"Eastern Medicine in the Western Ward"

By: Ehud Udi Tal.

Some Research Links about TCM

March 8, 2018

Wellness and wellbeing. incooperating the very best of natural health. Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, an assortment of Massage therapies and NLP (NeuroLinguistic Programming to create true and lasting change.

Sometimes I am asked, "what made you want to practice Chinese Medicine in the first place?".  Well, In my early 20's I was working in the trades as an automotive spray painter. At the time, I was also exploring  the ancient art of Meditation, more specificlly, Chakra M...

September 21, 2017

Lower back and Sciatic pain can be treated by several means. I found that using MET (Muscle Energy Techniques), refered pain can be treated quickly and effectively. MET is a technique that enables a complete assessment of the lower back. It is crucial to identify the s...

Menstrual pain can be a real drag.  Not only in the way that it feels, but also as it can take you out of action for several days at a time.  Even just to know that a sharp jabbing pain may strike at any time without warning.  Menstrual or premenstrual pain can manifes...

September 13, 2017

In my clinic, I have chosen to go for the granulated herb option as I find that there is much better compliance with this form of herbal preparation than with raw herbs. Raw herbs are powerful and very beautiful to interact with for both practitioner and client. For a...

September 12, 2017

Acupuncture, Physical Therapy (Tui Na) and Chinese Herbal medicines are all facets of Traditional Chinese Medicine. They provide fantastic results with sport injuries.  The fact that Chinese Medicine has been used to treat soft tissue, joint and bone injuries for over...

September 7, 2017

Often in clinic, as I explain meridian pathways to my clients, I may say, "I am going to use a few Liver points on your leg and Gall Bladder points on your opposite leg". Clearly this prompt the question, "what's wrong with my Liver". Well, to explain. Chinese Medicine...