Traditional and East Asian Medicine
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and East Asian Medicine emphasize the subtle, or energetic body, yet also work on the body’s tangible and physical structures. Osteopathic philosophy developed significantly later in the West, and was removed from Asian cultural influence however, the two disciplines have unique similarities.
As an example, working with the “direction of ease" can inform the process of unwinding and releasing tissues toward greatest flow and movement. This is an exceptionally gentle method. As we balance structures, the functions of the vascular, neurological, endocrine and other systems will naturally come into a more optimal state. Structure and function have a reciprocal relationship. Hence, we use one to influence the other.Our Services