Our physicians will advise on a diet plan, but there is no strict diet to follow.
By needling the area of concern, Acupuncture stimulates cells to produce new collagen and elastin fibres to smoothen out wrinkles.
Yes, TCM can help! A common cause of water retention would be a weak spleen and/or poor digestion – treatments will vary based on the physician’s analysis.
Yes, TCM can treat insomnia and low-quality sleep. It is advisable to visit a physician soon. Ample good-quality sleep in very important in one’s health!
The inherited hyperhidrosis is an indication of lack of ‘Qi’, weak immune (lung) constitution or excessive ‘Fire’. Acupuncture, coupled with medication, can help to balance what is deficient or excess.
Shortness of breath is usually a manifestation of the weaker functioning of the lungs and the heart. TCM will be able to help your organs go back into equilibrium.
Acupuncture + Cupping or Tuina are usually administered, depending on your preference as well as advice from the physicians.
Yes, Acupuncture is very effective in improving eyesight and Myopia. Acupuncture can relax the eye muscles, improve blood circulation and strengthen the optic nerve.
Yes, TCM can treat sinus. Firstly, we will need to do a consultation to understand the body constitution and what causes the sinus. From there, we will recommend the most appropriate treatment. Typically, both acupuncture and medication are needed.
Every TCM treatment begins with a consultation with our physicians, who will diagnose your condition according to your medical history, pulse and tongue.
If you’re having acupuncture treatment, it will be advisable to wear loose clothing.