Chinese Medicine Treatments and Advice
ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENTS FOR TMJ
Trigger point dry needling can be used in the treatment of temporomandibular joint disorders (TMD) – tight jaw, tight neck, Bell’s Palsy or facial deviation. Dry needling has been proven to reduce muscle tension, promote healing, and increase range of motion.
At his Vancouver clinic, Dr. Olivier Barre demonstrates how TMJ can be treated through Chinese Medicine cupping therapy, which can alleviate tight jaw and neck due to stress.
Dr. Olivier Barre explains how Chinese Medicine can treat eczema and dermatitis by getting to the root of the problem. Treatments include acupuncture and herbs.
Traditional Chinese Medicine is used to treat excessive sweating in patients as a digestive issue. Acupuncture and Herbs are the primary treatment. Dr. Olivier Barre also examines a patient’s diet and the links to the digestive system.
Dr. Olivier Barre explains the two types of vertigo and how Chinese Medicine is used to find the route cause. Both Dizziness and Vertigo can be treated through a mixture of Acupuncture and Chinese herbs in short amount of time.