Disease


Traditional Chinese medicine is a whole system, which combines the philosophy of health, particular understanding of the disease, interrelation of all organs and systems via power flows. Chinese medicine views a human in inextricable connection with nature and the world around us, as well as the organism itself as an integral and undivided whole. Only harmony of all elements of this system provides health. And unlike traditionally employed European medical practices, which focus mainly on external signs of the disease, Chinese medicine analyses even the tiniest changes in the organism, which are not always noticed even by the patient himself/herself. Only targeting to deep causes of the illness it is possible to achieve the main result: restoring of harmony and health. In your fight for harmony of your organism and health we can provide help: in treatment of a wide range of diseases;;

The list of diseases that are successfully treated by the specialists of our Centre include pathologies of most physiological systems of the human organism. It should be noted that both, at the stage of diagnosis and during the process of subsequent therapy, we try to act wholistically, i.e. not only to fight the manifestation of the illness, but also to eliminate the underlying causes of its development. It is the reason why our therapy often involves several body systems at the same time, and in the result, the patient cures not only the annoying problem, but also harmonizes the state of organism as a whole. Unfortunately, many people who require our help are not fully acknowledged with possibilities of traditional Chinese medicine and underestimate many-sidedness of its use. So, below you can find a far from complete list of diseases, which can be efficiently cured by means of traditional Chinese medicine:

Neuroses, insomnia, depression Emotional instability, irritation/easy crying, performance decrement, insomnia, general weakness
Respiratory diseases (colds, runny nose, acute respiratory diseases, bronchitis) Increased body temperature, chills, tearing, myxorrhea, muscle ache, sneezing, cough
Bronchial asthma Choking fits, cough   Maxillary sinusitis, rhinitis, otitis Mucous/pus discharge from nose/ears; pain in the facial part of the head; pain in the ears
ГGastritis, gastroduodenal ulcer, colitis, constipation, diarrhea Pain/heaviness in the stomach region; heartburn, eructation, meteorism (flatulency); constipation, diarrhea
Cystitis, prostatitis, impotency Dysuria (urination disorder), pain in the region of prostatic gland (perineum), erectile dysfunction Infertility, chronic inflammatory diseases, abnormalities of menstruation cycle, pathological climacteric (menopause)
Allergy (all types), leucopenia     Depressed immunity (immunodeficiency disorders)
Pyoderma, psoriasis, eczema   Degenerative spine disease, spinal disc herniation, spondylosis, arthrosis, tennis-elbow   Varicose veins, hemorrhoids
Hypertensive disease, ischaemic heart disease, vegetative-vascular dystonia     Cerebral atherosclerosis, circulatory encephalopathy Headache, dizziness, decreased memory   Dysfunction of the thyroid gland Weakness, atony, decreased body temperature Brachycardia, heartbeats, increased body temperature, excitement

in rehabilitation – recovery after traumas and surgeries;;

When we speak about rehabilitation or effective restoration of vital activity, two postulates are important for traditional Chinese medicine:– it is better not to carry out surgical treatment, when conservative (medical) one is possible; – if surgical intervention (operation), postoperative period (rehabilitation) is not less important than the surgery itself. Methods of work employed at our Centre are fully conform the letter and intent of these postulates. We always try to help in restoration of our clients’ health via activation of protective and restorative abilities of the organism itself. Even when it is impossible to avoid surgical treatment, we pay maximum attention to the process of rehabilitation, since correct rehabilitation is a key to complete recovery and prevention of relapse development. Our specialization:

Trauma treatment (dislocations, sprains and tears of ligaments, muscle tears) and recovery after surgery on joints (shoulder joint, elbow joint, knee joint, ankle joint)
Spine trauma treatment
Rehabilitation after brain concussion and traumatic brain injuries
Rehabilitation during postoperative period (any surgeries)

in your fight with tobacco smoking.

Medical research indicate to a distinct relation of tobacco smoking with such diseases as lung cancer and pulmonary emphysema, cardiovascular system diseases, as well as other health problems. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), during the whole XX century tobacco smoking was the reason of premature death of 100 million people all over the world, and in the XXI century this number will increase to a billion. Tobacco smoking is one of most common and difficult-to-treat addictions. Prevalence of tobacco smoking is explained by the fact that until recent years there have been no social barriers for its spreading. And the difficulty of fighting this addiction is formation of double dependence on nicotine, a psychological and a physiological ones. At our Centre we have gained significant positive experience of helping our clients to get rid of tobacco smoking. Use of acupuncture has a therapeutic effect during the period of smoking cessation. Influence on biologically active points in combination with other means of traditional Chinese medicine, on the one hand, has the property of “replacing” organism’s demand in nicotine, and on the other – it minimizes accompanying negative manifestations, such as irritation, feeling of uneasiness and discomfort, removing toxins from the body. As craving for smoking cannot resolve immediately, prolonged maintenance therapy may be needed. For this purpose, we offer our clients prolonged auricular acupuncture (needle therapy into ear pavilion). This method has shown an excellent performance in fighting against tobacco smoking.
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