Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) provides therapies that are safe and reliable which have been successfully used for thousands of years in China and across Asia, and are backed by a burgeoning body of scientific research. TCM approaches the human body as a whole entity and focuses on the overall condition of the patient rather than solely on the disease itself; the physical body, thoughts and emotions form a miraculously complex, interrelated system and any ailments or deficiencies should be explored at at a much more thorough level.
Herbal medication is typically prescribed to correct not just symptoms, but also underlying deficiencies and imbalances to restore balance for bodily functions and systems to work normally.
“Illness doesn’t just happen; illness has causes, so to resolve illness, find & resolve the causes.”
Here at Oriental Remedies Group, we offer Technology-Enhanced Therapies alongside Traditional Chinese Medicine therapies to ensure our patients benefit both from ancient medical practices and modern technologies to improve their wellness in a more efficient and holistic way. Alongside their medical knowledge and expertise, our expert team of physicians incorporates the use of non-invasive wellness devices, machines and technologies for a more comprehensive and customized experience for our patients. Our patients report faster and sustained improvements in their general well-being when we apply modern implementation on traditional methods.
A gentle and non-invasive therapy that helps to stimulate proper flow and drainage of the lymphatic system, simulating the effects of a lymphatic drainage massage or tuina without the pain and pressure.
At Oriental Remedies Group clinics, our physicians use all natural ingredients and incorporate our TCM expertise as well as Technology-Enhanced Therapies into our beauty series treatments. We aim to resolve our clients’ skin concerns and help them achieve better looking skin with the best ways possible.
Unlike other aesthetics or skin clinics, we make use of traditional TCM therapies such as acupressure massage and acupuncture in addition to the usage of