Give Traditional Chinese Medicine a Chance

Did you know that Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has been used to treat a variety of illnesses and symptoms as far back as 5,000 years ago? TCM has successfully treated many conditions, such as nausea, vomiting, body pain, and skin disorders. TCM focuses on balancing qi, which is the energy flow in our body that is responsible for regulating our overall health. There may be too much, too little, or a blockage of qi in our bodies. When this flow is disrupted, our bodies cannot maintain full health and illness occurs.

At the Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine (SITCM), we offer one-on-one consultations and treatment plans in our clinic to address your spiritual, mental, physical and emotional concerns. SITCM has been serving the community and teaching students for over 30 years. Qi, as well as many other TCM concepts, are applied in our treatment plans by both registered and student practitioners. We offer acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine therapy, remedial massage, and much more to address your health needs.

Here is a list of just some of the health concerns we can address for you:

• Body pains such as headaches, migraines, back or neck pain, knee pain, and ankle or foot pain

• Arthritis

• Stress, anxiety, depression, and fatigue

• Skin problems and allergies

• Weight loss

• Gastrointestinal and digestive issues

• Support for cancer patients

• Women’s issues: Infertility, IVF support, PMS, endometriosis, pregnancy conditions, and more.

At the Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine, our TCM practitioners offer services for all ages. We will take the time to go over all of your health concerns during the initial consultation and present an ideal treatment plan for you. If you have never seen a TCM practitioner, or you want to book your next treatment plan appointment with SITCM, we encourage you to come see us.

Please visit our website today to book your appointment. Your optimal health is our number one goal!


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