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Traditional Chinese Medicine or TCM

About Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)

Despite the fact that this Eastern Medicine has been around for centuries, it is increasingly used successfully today. This is because with TCM one does not only treat the consequences, but also looks more at the prevention of the development of the disease. We use a number of treatment methods in our clinic.



Acupuncture has been gaining popularity and proven effectiveness for much longer. Even the World Health Organization (WHO) endorses its effectiveness in more than 40 conditions. With needles, precise spots on the body are stimulated, causing, among other things, endorphins to be released, which act as the body's own painkillers. Acupuncture can lead to a decrease in sighing and restlessness and is therefore regularly applied in our clinic in that capacity.


Tuina massage

Tuina's translation is; press, rub, push and grip. They are hand techniques that stimulate the meridians. This stimulation creates a relaxation in the body and removes, often painful, blockages.


Chinese herbs

Chinese herbs serve as additional support for acupuncture and Tuina massage. This makes them even more effective. Our specialist in TCM, Philip Moot, can tell you all about this during a personal conversation that he will have with every client with us.


Qi Gong

Qi Gong is a combination of movement with proper breathing. The aim is to stimulate the circulation of the blood and thus improve health. This is done by opening the meridians. Our Qi Gong teacher has been specially trained for this by the Chinese grandmaster Fei.




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