Look, listen, touch, and ask.

Chinese medicine has a different approach to patients' diagnoses than what you will typically find in a Western medical healthcare setting.
Looking, listening, touching, and asking these important components that make up the four pillars of the Chinese way of diagnosing Acupuncture.

The four pillars are also referred to as the four examinations. Each pillar provides information that adds up to a holistic view of the patient and any health issues that can be alleviated ― through Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine.

How does acupuncture work?

The Acupuncturist will insert needles into a person's body with the aim of balancing their blood flow and energy. 
  This, it is claimed, can help boost well-being and may cure some illnesses. 

Conditions it is used for include pain, Asthma, blood pressure problems, Skin issues and whooping cough, and many others.

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