Médecine traditionnelle chinoise
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According to WHO (World Health Organization) traditional medicine is the sum total of knowledge, skills and practices based on the theories, beliefs and experiences indigenous to different cultures. These are used to keep people healthy and to prevent, diagnose, treat and cure mental and physical illnesses.

Chinese medicine uses acupuncture for this purpose which is to intervene on specific points of the body to regulate the functions of internal organs, meridians, qi, blood and body fluids to prevent or treat disease.

This approach is as holistic as the human body. In addition to acupuncture, it uses moxibustion (mugwort treatments) and other tools such as Tui Na (Chinese massage and osteopathy), advice on food hygiene, pharmacopoeia, Chi Nei Tsang (treatment of internal organs) , Qi gong (Chinese gymnastics)...

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a medicine in itself. It is a good addition to general medicine and vice versa.

Acupuncture Medical discipline that involves piercing certain points of the body, located along the meridians with acupuncture needles.
It helps to prevent or treat dis-ease in the body. Its purpose is first to regulate the functions of Qi (energy) and organs (Zang Fu).

Tui Na Set of Chinese massage techniques applied to the paths of the meridians, the acupuncture points are followed by joint mobilization techniques.

Chi Nei Tsang Massage internal organs practiced for thousands of years by the Chinese Taoists. This method is used to generate energy (QI) blocked. CNT works in four main areas:

Detoxify
• restructure and strengthen
• digest emotions
• develop self-awareness.

Moxibustion Technique using heat with incandescent sagebush to heat certain meridians and acupoints to expel and tone Ying & Yang.

Suckers Treatment with suction cups applied to the skin by producing an artificial scarcity of air to obliterate congestive or inflammatory conditions.

Pharmacopoe ia advice Chinese medicine dates back to ancient times. It lists a large number of natural plants. The preparation of each natural remedy and its association with other natural remedies are designed to enhance the therapeutic action

Nordine BELKOLLI

Acupuncteur
Massothérapie et
Ostéopathie chinoises

Cabinet
consultation
sur rendez-vous
Centre Médical
Les Cardelines
75 Av. Grande Begude
13770 Venelles
06 70 59 87 50

à domicile

dans un rayon de 30 km autour de Lourmarin
06 70 59 87 50

caducée


Adhérent
au syndicat indépendant des acupuncteurs traditionnels
et des thérapeutes
en énergétique chinoise (Siattec)
Diplômé
de l'I.M.T.C. de Paris
promotion 1996
et de l'université
de médecine traditionnelle chinoise de Shanghaï
Titre d'état d'hydrothérapeute spécialisé
dans la remise en forme par le toucher-massage