Neida Fedison Oriental and Functional Medicine
Oriental and Functional Medicine.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has been known for about 5,000 years. It is the oldest medicine in the world. An Oriental Medicine Doctor has been trained in the principles of western medicine including anatomy and physiology, pathology, pharmacology, orthopedic assessment and so on, and in all the techniques that integrated the TCM Acupuncture, Tui Na, Cupping, Moxibustion, Chinese Herbs, and Nutrition.
Functional Medicine works to identify and understand root causes of a disease. It is a personalized, systems-orientated healthcare model.
How this works
Everything is made of energy.This is a fact. Scientist such as Albert Einstein and many more before and after him have given faith of it.
In Oriental and Functional medicine we see the body as a whole unit, where every single part of it interacts and communicates with each other. This connection occurs through channels. Energy flows in them, but sometimes due to different internal and external factors the flow can be blocked, or the energy can be consumed creating imbalance. As a result a chain reaction is generated. The person presents symptoms that can be acute or mild, can be sudden and even become chronic. Sometimes they can not be explained effectively when treated by modern medicine.
Acupuncture points are windows of connection to our inner energy. The Acupuncturist can locate the obstructions of energy flow and release them, nourish the body, clear the systems, and balance the body. When the balance is reestablished the whole body returns to the natural condition.
Tired of taking drugs for your ailments? Bothered by the side effects?
Oriental and Functional Medicines successfully address chronic ailments and manage pain. It has been endorse by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a very effective method to treat over a hundred different conditions.
Acupuncture is a safe, painless alternative for treating:
- Chronic pain (back, shoulder, knee, etc.).
- Migraines, fibromyalgia.
- Allergies, asthma and other respiratory problems.
- Gastrointestinal issues (IBS, Acid Reflux, etc.).
- Gynecological conditions: menopause, infertility and PMS.
- Depression, anxiety, insomnia and stress.
- ADD/ADHD, Autism spectrum
- Weight loss.
Children, youth, adults, and the elderly can be treated with Oriental Medicine. Each treatment is catered to the individual and his/her condition.
Give me a call today to find out how I can help you to bring your body to optimal health and wellness!