At Ping Ming Health, we care about all of your symptoms no matter how small or insignificant they may seem to be.
Please don’t be shy to discuss all of your symptoms when you consult with your practitioner.
Our practitioners are experienced in using Chinese medicine tongue and pulse diagnosis, together with a history of your signs and symptoms, to make sense of how your various symptoms may be interrelated.
One important difference of Chinese medicine is that we don’t simply treat symptoms, but try to diagnose the underlying patterns of disharmony (syndromes) that are causing them.
With this approach, when certain internal organ imbalances, emotions, recent or past injuries, as well as particular lifestyle, diet and environmental factors are resolved, many co-existing symptoms can be relieved together.
Many chronic, lingering and re-occurring symptoms can also be effectively solved when the underlying physical, emotional and lifestyle causes are identified and addressed.
The following are some of the most common symptoms we see in the clinic:
- Stress and Fatigue
- Muscle Aches and Pain
- Healing and Recovery from Injuries
- Headaches or Dizziness
- Poor Appetite, Bloating or Indigestion
- Constipation or Diarrhoea
- Emotional Imbalances
- Anxiety or Depression
- Period Pain or Irregular Periods
- Frequent Colds, Low Immunity
- Hay Fever or Asthma
- Chronic Cough
- Runny Nose, Blocked Nose or Phlegm
- Dry Skin, Acne, Eczema, Psoriasis
- Abnormal Sweating or Night Sweating
- Low Libido
- Poor Circulation
- Arthritis, Joint Swelling or Pain
- Incontinence or Urination Difficulties
- Fluid Retention or Swelling
- Weight Gain
Chinese medicine excels at identifying and correcting minor symptoms before they have the time and opportunity to develop into more serious health conditions.
If you feel that something is not quite right and are bothered by any of the above symptoms (especially for more than 3 months), why not come and see us for a preventative diagnosis and treatment with Chinese medicine?