytotherapy Phytotherapy (arch. herbalism) is a method of treatment of various human diseases based on use of medicinal plants and complex medicines obtained from them. Methods of plant processing for production of phytopreparations are focused not in extraction of the active substance, but in maintaining the whole complex of active substances of the plant under conditions most close to their natural ones.
Manual therapy Manual therapy:  methods of treatment and diagnosis, which lie in the action of therapist’s hands in patient’s organism. These methods are mainly aimed at treatment of diseases of locomotor system and internal organs.
Hirudotherapy Hirudopuncture Hirudotherapy treatment of various human diseases using medicinal leech (Hirudo medicinalis). Hirudopuncture : application of leeches on acupuncture points.
Therapeutic corporeal acupressure  (an mu) Therapeutic corporeal acupressurebody massage along acupuncture points.
Vacuum-therapy (ba huo guang) Vacuum-therapy ba huo guang (cupping massage) is a therapeutic procedure based on active influence on human body with vacuum, which is created in a special massage cup. A particular benefit of the cupping massage is in the fact that in the places of cup что в местах sticking to the body, there is increased blood and lymph circulation in tissues, skin and organs, which results in active tissue nutrition.
Massage (gua sha) Massage (gua sha) ) is the most ancient type of Chinese massage, in the process of which certain therapeutic zones – points, where energy channels come on the surface of human skin – are treated with aspecial stone or a shell.
Traditional Chinese foot massage (zu ti) Miraculous properties of the  Chinese foot massage  are based on the principles of reflexotherapy. They have been improved for several thousand years by adherers and practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine.

According to these principles, more than 60 points are located on the human foot, and each of them refers to a particular organ or a part of the organism. In other words, condition of our feet is kind of a mirror that reflects the condition of our internal organs. Stimulation of reflectory points via their pressing allows achieving the effect of relaxation, relieve distress, and even help the organism to fight illnesses and withstand diseases.

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