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Discussion in '中医推拿' started by admin, Aug 9, 2009.

  1. admin

    admin Administrator Staff Member

    Aug 8, 2009
      推拿是医生用双手在病人身体上施加不同的力量、技巧和功力刺激某些特定的部位来达到恢复或改善人体的生机、促使病情康复的一种方法。它是“以人疗人â€￾的方法,属于现在所崇尚的自然疗法的一种。由于它的方法简便无副作用,治疗效果良好,所以几千年来在我国不断的得到发展,充实和提高。尤其是近四十年来,由于西医学习中医,开办中医学院,对中医事业的发展和提高起到了巨大作用。近年来,一些科研机构又对推拿机理开始进行研究,取得了初步成绩,这对推拿又是一个很大的促进。   现在,世界上很多国家都有人重视我国这一传统疗法,据了解有美国、英国、意大利、法国、德国、朝鲜、日本、菲律宾、新加波、泰国、马来西亚、印度、瑞典、西班牙、越南、阿根廷等国家来我国学习。还有一些聘我国专家出国开办学习班。这说明中国的推拿行手法治疗疾病已受到世界的重视。
  2. Beijingcoby

    Beijingcoby Member

    Apr 17, 2013
    TUI NA is chinese massage
  3. Peebles Carol

    Peebles Carol Newbie

    Jul 7, 2013
    Tuina (Tui Na) is an Oriental Bodywork Therapy that has been used in China for 2,000 years. Tuina (Tui Na) uses the traditional Chinese medical theory of the flow of Qi through the meridians as its basic therapeutic orientation. Through the application of massage and manipulation techniques Tuina (Tui Na) seeks to establish a more harmonious flow of Qi through the system of channels and collaterals, allowing the body the naturally heal itself. Tuina (Tui Na) methods include the use of hand techniques to massage the soft tissue (muscles and tendons) of the body, acupressure techniques to directly affect the flow of Qi , and manipulation techniques to realign the musculoskeletal and ligamentous relationships (bone-setting). External herbal poultices, compresses, liniments, and salves are also used to enhance the other therapeutic methods. Tuina (Tui Na) has a variety of different systems that emphasize particular aspects of these therapeutic principles. The main schools in China include the rolling method school which emphasizes soft tissue techniques and specializes in joint injuries and muscle sprains, the one finger pushing method school which emphasizes techniques for acupressure and the treatment of internal diseases, and Nei Gung method school which emphasizes the use of Nei Gong Qi energy generation exercises and specific massage methods for revitalizing depleted energy systems, and the bone setting method school which emphasizes manipulation methods to realign the musculoskeletal and ligamentous relationships and specializes in joint injuries and nerve pain.
    Length of Tui Na massage session?
    In a typical session, the client, wearing loose clothing and no shoes, lies on a table or floor mat. The practitioner examines the specific problems of the client and begins to apply a specific treatment protocol. The major focus of application is upon specific pain sites, acupressure points, energy meridians, and muscles and joints. Advanced Tuina (Tui Na) practitioners may also use Chinese herbs to facilitate quicker healing. Sessions last from 30 minutes to 1 hour. Depending on the specific problems of the client, they may return for additional treatments. The client usually feels relaxed but energized by the treatment.
    Benefits of Tui Na massage?
    Tuina (tui na) is well suited for the treatment of specific musculoskeletal disorders and chronic stress-related disorders of the digestive, respiratory and reproductive systems. Effective treatment protocols have been tested in a practical setting. Tuina (tui na) is not especially useful for those seeking a mild, sedating and relaxing massage since it tends to be more task focused than other types of bodywork. Contraindications include conditions involving fractures, phlebitis, infectious conditions, open wounds, and lesions.

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