Chinese Medicine

Traditional Chinese Medicine is based on the vital energy, also known as “QI”. Among the common methods, we have the pharmacopoeia, the acupuncture, the suction cups, the moxibustion and the tuina massages. TCM goal is to restore and harmonize the the QI traffic in the whole body. At your first consultation, the diagnosis is done by the pulse, the observation of your tongue and nails, the palpation of your stomach, not to mention the importance of your date of birth. Once the diagnosis is done, the treatment strategy is highly personalized depending on your actual state of health, your diet, your lifestyle but also your family situation, your communitarian statue and your environment.

Chinese Medicine
Consultation with a TCM specialist

Consultation with a TCM specialist

Whether it is for your first consultation in traditional Chinese medicine or for a simple Seasonal check-up, TMed works with qualified therapists.

Consultations can be done in person or online at your convenience.

TCM Consultation
Acupuncture

Acupuncture

Acupuncture can help with chronic pain, allergies, respiratory and digestive problems, skin disorders, hormonal problems, stress, anxiety, migraines, fatigue, depression, weight management and more. It can be used to treat existing conditions, to help preventing illness nor simply to increase your wellbeing.

Acupuncture
Facial acupuncture

Facial acupuncture

Facial acupuncture stimulate your facial muscles in order to regenerate your skin. It will take you only a few sessions to feel and see the lifting effects of this 100 % natural technique.

Facial acupuncture
Chinese pharmacopoeia

Chinese pharmacopoeia

The pharmacopoeia is the art of combining medicinal plants in order to offer you a natural treatment adapted as closely as possible to your needs.


Formulation methods and dosages comply with precise rules, proven and validated over centuries of use.

Pharmacopoeia
Tuina Massage

Tuina Massage

This massage technique is not generally used for pleasure and relaxation, but rather as a treatment to address specific patterns of disharmony. By applying pressure to meridians, acupoints, and groups of muscles and nerves, tuina removes blockages and works deeply with the positive energy of the body. It can be used to either encourage overall wellness, to treat or prevent specific conditions like lower back pain, or hasten recovery after an illness or accident.

Tuina
Moxibustion

Moxibustion

Moxibustion is a technique that involves the burning of mugwort, a small spongy herb, to facilitate healing. Treatment purpose is to strengthen the blood, stimulate the flow of Qi, and maintain general health. It is used on people who have a cold or stagnant condition.

Moxa
Vacuum cupping

Vacuum cupping

Cupping is much like the opposite of massage - rather than applying pressure to muscles, it uses gentle pressure to pull them upward.

Cupping
Abdominal Massage

Abdominal Massage

Specific therapy which focuses upon treating the internal organs of the liver, gallbladder, kidneys, heart, small and large intestines, lungs, stomach, spleen, pancreas and sexual organs.
The session will be as deep or as gentle as you wish and will stimulate the lymph, inner organs and digestive system, release stuck fascia that stagnates the organs and provide relief for many types of digestive issues. This therapy has particular benefits for women’s health and it is best done on an empty stomach.

Massage
Yu Yang face massage

Yu Yang face massage

Yu Yang technique is performed on the face, neck and trapezius. It helps to beautify the face and smooth the skin. This particular face massage is practiced with essential oils and allows the skin not only to become softer and tenderer, to delay or reduce the appearance of facial wrinkles, but also to release the personal emotional tensions, to refresh the energy, and to reach a natural beauty.

YuYang
Tuina Pediatric

Tuina Pediatric

Tuina for babies is a combination of massage, acupressure and other forms of body manipulation, meant to stimulate organ function and improve circulation.
Common illnesses like cold, cough, fever, vomiting, low appetite, diarrhea, constipation, abdominal pain and bedwetting can all be supported with simple Tuina techniques. Tuina can then be used to assist with recovery and as an adjunct to the conventional treatment plan.

Tuina
Qi gong

Qi gong

Qigong or "mastery of vital energy" is a meditation in the form of gentle gymnastics which combines slow movements, breathing exercises and concentration.

Qigong
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