Can ‘Tuina Massage’ Help Me?

Tuina massage is effective at relieving a wide range of common health problems. It is a branch of Chinese medicine, which treats the underlying causes of pain and illness as well as the symptoms. Tuina massage can be very relaxing; it is particularly useful for stress related conditions. Like other forms of massage it can be used in a preventative manner, to encourage the movement of Qi (energy) and Blood. At our Worcester clinic it can also be used in combination with the other branches of traditional Chinese medicine such as Acupuncture and Exercise therapy.

Chinese ‘Tuina’ Massage is successfully used for a very wide range of conditions. Among the more commonly treated disorders are:

  • Muscular/skeletal Conditions:

Lower back pain, disc problems, neck and shoulder pain, sciatica, soft tissue injuries, sports injuries, sprains, RSI, frozen shoulder, tennis elbow, golfers elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, muscular and joint pain (including knee, ankle, foot), stiffness/restricted mobility and arthritis.

  • Gynecological/Menstrual Problems:

Painful periods, Pre-menstrual Syndrome, Irregular periods, Menopausal Syndrome, Fibroids, ovarian cysts, fertility issues.

  • Digestive Problems:

Constipation, IBS, bloating, abdominal, epigastric and flank pain, nausea.

  • Respiratory:

Asthma, cough, sinusitis, common cold, hay fever.

  • Neurological Disorders:

Headaches/migraine, dizziness, numbness, hemiplegia, MS.

  • Post stroke Symptoms:

Weakness, numbness, tingling and paralysis of the limbs.

  • General Low Immunity:

ME, post viral syndrome and general fatigue.

  • Mental/Emotional Disorders:

Anxiety, depression, insomnia, poor concentration.

  • Cardiovascular Disorders:

Hypertension (high blood pressure), palpitations, Raynaud’s syndrome and chest pain.

  • Children’s Diseases:

Poor digestion, colic, poor appetite, constipation, diarrhea, frequent coughs and colds. Asthma, Infantile Eczema, Enuresis (bed-wetting), poor sleep, teething related problems, fever, infantile convulsions.

Address: Kui De Tang Centre, Unit C1 Blockhouse Close, Worcester, WR1 2BU.