Meridian therapy is a traditional Chinese medical practice that uses acupressure to restore your body to its optimal natural balance. The experienced integrative-health physicians at Today’s Integrative Health in Rockville, Maryland are trained in the powerful meridian-therapy technique, and they can relieve pain, anxiety, and other specific problems with this natural type of therapy. Schedule your visit to Today’s Integrative Health now using the online tool, or get in touch by phone.
Meridian therapy is a traditional Chinese medical practice that's based on restoring optimal energy flow throughout the 12 meridians in your body. Those meridians act as a kind of energy highway within your body. Your body's essential energy (called Qi, in Chinese medicine) must move through these meridians freely for you to enjoy optimal health.
If your meridians are blocked, it can cause an imbalance in your body and mind, and the results can include pain, lethargy, and overall feeling of being unwell, along with many other problems. Meridian therapy restores your energy flow using gentle and natural hands-on acupressure methods.
The meridians are:
All of the meridians directly correspond with an organ, other than the san jiao. The san jiao, although not a physical organ, is often called the "heat" organ in meridian therapy. While it doesn't generate heat, it aids in heat transfer between your organs.
Different problems connect to different meridians. For example, if you're having back pain, the doctor might perform therapy on your bladder meridian.
Meridian therapy can help with many different things, including:
Meridian therapy is helpful for many other conditions and concerns, as well. If your health problem isn't on the list above, talk to your doctor at Today's Integrative Health about whether meridian therapy could help with your specific issues and concerns.
Looking for a completely natural type of therapy that has a long history of success? Meridian therapy could be ideal for you. Use online booking to make your appointment now, or call the office to schedule soon.