Dr Lee imageDr. Lee is a traditional Chinese Medicine Doctor and Qi Gong Master who has been a favourite of our students for many years. We are now pleased to announce that she will be holding a regular clinic here at the Tang Long Chinese Culture Centre every Wednesday.

Treatments

Acupuncture
One of the most popular and successful complementary medicine therapies, acupuncture involves the insertion of very fine, sterilised needles into the skin to stimulate points along the channels to regulate the flow of energy, alleviate pain and initiate the healing process. The points chosen depend on the doctor’s diagnoses of the patient’s condition. The needles are generally left in place for 20-30 minutes while the patient rests. Only singly-used disposable needles are used and insertion is virtually painless. Some patients will experience the benefit of acupuncture treatment immediately; others, especially those suffering from chronic diseases, may need a longer course of treatment.

Chinese Herbs
Chinese herbs are an integral part of Traditional Chinese Medicine, which include flowers, leaf stalks, seeds and roots formulated in China. Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners prescribe combinations of herbs selection up to 15 from the 300, specifically suites to treat individual condition. The herbs are cooked and drunk as decoction (tea) or take in pill, tablet, capsule or oral liquid forms, to cure problems. Since all patients and conditions are different treatments can vary from few weeks to several months.

 Cupping
A jar is placed on the skin surface to relieve local congestion. It helps to improve blood circulation and to detoxify.

Gua Sha
Gua sha is one of the most effective and simplest ways to detoxify your body. It is a centuries old Chinese treatment that involves rubbing your entire body with oil then a piece of wood is expertly moved down your body, gently and effectively eliminating toxins, whilst at the same time easing the tension in your limbs. You depart fresh of mind and limb and the benefits can`be felt for days after as your body rids itself of the many toxins it accumulates. Regular Gua sha sessions maintain the detoxification process and make face and body skin soft and beauty . It is one of the best kept secrets of Chinese medicines and is one of the most popular treatments in China today. Try it and see for yourself!

Ear Candling
1. Remove earwax
2. Unblock ears
3. Improve tinnitus
4. Balance ear pressure
5. Enhance hearing sensation
6. Eliminates background noise

Cosmetic Acupuncture
Cosmetic Acupuncture or Acupuncture Facelift is an effective, non-surgical treatment to reduce the signs of aging and revitalize the whole body. It is based on the principle of Chinese medicine, which involves the insertion of very thin disposable needles into the acupuncture points on the face. This superficial insertion will increase the logical circulation to the face and stimulate collagen production, which will fill out the lines and give firmness to the skin for a glowing, radiant, younger looking complexion. It is much less costly, and a safer treatment compared with surgery. It is painless and has no negative side effects; there is no trauma inflicted on the body or nor recovery

Dr Lee Qi GongQi Gong is the father of Traditional Chinese Medicine, which is over 5000 years old.

Qi Gong literally means “Life Energy Cultivation”. It is a practice of aligning body, breath, and mind for health, meditation, and martial arts training. With roots in Chinese medicine, philosophy and martial arts, Qi Gong is traditionally viewed as a practice to cultivate and balance qi (chi) or what has been translated as “life energy”.

Qigong practice typically involves moving meditation, coordinating slow flowing movement, deep rhythmic breathing, and calm meditative state of mind. Qi Gong is now practiced throughout China and worldwide for recreation, exercise and relaxation, preventive medicine and self-healing,complementary and alternative medicine, meditation and self-cultivation, and training for martial arts.