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Dr Yu has man­aged to get rid of my chronic shoul­der pain. A few years ago, I was load­ing a trailer with tim­ber and my shoul­der must have over strained to the point I couldn’t move my arm at all. The pain af­fected my sleep and my golf­ing was strug­gling in fact I had to stop. Now af­ter acupunc­ture with Dr Yu it feels brand new, it is ac­tu­ally bet­ter than my other shoul­der now! Even though I re­tired from my job a while ago, I still do a lot of man­ual labour as I run a farm, which was a strug­gle at the time be­cause my shoul­der was at its worst: even t he slight­est move­ment caused a lot of agony. For­tu­nately I found Dr Yu. Af­ter 3 ses­sions of acupunc­ture I was start­ing to feel a bit of a dif­fer­ence, but it still wasn’t right. Don’t get me wrong the pain wasn’t as in­tense and I was gain­ing a bit more move­ment but the flex­i­bil­ity in my shoul­der joint was still needed fur­ther im­prove­ment. Af­ter 10 ses­sions, it was a tremen­dous dif­fer­ence, al­most 100%. Even now a year later, I still have no bother in my shoul­der at all! I since re­turned to Dr Yu to not only main­tain the good work but also get my neck treated which he is work­ing on and I am con­fi­dent he will help.. Last Novem­ber I had an­other ac­ci­dent load­ing steel and fell off a trailer. The in­juries were far more se­ri­ous. I needed 8 stitches in my head and I frac­tured my spine. So, this is an­other prob­lem I need Dr Yu to look at. Thank­fully my shoul­der didn’t suf­fer this time and my neck is im­prov­ing. My gen­eral health has also im­proved, I am sleep­ing bet­ter, en­ergy is start­ing to re­build af­ter the 2nd ac­ci­dent and my blood pres­sure has re­duced lead­ing to the cut down of med­i­ca­tion. I am very happy with the re­sults and ser­vice I have re­ceived at the Tai Chi Well­ness Cen­tre and have rec­om­mended the treat­ment to many peo­ple and will con­tinue to do so. Mr James Sco­bie Bridge of Al­lan Dr Yu’s Note: Mr Sco­bie’s shoul­der prob­lem comes from an in­jury. To treat in­juries, Chi­nese Medicine has its unique ad­van­tage: holis­tic ap­proach, boost­ing our nat­u­ral self-heal­ing abil­ity, ef­fec­tive and ben­e­fi­cial for the whole body. The neck prob­lem is quite dif­fer­ent. It’s wear and tear: the soft tissue grad­u­ally gets thin­ner with ex­ces­sive use and nat­u­ral ag­ing. This how­ever can lead to in­flam­ma­tion, which causes tight­ness, pain and restricted move­ments. For wear and tear, again, Chi­nese medicine has ob­vi­ous ad­van­tage over con­ven­tional pain killers and anti-in­flam­ma­to­ries. The cup­ping, acupunc­ture and mas­sage can greatly boost the cir­cu­la­tion so that the in­flam­ma­tion can be cleared; our herbal reme­dies are in­di­vid­u­ally pre­scribed to boost the per­son’s self-heal­ing abil­ity so that the body can heal and stop pro­duc­ing in­flam­ma­tion. Ac­cord­ing to our feed­back, our treat­ments can nor­mally suc­cess­fully re­lieve the symp­toms caused by wear and tear for years and slow it as well. For wear and tear, long term main­te­nance is also es­sen­tial.

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