Acupuncture diagnosis

Acupuncture is part of Traditional Chinese Medicine, therefore, when going to an acupuncturist, we can expect a diagnosis typical of Chinese doctors, based on the doctor’s experience, in-depth interview and observation.

Diagnostics always start with a careful examination of the patient. Chinese medicine is based on the belief that everything in the body connects and influences each other, in short, it treats the human body holistically. Therefore, the doctor will pay attention to posture, way of moving, facial expressions, and ask about diet and eating habits. It is important to examine the so-called windows of the body, i.e. the nose, mouth, lips, ears and eyeballs. According to Chinese medicine, thanks to them, you can look deep into the body and find out its condition. Thanks to a very careful examination of these parts of the body, the doctor can find out the condition of the most important internal organs. For example, the condition of the tongue may show 9 undesirable deviations from normal health.

The doctor will then smell and hear the patient. In this case, he will pay attention to the manner of speaking, the volume of the voice and its clarity. The speaking strength may be related to the excess or deficiency of qi energy. An important aspect is to examine the breathing pattern, whether it is fluid, whether the patient has any difficulties or is coughing. Your doctor will judge your health based on your smell, especially your mouth and sweat.

An important element of Chinese diagnostics is thorough questioning of the patient about his living conditions, age, work, and the atmosphere at work and at home. The interview allows the doctor to establish the onset and course of the disease. While the questions may seem strange at times (e.g. how often do we wake up at night when we feel sleepy during the day), they should be answered as thoroughly as possible. People are very different from each other and something else can make them sick. Good diagnosis means choosing the perfect therapy for a specific patient.

It is also important to touch the skin, especially along the meridians and acupuncture points. When the energy flow is disturbed, it can be determined by touching the body along any length of the channel. During illness, acupuncture points become painful and often enlarged. The doctor can also check the heart rate (in three places: on the wrist, at the kuan point and at the cun point).

Of course, the doctor does not necessarily have to do all of the above. Often, an interview with a careful examination of the face or acupuncture points is enough. It all depends on the acupuncturist’s experience, disease and the individual characteristics of the patient.

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It is one of the most effective methods of Traditional Medicine in the fight against disease. In the hands of a good specialist – an effective, safe and painless method.


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Herbal medicine

Herbal medicine consists in the appropriate selection of medicinal herbs for specific diseases so that they do not interfere with the previously recommended therapy. That is why herbal medicine is a great complement to conventional medicine, which often reduces the side effects of drugs. TCM herbal medicine has been known for over 5,000 years, and the Chinese pharmacopoeia contains over 100,000 descriptions of various substances with their medicinal properties.

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Moksa is a combination of several dry herbs and its vapors are scientifically documented for healing properties. It is often called a miracle herb for the Japanese and Chinese. Moxa treatment involves burning a specially prepared cigar over the patient’s body and at specific points in order to achieve a specific treatment effect.

FAQ - Candling

It is a treatment of the ancient Hopi Indians. It is mainly aimed at relaxation and healing properties. It uses low pressure caused by the chimney effect of a burning candle to remove excess earwax from the ear. The essential oils contained in the candle cover have healing and anti-inflammatory properties. A frequent effect of candling, apart from safety, is the improvement of hearing and the reduction of the so-called tinnitus.


The ability to combine conventional medicine with traditional medicine for the benefit of the patient. Especially recommended in the so-called “hopeless cases” or in the preventive treatment of palliative medicine.

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