Common warts effect thousands of people. They can be unsightly, painful, and very difficult to clear.
What can TCM and Acupuncture do?
Diet and Warts
Consultation and Treatment
On your first visit a detailed assessment is carried out. This includes, chinese tongue pulse and facial diagnoses, past and current medical history, nutrition diet and lifestyle assessment.
Depending on the diagnoses, a treatment plan will then be advised for you. This may involve acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, nutrition diet and lifestyle changes
Where deficiencies have been found, diet changes and in some cases nutritional supplements will be recommended. Specific nutritional supplements can also be used to improve the immune system, treat stress, balance ph and intestinal flora (good bacteria). All nutrition recommended will be fully licensed.
Diet and lifestyle
Where needed, simple lifestyle changes that can make a big difference to your health will be advised. Particular attention will be given to increasing intake of foods that heal and decreasing intake of foods that harm. Regular exercise, depending on your health, and adequate water and sleep. Stress management and food allergy testing may also be advised.
Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs
Acupuncture can be used to diagnose and treat most conditions. It is the largest drug free health care system in the world, and can be used in conjunction with western medicine. It can restore balance between yin and yang, smooth flow of Qi/energy, and harmony between the organs. It has yielded good results in the treatment of common warts.
Chinese herbs have been used for hundreds of years. Specific herbal formula's can be used to successfully treat most conditions. Depending on the diagnosis, specific herbs may be recommended to treat the warts. Any Chinese herbs that are recommended will be fully licensed