Dating back as far as 5000 years, traditional Chinese medicine is the oldest herbal healthcare option in the world. Adopting a completely holistic approach in order to regulate, nourish, and continue to cleanse and detox the system. This practice may assist in resolving diseases and the prevention of a number of illnesses. Hence, as a recognised approach towards eliminating symptoms, our clinic uses Chinese herbal medicine and acupuncture to promote wellbeing and to manage symptoms of infertility issues. In addition, widely popular in Melbourne, Chinese medicine is an ideal and natural alternative to Western medicine. (Source: Click Here)
Our Melbourne Chinese herbal medicine clinic in the heart of the CBD uses safe substances derived from nature to regulate the body’s internal processes and internal organs. Most traditional herbs are sourced from a range of plants including leaves, twigs, flowers, fruit, roots and stems. In some cases, minerals are used.
Either taken on their own or as a combination, Chinese herbs are traditionally simmered down in a ceramic pot until they turn into a liquid decoction. These days, however, herbal medicine is often taken in the form of pills, capsules, powder, granules, tinctures, ointments and plasters.
At our traditional Chinese medicine clinic in Melbourne, we use specific approaches to check the body’s yin and yang balance. By checking the pulse, the tongue and the abdomen, we’ll assess your health and determine the best approach to take.
If you are looking for a natural approach towards fertility’s issues, the traditional healthcare from our clinic could improve your chance of pregnancy. Women should combine approaches to assess reproductive health and fertility issues. This includes charting the basal body temperature (BBT), using ovulation kits, blood examinations and ultrasound investigations. (Source: Click Here)
Using Chinese herbal medicine with a wide range of acupuncture techniques could assist to manage symptoms of fertility issues such as miscarriages, endometriosis, urinary tract infections, low libido, and polycystic ovarian syndrome. Additionally, acupuncture may help to regulate painful symptoms related to PMS, menopause such as hot flushes, night sweat, poor sleep, and uterine fibroids. (Please refer to relevant pages for sources of scientific evidence).
Discover more about our range of acupuncture services and herbal medicine treatment options by contacting our team. Make an appointment at our Melbourne CBD clinic of Traditional Chinese Medicine by calling (03) 9820 8651, or email email@example.com and we will be happy to discuss your requirements and arrange a consultation.
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