An alternative to pain management

HELP AT HAND: Traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture and fire cupping (pictured) can be used to help relieve pain of most places in the body.
HELP AT HAND: Traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture and fire cupping (pictured) can be used to help relieve pain of most places in the body.

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According the research, around one fifth of Australians lives with different type of pain include adolescents and children.

The pain is not only physical, but also psychological. 

As the result of some unpredictable reasons, such as unknown cause and unexplained symptoms of pain or ineffective treatments, this type of pain may remain.

Moreover, this pain normally lasts more than three months, which is known as chronic pain. Usually, the western methodology of the pain management is to kill the pain directly, which is based on drug therapy.

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However, recently, it has been realised that the treatment of acupuncture and Chinese herbs that is based on the Meridian and Zangfu theory, can bring relief and outstanding results for a broad range of illness.

Celia Xie, a doctor of Diamond Bridge Clinic in Mermaid, has more than 30-years experience as a senior acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist, which includes 12-years experience in hospital.

Celia and other five practitioners use traditional Chinese medicine and acupuncture to help relieve pain of most places in the body.

Celia says that Chinese medicine discovers and resolves the root of the ailment versus taking a palliative care approach and treating symptoms only. 

Diamond Bridge specialise in applying acupuncture and Chinese herbs, which can help improve the health condition of patients in order to help them enjoy life.