How Traditional Chinese Medicine is Multidimensional for treating pain

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has been successfully and scientifically proven to holistically treat many forms of pain or discomfort. Various causes of pain such as neurological, muscular, or rheumatic nature can all be treated with TCM. TCM and acupuncture are the typical modalities to treat pain, however, since every individual’s pain experience is significant to them so are the treatments.


At Huatuo Clinic our skilled practitioners may choose to combine different practices of Traditional Chinese Medicine to not only relieve pain but to also treat symptoms that also accompany the main complaint. Combinations of acupuncture, cupping, tui na massage, or moxibustion, and herbal formulas are a few examples of treatment strategies. Signs and symptoms such as insomnia, fatigue, stress, anxiety, digestive disorders, hormonal imbalance are often associated with pain and can be simultaneously treated with any of the above techniques.

Lead by the University of Calgary, we are providing free acupuncture support for Albertans over the age of 55 or under the age of 24 regarding Mental Wellness, Addiction Recovery, and Pain Management.


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