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The use of traditional Chinese medicine in pediatrics is a growing field. An increasing number of parents are concerned about the side effects and efficacy of Western medicine. Many of these parents are looking for an alternative for treatment as well as illness prevention. Chinese medicine is non-toxic and has no side effects. It is a widely recognized safe and effective substitute to conventional medicine. These ancient protocols work very quickly to bring children back to health in the gentlest way possible.




Traditional Chinese medicine includes acupuncture, herbs, nutritional counseling, cupping, Qi Gong, and Reiki. (For more information on these services, please go to our services page.) If there’s a concern regarding acupuncture, especially in infants and small children, it isn’t necessary to use needles -- acupressure is just as effective.




Common childhood illnesses and conditions treated with Chinese medicine are:

Colic, colds, ear infections, coughs, fevers, chills, bronchitis, pneumonia, chickenpox, diarrhea, constipation, vomiting, gas, kidney and urinary tract infections, tonsillitis, strep throat, speech impairments, environmental and food allergies, asthma, shortness of breath, eczema, rashes, psoriasis, hives, as well as mental and emotional health issues such as ADD, ADHD, autism, restlessness, violence, anger and rage, anxiety, phobias, timidity, self esteem issues, depression, poor concentration, bed-wetting and sleep problems.




Chinese medicine can help prevent and treat the adverse side effects after a child has taken certain medications.




And as we all know, kids are constantly falling and hurting themselves. Chinese medicine and acupuncture/acupressure help in both the recovery from as well as the prevention of injuries, sprains, strains, fractures and muscle aches.






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Tessa Harry Logan Ava Miriam