What is Chinese Medicine?

What is Chinese Medicine

In Chinese Medicine, it's easier to maintain good health than to treat a disease.


Acupuncture consists of the gentle insertion of ultra-thin sterile disposable needles, as thin as a human hair into strategic points near the surface of the body. to promote the body's natural healing and balancing. The World Health Organization recognizes acupuncture for treating.

Conditions such as allergies, asthma, back pain, carpal tunnel, colds and flu, constipation, depression, gynecological conditions, headache, heart problems, infertility, insomnia, PMS, sciatica, sports injuries, tendonitis, and stress.


Chinese herbs have been used for centuries. There are over 13,000 medicinals are used in China. In our offices, we use easy and convenient standardized GMP certified formulas. GMP, Good Manufacturing Process means that the site and methods of production are subject to thorough quality control investigation by a qualified third party organization. This guarantees quality and safety of the herbs.

Frederik Jente has a Masters Degree in Chinese Herbal Medicine as well as Masters

Degree in Acupuncture.


Cupping is a technique using small glass cups, where a local suction is created on the skin. The cups are left in place while the patient relaxes, or gently moved along the lines of the meridians, following the channels of energy running through the body. Cupping opens these channels, providing a smoother and more free-flowing qi through the body, tissues, and organs and sedating the nervous system.

Cupping is one of the best deep-tissue therapies available, believed to affect tissues up to 4 inches deep from the external skin. Toxins are released, blockages cleared, and veins and arteries refreshed. Cupping provides relief from headaches, anxiety, fatigue, neck, shoulder, back pain, and sciatica, as well as respiratory conditions, clearing congestion from a cold, sinusitis, pneumonia, or asthma.

Generally, cupping is combined with acupuncture.


Moxibustion involves burning the herb mugwort near the skin at particular acupoints to strengthen and stimulate qi and bloodflow. It is safe and relaxing.


The traditional specialized Chinese Massage. In China, there are hospitals dedicated to only tui na.


Gua Sha involves rubbing the skin of the upper back, neck, and shoulders with a smooth ceramic stone to promote circulation. Like cupping, it stimulates the flow of blood and qi and releases heat. It is particularly helpful in conditions of pain or respiratory congestion.


Nutritional therapy is logical, sensible, and fascinating in Chinese Medical Theory, based on a person's constitution, symptoms, the pulse and tongue, the weather, and the season.

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