Treatment of Chinese medicine-frequently answered questions

Hello Yael. Herniated disc pains can be very difficult and interfere with a healthy lifestyle.
Chinese medicine has a variety of tools to help in cases like herniated disc, including pain related to skeletal and joint problems. As part of the treatment, I first diagnose the source of the problem and use the existing medical materials such as x-rays and so on.
Then I feel the area, followed by a Tui Na massage warming up the surrounding areas as well as the affected area. The massage also soothes and balances (homeostasis) the body. When I feel that the patient is calm, I am ready to begin the acupuncture treatment.
The number of treatments is in accordance with the patient’s condition and the body’s reaction to treatments. In some cases an improvement will be felt after 2-3 treatments.
Treatment allows for relief in pain and return to routine.
I’m here for any other questions you may have,
Jack

Allergies are a phenomenon that indicates the accumulation of heat within the body and needs to be diagnosed. The root cause needs to be found and an appropriate treatement done. It can be from the wrong diet (eg excessive spicy food or excessive sweet food), it can be hormonal, it can be stress or stress related.
Treatment as always begins with diagnosis and locating the root of the problem. Then acupuncture and recommendations for nutrition can greatly improve the condition, balance the body, and eliminate the allergy.
What you’re describing about your mother is a problem which re-ocurrs due to the root cause not being diagnosed and treated The treatment of Chinese medicine greatly stabilizes and improves, but it is advisable to maintain and repeat it at least once every two months for maintenance so that the situation does not repeat itself.
I’m here for any other questions you may have,
Jack

First of all, it is possible to significantly relieve migraines through Chinese medicine.
Migraines are a phenomenon that can occur for various reasons: sleep deprivation, hormonal problems, improper eating, drinking alcohol, drugs like pills, and more. Stress can greatly affect migraines, insufficient oxygen in the body, and as a result, results in a migraine.
Chinese medicine returns the balance and oxygen to the body. My past treatments have been very successful in treating migraines, most people attest to a significant improvement to the disappearance of the problem. Of course, the patient has a part in it, sometimes it takes a combination of proper nutrition and a more balanced lifestyle.
I’m here for any other questions you may have,
Jack

Acne is a phenomenon that occurs especially in adolescence with varying intensity from one to another. As you describe, it sounds like your daughter is suffering greatly from the acne and it is advisable to help her as quickly as possible.
Acne is strongly influenced by a hormonal imbalance (so in adolescence the phenomenon is well known) and may also influenced by nutrition and lifestyle.
Acupuncture can alleviate hormonal imbalance. Sometimes in serious situations, I recommend that you combine conventional treatment with acupuncture. I also recommend a diet with as little sweets as possible for example chocolate.
Acupuncture will help to flow the good energy and flow (Qi) and prevent the formation of new acne.
You are welcome to contact me for further details.
Good luck
Jack

Hello Rami, the phenomenon you describe is known among theHigh Tech community and computer users in general. The incorrect use of a mouse and the position of our arm and hand may produce inflammation in the area.
So what do we do? There is a simple treatment of acupuncture and Tui Na massage I’m diagnosing where the problem comes from – sometimes the elbow is just the result and the root of the problem elsewhere (for example, in the neck). There can be a blockage from the neck whose result is a problem with the elbow. As soon as I establish the root of the problem and begin treatment, the pain starts to be dramatically reduced. I have extensive experience in this area and I would love to help.
Thank you
Jack.

Hello Gal, first of all I understand you as a sports person, the thing you want most is to go back to play and practice (also I’m an athlete)… In connection with your question, lower back pain is a common phenomenon among athletes but not only limited to them. You have to identify the source of the pain if it is from the lower back, leg, or a different area of the body even the neck can impact the lower back. Acupuncture and massage as a treatment is considered very effective in these cases and the results are relatively fast. I invite you to talk to me and receive a diagnosis and treatment.
Good luck
Jack.

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