Internal and External Medicine

Experience-based and evidence-based Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture and Clinical Aromatherapy has been shown to help support the body in the following conditions or life stages, Katherine works alongside and in agreement with your regular medical healthcare provider and with your regular medication. 


Please call for more information and a free consultation if you would like to discuss any of the following:


Colds and Coughs

Wheezing

Nosebleeds

Loss of voice

Sinusitis and Nasal Congestion

Rhinitis

Sore Throat

Lower back pain

Frequent, painful or cloudy urination

Impotence

Tinnitus and Hearing Deficiencies

Dizziness and Vertigo

Pain

Tremors

Post-Stroke Sequelae

Epilepsy

Spasms

Palpitations

Cardiovascular Support

 Insomnia

Sleeping too much- Somnolence

Forgetfulness

Anxiety

Abdominal bloating and discomfort

Acid Reflux

Constipation

Diarrhoea

Gingivitis

Excessive hunger

Indigestion

Mouth Ulcers

Rectal Prolapse

Tooth Abscess and Pain


Difference and Tendencies (Cultural and Philosophical) between East Asian and Chinese Medicine and Western Scientific Medicine

East Asian and Chinese Medicine will generally adopt a 'both-and' assumptive approach and has a widespread mind and body integrative approach and holistic thinking processes.

Western Scientific Medicine will in general adopt an 'either-or' approach and widespread adoption of dualistic mind or body approach and a reductionist and objective description and thinking.

Macpherson, Hammerschlag, Lewith and Schnyer (2007)





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