Traditional Chinese Medicine Symptoms Check
The Symptoms Check assists the main aim of Traditional Chinese Medicine in restoring the balance between the Spirit, Mind, Energy, and Physical body of a person.
Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Nutrition, Regular Exercise, and a Healthy Lifestyle will address the cause of any symptom, recognising that a symptom is simply a Messenger or warning sign of deeper problems to come if not cleared.
If you have any of the symptoms listed below, then please don’t hesitate to call or email me, and if you would like treatment, I will do my very best to help restore you to Optimum Health.
Contact Keith on 07931 510502 to discuss the many benefits that Traditional Chinese Medicine offers and to arrange an appointment for your first session.
Fear of the cold
Lower back feels cold
Lower back feels sore/aches
Low grade afternoon fever
Cheeks – Redness in the centre
Hair – Premature greying
Tinnitus – low-pitched droning
Bones – Poor development
Memory loss – long term
Overweight – hips and legs
Vision – blurred
Lump in the throat
Nails – withered/brittle/ridged/pale
Headaches – Migraines
Tinnitus – high-pitched ringing
Hot and bothered
Shortness of breath on exertion
Chest feels constricted
Pain in the heart region
Abdominal distension after eating
Uterine, stomach or anal prolapse
Head feels heavy
Stools – loose
Overweight around the midriff
Addictions of all kinds
Bruise – easy to
Bleed – Easy to
Tired after eating
Chest – stuffy
Cough – wet
acute (less than 3 weeks)
chronic (more than 3 weeks)
Swelling – oedema of the upper chest/face/ arms.
Throat – sore, dry, itchy
Nose – bleeding, dry, runny, stuffy
Phlegm – white, yellow, green, brown, black, blood-tinged, easy or difficult to expectorate
Stress and fatigue
Psychological issues, e.g. Depression, Bi-polar
If you’re suffering from any of the above symptoms, contact me immediately and we will work together to restore you to full health.
I have known Keith for more than 20 years, during which time he has treated me for various ailments. His knowledge of Chinese Medicine, both as an acupuncturist, and as a herbalist, is very extensive. I would highly recommend him.