La médecine chinoise est composée de cinq branches, ou bien cinq modalités de traitement. Chacune de ces modalités sont unies par la théorie de la médecine chinoise, qui repose sur le concept de libre circulation de l’énergie (Qi) dans le corps. Lorsque l’énergie ne circule plus librement, un blocage s’installe et il y a apparition de symptômes. Par différentes méthodes, le praticien cherche alors à rétablir une circulation fluide du Qi.




  /  Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a treatment modality unique to Chinese medicine. Well known and recognized in Quebec, it is the result of in-depth knowledge of energy physiology, namely the theory of meridians and its application. Using different methods of assessment and treatment, the acupuncturist facilitates the flow of energy (Qi) through the meridians and organs. The most important thing to consider in this approach is that it allows us to meet our sensations, to listen to the messages of our body.

Pacify our relationship with pain and discomfort in order to learn integrative, life-oriented lessons. Entering into a spirit of balance and prevention is our goal.

Following the assessment, we will provide you with a treatment plan. We recommend respecting an adequate frequency of treatment to achieve tangible results. The approach for chronic ailments is initially weekly. For acute and glaring problems, two meetings per week are sometimes required.

Muscle pain, back pain (lumbago, sciatica), torticolis, tendonitis, bursitis, carpal tunnel, fibromyalgia, Lenoir spine, head trauma, etc.

Depression, stress, anxiety and insomnia, migraines, fatigue

Digestive disorders, diarrhea, constipation, slow digestion, heartburn, liver disorders, inflammatory conditions, hemorrhoids, etc.

Female health, menstrual cycle disorders (PMS, irregularity, menstrual pain, etc.), endometriosis, menopausal disorders (hot flashes, insomnia, etc.), pregnancy-related disorders.

Seasonal allergies and chronic respiratory disorders, bronchitis, asthma, colds, sinusitis, rhinitis, laryngitis, weak immune system, etc.

Chilliness, heavy legs, retention and edema, hypotension, high blood pressure, etc.

Ear problems (ear infections, some cases of tinnitus, dizziness, labyrinthitis, others), eyes (red eyes, pain, blurred vision, others), nose (loss of smell, congestion, bleeding, others), mouth, etc.

Acne, hives, eczema, psoriasis, boils, dermatitis, etc.

Cancer; reduce the side effects of conventional treatment

Smoking cessation and addictions, facilitate weaning