Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)


According to the Ministry of Health,

“Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) is a valuable accumulation of long-term experience in understanding life, maintaining health, and treating diseases based on the culture and practices of the Chinese people.

TCM is divided into several subfields based on treatment methods, including Chinese herbs, acupuncture and moxibustion, Chinese cupping therapy, and tuina.”

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)


Explore the benefits of TCM acupuncture and cupping therapies in the heart of chiropractic centres in SS2 PJ and KL.

Restored balance and harmony within the body

Relief from various ailments and discomforts

Enhanced overall well-being and vitality

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is Traditional Chinese Medicine Safe?
Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) is generally considered safe when administered by qualified practitioners. However, disclosing your medical history and any ongoing treatments is essential to ensure compatibility and safety.
How Does Traditional Chinese Medicine Differ from Western Medicine?
Traditional Chinese medicine takes a holistic approach to health, focusing on restoring balance and harmony within the body’s energy (Qi) and addressing underlying imbalances rather than just treating symptoms. It incorporates techniques such as acupuncture, herbal medicine, dietary therapy, and Tui Na (therapeutic massage).
What Conditions Can Traditional Chinese Medicine Treat?

Traditional Chinese medicine can address a wide range of acute and chronic conditions, including pain management, digestive disorders, respiratory issues, hormonal imbalances, emotional disturbances, and reproductive health concerns.

What Are the Different Treatment Modalities Used in Traditional Chinese Medicine?

Traditional Chinese medicine employs various treatment modalities, including acupuncture (insertion of fine needles at specific points), herbal medicine (use of medicinal herbs and formulas), dietary therapy (nutritional guidance based on the individual constitution), Tui Na (therapeutic massage), and Qi Gong (mind-body exercises).

How Many Sessions Will I Need?
The number of TCM sessions required varies depending on the individual’s condition, severity of symptoms, and response to treatment. Some patients may experience improvement after a few sessions, while others may require ongoing treatment for chronic conditions.
Are There Any Side Effects of Traditional Chinese Medicine?

Side effects of TCM are typically minimal and may include temporary reactions such as mild bruising from acupuncture, digestive upset from herbal medicine, or temporary exacerbation of symptoms as the body rebalances. These effects are usually short-lived.

Can Traditional Chinese Medicine Be Combined with Western Medicine?
Yes, traditional Chinese medicine can often be integrated with Western medicine, depending on the individual’s condition and preferences. It’s essential to inform all healthcare providers about concurrent treatments to ensure coordinated care.
How Long Will Each Traditional Chinese Medicine Session Last?

The duration of each TCM session in PJ & KL centres can vary depending on the specific treatment modality and the individual’s needs. Acupuncture sessions typically last 30 to 60 minutes, while herbal consultations may vary in length.

When Can I Expect to See Results?
Results from traditional Chinese medicine can vary depending on factors such as the nature of the condition, the individual’s constitution, and adherence to treatment recommendations. Some patients may experience improvement shortly after starting treatment, while others may require more time for noticeable changes.
What Qualifications and Experience Does the TCM Practitioner Have?
It’s crucial to choose a qualified traditional Chinese medicine practitioner with appropriate credentials and experience. Look for a licensed acupuncturist or herbalist who has completed accredited training programs and has a good understanding of TCM principles.

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